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Do Prussians still remain in Poland?


Tacitus 1 | 422    
15 Apr 2018  #31
I dont think Kohl was the one who needed convincing here, but Genscher certainly played a positive role during the negotiations for German reunification, and in Germany's foreign policy in general.
Lyzko 17 | 4,558    
15 Apr 2018  #32
Perhaps, but Kohl relied naturally on Genscher's sagacity and foreign policy negotiating skills! If Genscher's gamble had failed, his "boss" would probably never have forgiven him! As you recall, when Reagan uttered his now famous sentence "Mr. Gorbatschow, tear down this wall!" - Herr Gorbatschow, reissen Sie diese Mauer ab!, he had little encouragement from his Secretary of State. The US was very cool concerning detente or reproachment politics with either Moscow or Berlin.
OP Lilliput    
3 May 2018  #33
Thanks everybody for your replies. Very interesting all that you said.




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