Designing a new stage for German power

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2000
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Wise, Michael Z.
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For nearly half a century, the Federal Republic of Germany studiously avoided creating grand government buildings. The self-consciously modest, modern West German capital that arose in Bonn after the demise of Nazi Berlin stood in pointed contrast to the overblown classicism favored by the Third Reich - an architectural declaration of "Never Again."
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