National Identity in Eastern Germany: Inner Unification or Continued Separation?


Unification represents a challenging process for many East Germans as former values and standards are subject to severe scrutiny. Staab analyzes the development from the divided to the unified Germany and asks to what extent East Germans have adopted a national identity in line with that of the West Germans.


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