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Germany within Europe.

Germany was a nation-state in Europe. The capital city of Germany is Berlin.


In the 13th century, the Preservers transported a small cluster of villages from a plague zone in Germany to another planet. (TNG novel: Here There Be Dragons)

In the year 1900, the element of radon was discovered in Germany. (ST reference: Star Fleet Medical Reference Manual)

The German nation has played a major role in the history of Earth, for both good and ill. Between 1914 and 1918, Germany fought against a group of allied powers - consisting of Great Britain, France, and eventually the United States of America - in what became known as World War I. Following their eventual defeat in 1918, the Germans became shamed by their defeat, and that shame was one of the contributed to another world war in 1939. (TOS - My Brother's Keeper novel: Republic)

Germany was one of the main combatants on the Axis Powers side, with Italy and Japan, in Earth's Second World War. Germany was defeated by the allied powers. Following World War II, Germany was at the front lines of the Cold War. The country had been divided up into occupation zones, which were administered by each of the primary allied powers. France, Britain, and the United States combined their occupation zones in western Germany into a single proxy nation - which they called West Germany. The Soviets, which had become hostile towards the other former allies, set up another proxy nation which was called East Germany. In the early 1990s as communism collapsed across Europe the two halves of Germany were reunified into a single German nation, which was called the German Federal Republic.

In 1953, the New York City office of Incredible Tales of Scientific Wonder contained several "bizarre" souvenirs from Germany. (DS9 novelization: Far Beyond the Stars)

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Notable People

Over the centuries a number of influential people came from Germany;



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