German Reunification in 1990

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German Reunification in 1990

The division of Germany in post-war Europe was at the heart of the Cold War itself. Germany was divided, just as the European continent and a large part of the world, between a capitalist, free West and a communist, totalitarian East.

Why did German reunification happen at all? Was this inevitable? Or was it in many ways an unlikely event given East Germany's status in the eyes of the Soviets - particularly its role as the centerpiece in the Soviet satellite system paid for with lives of millions of Soviet citizens during WWII?

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