Pain of Unification [Author] [Institution] Unique growth opportunities result from unifying separate nations. However intricate hitches arise. The distinction between German’s division history and the unification problems with the East and West are by far greater than the similarities. German people expected that their unification would lead to a positive influence but it turned out to be more of a burden. After Germany lost the Second World War it led to its division following four victorious not sure. Many from the East were advantaged up to this date since they were able to acquire jobs. On the other hand West Germany realized that unification was a detrimental economically. Works Cited Conradt D. P. & Langenbacher E. (2013). The German Polity. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. Pond E. (2010). Beyond the Wall: Germany's Road to Unification. Brookings Institution Press. Stares P. B. (Ed.). (2010). The new Germany and the modern Europe. Brookings Institution Press. [...]
Unifying separate countries offers varied unique opportunities for growth but also gives way to complex challenges. For this module, write a one page paper explaining why the unification of Germany into one country (combining East and West Germany) proved to be more of a burden to the German people than expected. Base comments on what you've learned so far in your lecture notes and other sources you find helpful. Cite sources in proper APA format.