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In memory of the 1953 East German rebellion, West Germany established 17 June as a national holiday , called " Day of German Unity ". Upon German reunification in October 1990, it was moved to 3 October, the date of formal reunification. The extension of the boulevard Unter den Linden to the west of the Brandenburg Gate , called Charlottenburger Chaussee , was renamed Straße des 17. Juni (English: "17 June Street") following the 1953 rebellion. The event is commemorated in the following poem by Bertolt Brecht :

U-umlaut is more common in Old West Norse in both phonemic and allophonic positions, while it only occurs sparsely in post-runic Old East Norse and even in runic Old East Norse. Compare West Old Norse fǫður (accusative of faðir , 'father'), vǫrðr (guardian/caretaker), ǫrn (eagle), jǫrð ('earth', Modern Icelandic: jörð ), mjǫlk ('milk', Modern Icelandic: mjólk ) with Old Swedish faður , varðer , örn , jorð and Modern Swedish örn , jord , mjölk with the latter two demonstrating the u-umlaut found in Swedish. [15] [16]

Football is the most popular sport in Germany. The national team has won the FIFA World Cup 4 times ( 1954 , 1974 , 1990 and 2014 ), and appears in the finals a lot. The team also has had the most Euro titles than any other country. The top football league in Germany is Bundesliga . Also, the German Football Association ( Deutscher Fußball-Bund ) is the largest in the world. Some of the world's best Footballers came from Germany. These would include Miroslav Klose , Oliver Kahn , Gerd Müller , Michael Ballack , Bastian Schweinsteiger , Franz Beckenbauer , and so on. Plus, many tournaments have taken place in Germany. The most recent was the 2006 FIFA World Cup , and the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup . The Audi Cup takes place in Germany every year in Munich .

The old east germany

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