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West Germany

From Longman Dictionary of Contemporary EnglishWest GermanyˌWest ˈGermany (also the Federal Republic of Germany)  a former country in western Europe, between France and East Germany, whose capital city was Bonn. In 1949 Germany was split into two countries: the western part became West Germany or the Federal Republic of Germany, and the eastern part became East Germany or the German Democratic Republic, a communist country. The two countries joined together again in 1990 to become Germany, after the fall of the Berlin Wall.West German noun, adjective
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