Federal Germans (German: Bundesdeutsche) as a noun or Federal German (bundesdeutsch) as an adjective are terms to describe the citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany (also Federal citizens - Bundesbürger), until the reunification in 1990 in contrast to the citizens of the German Democratic Republic and East Berlin (Bürger der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik) or the Sarrois, the citizens of the Saar Protectorate.
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... Federal Germans (German Bundesdeutsche) as a noun or Federal German (bundesdeutsch) as an adjective are terms to describe the citizens of the Federal Republic of Germany (also Federal citizens - Bundesbürger ... The term can also be used to differentiate to other German speaking nationals (e ... Austrians, Belgians or Swiss Germans) ...
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“The Germans are always too late. They are late, like music, which is always the last of the arts to express a world condition,when that world condition is already in its final stages. They are abstract and mystical.”
—Thomas Mann (18751955)
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—William Howard Taft (18571930)