History of Germany

Germany was one of the founding countries of the European Union. They joined the E.U. during 1952. Germany used to be part of Prussia, and the Holy Roman Empire. After World War Two Germany was part of France, Great Britain, and Russia. Germany is bordered by France, Switzerland, Belgium, The Netherlands, Austria, Czech Republic, and Poland. It's near two seas, the North Sea, and the Baltic sea.

Flag of Germany

The colors of the flag play an important role in the history of Germany. The flag would be found on the midevil banner of the holy Roman emperor. The colors stand for a black eagle with red claws and beak on a golden field.


The capital of Germany is Berlin. Many tourists want to visit Berlin because it is very historic background. Many say it is "the heart of Germany". But others go there for the little expense life style. In Berlin you can life comfortably without having to pay much.


Hamburg is a major city in Germany. It holds much of Germany's population. It has many historic sights. Without a doubt it is a historic city.


Tourists come to Germany for many reasons. But many people come because of various attractions. For example, the Black Forest is a place where many tourists visit. They visit the Black Forest because it is famouse for originating the cuckoo clocks. People also visit Germany to go see the Bavarian mountain range, where they can camp, sight-see, hike, and more.


Germany has many physical features. Including forests, lakes, streams, rivers, and mountains. Some bigger than others, for example the Black Forest is a beautiful physical feature. Or Lake Constance, a wonderful place to be.


Germany's goverment is actually quite successful. Germany has a federal republic type of government. As of now the Germans use the euro. But prior to that they used the Deustsch Mark.

3 interesting facts.😄😄😄😄😄😄

  1. Germany is the most populous European city.
  2. 15 million people in Germany are non German decent.
  3. About a quarter of all American citizens claim at least partial German anncecory.