The German Predicament: Memory and Power in the New Europe

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INDEX
ABC News, 62, 64, 66
ABC/ Washington Post poll, 62, 64
Abraham, David, 31
Ackermann, Manfred, 191
Adenauer, Konrad, 8, 39, 99, 110, 215n25
Adorno, Theodor, 36
Afghanistan, 64, 147
Africa, 19, 86, 87, 139
Alexander von Humboldt Foundation, 188
Algeria, 19
Allensbach Institute, 28
Alsace Lorraine, 128
Alter, Jonathan, 72
Amnesia, 37
Andreotti, Giulio, 123
Anschluss, 50, 106-7
Antall, Jozsef, 119
Argentina, 17, 131-32
Armenia, 68
Asia Minor, 68
Asmus, Ronald D., 71
Associated Press, 61
Atlanticism, 55, 204
Augstein, Rudolf, 52, 53-54
Auschwitz, 1, 11, 23, 31, 37, 205-6; bonus, 206-7; and the Iraqi attack on Israel, 83; and public opinion surveys, 68-69, 72, 83; and voices of optimism and pessimism, 43, 49-51; and the Yugoslav crisis, 146, 148. see also Genocide; Holocaust
Austria, 6, 55, 76, 97, 104-8; culture of, 101-4; and Germany's economic power, 154-56, 161, 174-75; and Hungary, 117; and Prussia, 29
Austrian State Treaty of 1955, 106
Austro-Hungarian Empire, 199
AWACS, 138, 140
Axel Springer AG, 102
Baden-Wiirttemberg, 119
Baker, James, 133
Baltic states, 174
Bank of England, 163
Basic Law, 105, 141-42, 144, 173, 188
Battle of Boyne, 16
Battle of Kosovo-Polye, 16
Battle of Tannenberg, 109
Bavaria, 115, 119
Bayer, 94
Belgium, 139, 158-59, 165, 167-68, 170-71; and German unification, 76, 80, 91-93, 94; and Germany's economic power, 153, 155, 157
Benelux countries, 8, 51, 124, 153, 157
Benes, Edvard, 115
Berghahm, Volker, 29
Berlin: blockade of, 38; Wall, 32-35,61, 75, 91, 98, 133, 139
Bernhard, Thomas, 104
Bertelsmann, 102
Berthoud, Roger, 133-34
Big Five, 122

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