Regnery Pub., 1999 - 262 páginas
Despite American efforts to keep Germany weak following World War II, Helmut Kohl, the longest serving Chancellor in postwar Germany, has managed to make Germany a world power, to unite East and West Germany, and to become one of America's foremost advocate for freedom and democracy. Author Henrik Bering has conducted extensive first-hand interviews with Kohl and his closest associates to learn how he defied American wishes, yet became one of our closest allies.
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The man who reunited Germany and the first German chancellor voted out of office in this century, Helmut Kohl deserves a good biography. Sadly, Bering's fawning biography is not what is needed. The ... Leer comentario completo
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