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Erhard

(German ˈeːrhart)
n
(Biography) Ludwig (ˈluːtvɪç). 1897–1977, German statesman: chief architect of the Wirtschaftswunder ("economic miracle") of West Germany's recovery after World War II; chancellor (1963–66)
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