The Reunification of Germany

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THE UNIFICATION TREATY AND ABOLITION OF THE GDR

  • Signed by both the GDR and the FRG on 31 August 1990
  • When both sides of Germany were reuinted the whole would be referred to as the FRG
  • This treaty 'regained' German control, as the Allied powers agreed to give up control, and all rights to place troops in Berlin
    • No foreign forces or nuclear weapons would be placed in Germany, for their use or anyone else's
  • The FRG agreed to limit the size of its army to 370,000 men
  • The FRG signed agreements with with Poland and Czech., agreeing to end any

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