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** and Willy
** Willy Brandt becomes Chancellor of West Germany.
** Een beetje by Teddy Scholten ( music by Dick Schallies, text by Willy van Hemert ) wins the Eurovision Song Contest for the Netherlands.
** During his visit to the Polish capital, German Chancellor Willy Brandt goes down on his knees in front of a monument to the victims of the Warsaw Ghetto.
** Angus Scrimm ( as Rory Guy ) ( notes writer ) for Korngold: The Classic Erich Wolfgang Korngold conducted by Ulf Hoelscher / Willy Mattes
** Blood Brothers – Book, music ,/ lyrics by Willy Russell
** Shirley Valentine by Willy Russell
** The Nova Mob: Mr Bradly Mr Martin, < i > Sammy the Butcher, Green Tony, Izzy the Push, Willy the Rat / Uranian Willy, agent K9 ?</ i >
** SteamPunk Willy ( Deceased ), a former gunshark whose brain was encased in a total body prosthesis.
** Round of 32: Lost to Willy Blain of France ( 14-36 )
** Years of the Elephant, Willy Linthout ( Fanfare / Ponent Mon )
** Blood Brothers – Willy Russell
** Willy Corpus-Made in Bangkok-The Studio Theatre
** Members: Alice Ice, Power J, Willy Brown, Yooza Brown
** George C. Scott – Death of a Salesman as Willy Loman
** Philip Seymour Hoffman – Death of a Salesman as Willy Loman

** and Brandt
** Brandt 60 mm LR Gun-mortar
** The Cigarette Century by Allan M. Brandt
** Albertus Jonas Brandt, Dutch still-life painter ( born 1788 )

** and Chancellor
** David Lloyd George, 1st Earl Lloyd-George of Dwyfor, the Chancellor of the Exchequer
** Helmut Schmidt, Chancellor of Germany
** Bruno Kreisky, Chancellor of Austria ( d. 1990 )
** John Chancellor, American journalist ( b. 1927 )
** Gustav Stresemann, Chancellor of Germany, recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize ( b. 1878 )
** Werner Faymann, Chancellor of Austria
** Joseph Wirth, Chancellor of Germany ( b. 1876 )
** Franz Vranitzky, former Chancellor of Austria
** Kurt Georg Kiesinger is elected Chancellor of West Germany.
** Lord Irvine of Lairg, Lord Chancellor of England
** Helmut Kohl replaces Helmut Schmidt as Chancellor of Germany through a Constructive Vote of No Confidence.
** Gustav Stresemann is named Chancellor of Germany and founds a coalition government for the Weimar Republic, where hyperinflation means that more than 4, 600, 000 marks are now needed to buy a single American dollar.
** Nazi leader Adolf Hitler is appointed Chancellor of Germany by President of Germany Paul von Hindenburg.
** The Parliament of Austria is suspended because of a quibble over procedure ; Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss initiates authoritarian rule by decree ( see Austrofascism ).
** Austrian Chancellor Engelbert Dollfuss keeps members of the National Council from convening, starting the Austrofascist dictatorship.
** Wilhelm Cuno, Chancellor of Germany ( b. 1876 )
** Helmut Kohl, Chancellor of Germany
** Joseph Wirth, Chancellor of Germany ( d. 1956 )
** Kurt von Schleicher, Chancellor of Germany ( b. 1882 )
** Englebert Dolfuss, Chancellor of Austria ( assassinated ) ( b. 1892 )
** Heneage Finch, 1st Earl of Nottingham, Lord Chancellor of England ( d. 1682 )
** René Nicolas Charles Augustin de Maupeou, Chancellor of France ( d. 1792 )

** and Germany
** Kunst-und Ausstellungshalle der Bundesrepublik Deutschland ( Art and Exhibition Hall of the Federal Republic of Germany ) showing the Guggenheim Collection in 2006-2007
** Haus der Geschichte ( Museum of the History of the Federal Republic of Germany )
** Germany — voltage change 3 kV DC – 15 kV AC
** Canals of Germany
** Clavichord by Christian Kintzing, Neuwied, Germany, 1763
** Clavichord by John Christopher Jesse, Halberstadt, Germany, 1765
** Clavichord, Germany, 18th century
** Commodore ( Germany ) or Kommodore, in German naval forces
** Laacher see ( Germany )
** The Federal Diet ( In German: Deutscher Bundestag ), federal parliament of Germany
** Rosenmontag ( Germany )
** Saterland Frisian language, spoken in Lower Saxony, Germany
** North Frisian language, spoken in Schleswig-Holstein, Germany
** Ashkenazi Hebrew pronunciation used by Jews of Germany
** The Pferdestärke PS ( German translation of horsepower ) is a name for a group of similar power measurements used in Germany around the end of the 19th century, all of about one metric horsepower in size.
** Overy, Richard " Germany, ' Domestic Crisis " and the War in 1939 " pp. 97 – 128
** The most significant was based in Germany, which resulted in the Bonn Agreement ( Afghanistan ).
** Deutsche Mark, official currency of Germany from 1948 to 2001
** Max Planck Society, Germany.
** There were Occitan-speaking colonies in Württemberg ( Germany ) since the 18th century, the latter as a consequence of the Camisard war.
** In a 2011 episode of Misfits, an alternate reality where Germany won the Second World War, depicts Britain and the gang under the rule of the Nazi occupation force.
** 110. darmstadtium, Ds, named after Darmstadt, Germany, the city in which this work was performed ( 1994 ).
** During the First World War, Germany also had this submarine with a similar name:
** During the First World War, Germany also had these submarines with similar names:
** German Autumn: Employers Association President Hanns-Martin Schleyer is kidnapped in Cologne, West Germany.

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