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Germany (Geographic Name)

Preferred form: Germany
Used for/see from:
  • Weimar Republic
  • Germanii͡a
  • Германия
  • BRD
  • FRN
  • Jirmānīya
  • جرمانيا
  • Nimechchyna
  • Gjermani
  • Federalʹna Respublika Nimechchyny
  • Veĭmarskai͡a Respublika
  • Ashkenaz
  • Germanyah
  • Bundesrepublik Deutschland
  • Federal Republic of Germany
  • Deutschland
  • Repoblika Federalin'i Alemana
  • República Federal de Alemania
  • Alemania
  • República de Alemania
  • Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh German Uls
  • Kholboony Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh German Uls
  • KhBNGU
  • German Uls
  • Germania
  • Republika Federal Alemmana
  • Deutsches Reich
  • Grossdeutsches Reich
  • Weimarer Republik
  • Vācijā

Non-Latin script references not evaluated.

Headings for Germany until the end of World War II are found under: Germany. Headings for the government of the Territory under Allied occupation which existed 1945-1955 are found under: Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955); Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : British Zone); Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : French Zone); Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : Russian Zone); Germany (Territory under Allied occupation, 1945-1955 : U.S. Zone). Headings for the Deutsche Demokratische Republik are found under: Germany (East). Headings for the Bundesrepublik Deutschland before 1991 are found under: Germany (West). Headings for the Bundesrepublik Deutschland after 1990 are found under: Germany.

SUBJECT USAGE: This heading is used for the region and country before or during World War II; the post-war zones of occupation collectively; East and West Germany collectively during the period 1949-1990; or the reunified Germany since 1990.

Handelsman, Y. Temurot be-hanhagat ḳehilot Yiśraʼel be-Ashkenaz ... 1980?: t.p. (Ashkenaz) added t.p. (Germany [in rom.])

Info. fr. D. Carrington, G & M, 10-12-90 (BGN has authorized "Germany" as the conventional short form and "Federal Republic of Germany" as the conventional long form for Germany effective Oct. 3, 1990)

BGN, 1-15-91 (Germany [brief], Federal Republic of [conventional]; Bundesrepublik Deutschland [Deutschland=brief]: pcli, 51°30ʹN, 10°30ʹE)

Ukraïna ĭ Nimechchyna--dvostoronni vidnosyny na pochatku 90-kh rokiv, 1994: t.p. (Nimechchyna) t.p. verso (Federalʹnoi͡u Respublikoi͡u Nimechchyny; FRN)

Chekhov i Germanii͡a, 1996: t.p. (Германия = Germanii͡a)

Hippocrene concise dictionary, English-Albanian, 1997: p. 926 (Gjermani)

Ny voaary, 2000: cover (Repoblika Federalin'i Alemana)

Conflicto y seguridad democrática en Colombia, 2004: t.p. (República Federal de Alemania) front flap (Alemania) p. 5 (República de Alemania)

Verträge und Abkommen zwischen der Bundesrepublik Deutschland und der Mongolei, 2005: t.p. (Bundesrepublik Deutschland, Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh German Uls [in Cyrillic])

BRD-DDR, 1990: t.p. (BRD)

Ḥākim, ʻAzīz. Jirmānīya, 2007: t.p. (جرمانيا = Jirmānīya; Germania)

Vikipedii͡a Mongolian website, Aug. 30, 2012 (Kholboony Bu̇gd Naĭramdakh German Uls; Bundesrepublik Deutschland)

Mongol Ulsyn ėru̇u̇giĭn baĭt͡saan shiĭtgėkh khuulʹ, 2010: verso t.p. (ХБНГУ = KhBNGU)

Do no harm analysis, 2009: t.p. (Republika Federal Alemmana)

LC manual auth. cd. (hdg.: Germany; formed 1871 by virtue of treaties between the North German confederation and the South German states, and by the acquisition (May 10, 1871) of Alsace-Lorraine; it embraced all the countries of the former German confederation, except Austria, Luxemburg, Limburg, and Liechtenstein)

German Wikipedia, viewed 6 Jan. 2015: article "Deutsches Reich" (Deutsches Reich is name of German national state, 1871-1945, as well as the legal designation for Germany until 1943, when the name Grossdeutsches Reich was introduced, but not officially proclaimed; also known as Weimarer Republik, 1919-1933)

Zālīte, E. Sila ziedi, 1958: title page (Vācijā ["Germany" in Latvian])