gdr ; est rule ; '45-'49 + division ; formation gdr

meeting in moscow following frg creation when made arrangements for german state in soviet zone?
aug '49
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much of state's fundamental economic/ social structures already been shaped with what?
extensive measure placed after wwii
2 of 18
who already had dominant political influence?
sed
3 of 18
what had happened to industry?
nationalised
4 of 18
and far-reaching reform of what had been carried out?
agricultural land
5 of 18
when was gdr formally set up?
oct '49
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who became first secretary of sed's most senior policy making committee?
ulbricht
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what was this senior policy making committee called?
politburo (oh, how ******* hilarious)
8 of 18
his position was what in gdr gov?
most powerful
9 of 18
only which 3 places would enter diplomatic relations w/ gdr when started?
ebloc / ussr / north korea
10 of 18
but did have prestige of having gov where?
berlin
11 of 18
many western states refused to acknowledge the gdr's existence until when
'70s
12 of 18
and often referred to in frg as?
'the zone'
13 of 18
even how long after setting up 2 separate states was stalin suggesting reunited germany?
3yrs
14 of 18
when did stalin write the 'note'?
april '52
15 of 18
to western powers suggesting what?
reunification
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what did western powers do with this 'note'?
dismiss
17 of 18
and within 1 month gdr announced it woudl being to do what?
develop own armed forces
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