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Konrad Adenauer

1st post-war Chancellor of Germany from 1949 to 1963 who forged close relations with older enemies France and america. He worked well hard to re-establish Western German’s put on the globe stage in the aftermath of Globe Battle II. Using his Catholic ties, he became Vice-Mayor of Cologne in 1909. For most of his attempts as Western Germany’s innovator he was called Time magazine’s Guy of the entire year in 1953. His parents had been Johann Konrad and Helene Adenauer. He was created in Cologne, Germany’s fourth-largest town, while technology genius Albert Einstein was created in the Kingdom of Wurttemberg, Germany.

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