Wilhelmstrasse


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Wilhelmstrasse

(German ˈvɪlhɛlmʃtraːsə)
n
1. (Placename) a street in the centre of Berlin, where the German foreign office and other government buildings were situated until 1945
2. (Historical Terms) Germany's ministry of foreign affairs until 1945
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Rather it was Hans Arthur von Kemnitz, who directed the Wilhelmstrasse's East Asian division and who focused upon forging an aggressive alliance with Japan; Mexico would merely serve as a bridge to this liaison.
Considering Africa was not created by Africans nor for Africans, driven by the Principle of Effectivity (establishment of authority), decisions made at Otto von Bismarck's official residence in Wilhelmstrasse, Berlin, have shaped Africa's international relations and likely in future, unless a separate future is determined by a strong African leadership and a well-informed population.
Driven by the Principle of Effectivity (establishment of authority) decisions made at Bismarck's official residence in Wilhelmstrasse, Berlin, have shaped Africa's international relations so far and likely in the future, unless a separate future is determined by a strong African leadership and a well-informed population.
But the guided tours now stopping in the Wilhelmstrasse car park show Germany is finally coming to terms with its dark history, and shaking off the shame.
In Germany, the Suermondt-Ludwig Museum in Aachen--only a half-hour drive from Maastricht--mounts 'Collector's Happiness: 100 Masterpieces of the Marks-Thomee-Collection', from 12 March-21 June (Wilhelmstrasse 18; +49 (0)241 47980).
Schumacher (Wilhelmstrasse 62, Berlin) [the head of the "film division" associated with the Foreign Office in Berlin], 28 January 1916, Brewing and Liquor Interests, 1441-1442.
Bratianu, he was the one thought by the diplomacy in Wilhelmstrasse, as being the one who could provide the necessary support to Carol I to perfect the agreement.
In 1949, the ''Wilhelmstrasse Trial'' in Nuremberg ended with 19 former Nazi Foreign Office officials sentenced by an American tribunal to prison terms ranging from four to 25 years.
(6) Department of Geosciences, Eberhard Karls Universitat Tubingen, Wilhelmstrasse 56, 72074 Tubingen, Germany.
His new home was to be Smuts Barracks on Wilhelmstrasse Street in the British Sector, where he joined 'B' Squadron of the 14th/20th Kings Hussars.
He had a virtual army of reporters and government-friendly newspaper editors in Germany who stood ready to open their pages to copy coming from the Wilhelmstrasse, usually in return for payments from the so-called "reptile" fund.