The Imperfect Union: Constitutional Structures of German Unification

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INDEX
abortion, 30, 84, 94, 154–65, 312, 357n.83, 378n.68; 1992 statute concerning, 158–59, 162, 386n.11, 390n.67; 1995 statute concerning, 390–91n.67
Academy of Sciences (GDR), 180–83, 399nn.95 and 98, 400n.111
Adenauer, Konrad, 13, 151, 437n.10; and European integration, 5, 248–49, 286, 301, 313, 431nn.2 and 3
Albrecht, Hans, 410n.52
Alexanderplatz demonstration (Berlin), 17, 41, 321nn.20 and 21, 334n.37, 412n.62
Alliance for Germany, 20, 41, 343n.5
Allied Control Council, 73, 250–51, 252, 432n.21, 435n.56, 446n.54
Allied Kommandatura, 255, 435n.56, 446n.54
Allied reserved rights, 249–54, 269, 275, 313
amnesty, 207, 213, 214–15
Atlee, Clement, 250
Baden-Württemberg, 78, 354n.34, 389n.36
Bahr, Egon, 14, 207
Bahro, Rudolf, 418n.18
Baker, James A., 263
Bartoszewski, Wladyslaw, 279
Basic Law (Grundgesetz), 5, 11, 29, 31–34, 44–46, 58, 61, 62, 65, 73, 76, 77, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 86, 89, 92, 96, 97–99, 106, 109, 147, 156, 177, 188, 190, 236, 253, 255, 270–71, 274, 276, 288–89, 312, 315, 326n.34, 330n.115, 337n.70, 339nn.20 and 21, 340nn.28 and 29, 342n.61, 355n.50, 357nn.83 and 90, 368n.62, 396n.65, 432n.16, 434n.43, 461n.65; amendment of, 54–55, 104–5, 112–23, 136–37, 157–58, 270, 290, 302–6, 307, 329n.85, 330n.92, 340n.31, 341n.54, 342n.60, 354n.40, 357nn.80, 84, and 87, 364n.3, 367n.60, 368n.66, 369n.87, 379n.78, 387n.25, 388n.26, 409n.43, 434n.46, 455n.47, 460n.45, 461nn.62 and 66; approval by Allies, 74, 251–52, 255; and civil service, 167, 169, 391nn.3 and 6; drafting of, 251; and European institutions, 262, 298, 302–10; and Oder-Neiße line, 258–59; and property questions, 129, 135–38; and retroactive punishment, 197, 203, 211–12; social state principle of, 26, 32, 45, 122, 136–38, 181, 227, 315, 379n.87; and unification, 11–12, 47– 55, 247–48, 319n.21, 340n.42, 416n.120, 457n.12; and use of troops outside NATO territory, 290–96, 456n.58
Basic Treaty (Grundvertrag)(1972), 13–14, 197, 352n.16
Bavaria, 68, 361n.150, 432n.16, 452n.61; and abortion issue, 155, 159, 386n.11
Becher, Johannes R., 318n.15
Beneš, Edvard, 282, 450n.42, 452n.62
Berghofer, Wolfgang, 78; and election fraud, 206, 210, 412nn.63 and 64
Berlin, 63, 73, 74, 133, 152, 177, 178, 208, 270, 272, 281, 378nn.64 and 67, 389n.36, 396–97n.69, 397nn.73 and 76, 406n.2, 435nn.56 and 60; blockade of, 11, 251, 317n.3; Constitution of: (1946), 94, 255; (1948), 94, 95, 435n.58; (1950), 94, 95, 255, 435n.58; (1990 amendments), 95; (1995 amendments), 96, 363n.194; Constitutional Court of, 95, 96–97, 363n.196, 410n.52; Constitutional Enquete Commission, 95– 96; Four-Power Treaty on (1971), 256, 435n.50, 446n.54; legal status of, 93–94, 252, 253–56, 378n.66; and proposed merger with Brandenburg, 74, 85, 105, 114, 371n.118; and review of GDR judges, 186– 87; as seat of government, 70, 106–8, 365nn.25, 26, and 29. See also East Berlin Constitution
Berlin-Bonn Law (1994), 365n.29
Berlin-Brandenburg Academy of Sciences, 400n.98
Berlin Declaration (1945), 12, 250, 446n.54
Berlin Wall, 13, 15, 126, 132, 256, 319n.23, 373n.15; opening of, 17, 206, 223; property adjacent to, 133–34, 422n.60; prosecutions for shootings at, 194, 196–205, 215, 217, 312, 409n.47
Biermann, Wolf, 237, 241–42, 427n.52
Birthler, Marianne, 224, 243
Bismarck, Otto von, 9, 10, 282
Bizonia, 251
Bodenreform. See Soviet Bodenreform
Bohley, Bärbel, 196, 238
Böhme, Ibrahim, 238
Bonn, 107, 365nn.25, 27, and 29
Bönninger, Karl, 78–79, 354n.38
Border Law (1982). See German Democratic Republic (GDR)

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