GDR International prestige

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  • Created on: 08-03-17 18:38
What impact did Berlin Wall have on GDR international recognition?
Isolationist
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How did GDR become more internationally renowned?
Helsinki Accord (1975), Basic Treaty (1972), 1969- Arab states recognised, UN 1973
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What restrictions did GDR have on becoming more internationally renowned?
Hallstein doctrine
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When was Ulbricht first visit?
1965- Egypt
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When did FRG chancellor first come to GDR?
1970- Chancellor greeted with good response from Crowd.
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What did government then do to make crowd less responsive?
Selected crowd
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When did GDR visits first western state?
1980
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What was positive response to this?
GDR forced to open up to other countries
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What sacrificed relationship with USSR?
Ulbricht- Brezhnev called for him to be sacked due to his view on Socialism.
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What changed in 1970s?
Honecker and Brezhnev close due to Cold War tightened on Ostpolitik.
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What was the relationship between Warsaw and COMECON?
WW2 strained relationships. Labour shortages- Poles in GDR. Bilateral treaties in 1967.
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How did this change in 1970s?
Visas introduced to travel to Hungary and ostpolitik made relations less important.
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