Unification Day
October 3rd, June 17th, November 9th
June 17th
-
17.6 1953 demonstrations and others
from 1954 to 1990 it was a holiday in west germany
got fought down with s...
9th November
- Controlled breakdown of the wall
- Got forced by the USA, Russia and others
- Represantative are Gorbatscho...
3th of October
- Official Reunification DayHappened
- in 1990, 1 year after the wall fell
- Was about to be moved to anoth...
Celebration
- Celebrates the Reunition of Germany in 1990
-
Gets celebrated in a different city every year(in Hanover 20...
DDR
-
Left winged, socialist/communist workers state
Everyone was supposed to be even
Represantative things e.g. Trabant
...
Sources
- http://www.koschyk.de/allgemein/parlamentarischer-staatssekretarhartmut-koschyk-stellt-in-dresden-10-euro-silber...
17th of
may
The National Day in Norway
• 1814
• Eidsvoll
• 18th
• Sweden
• 4th november
How it’s celebrated
• Good breakfast
• Wearing «bunad» or suit
• No school or work
• Streets are filled up with people
• F...
Bunad
• Different kinds from different places in Norway
• Only for special events
• Has been in Norway for a long time
• The first official parade
• Bjørnson
• 1869
• 1889
• 1910
• 1940-1945
• Oslo School of Business
Sources
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  • 1. Unification Day October 3rd, June 17th, November 9th
  • 2. June 17th - 17.6 1953 demonstrations and others from 1954 to 1990 it was a holiday in west germany got fought down with sowjet tanks To show the interests of the workers
  • 3. 9th November - Controlled breakdown of the wall - Got forced by the USA, Russia and others - Represantative are Gorbatschow, Kohl, «I`ve been looking for freedom» by David Hasselhoff
  • 4. 3th of October - Official Reunification DayHappened - in 1990, 1 year after the wall fell - Was about to be moved to another date in 2004
  • 5. Celebration - Celebrates the Reunition of Germany in 1990 - Gets celebrated in a different city every year(in Hanover 2014) There are speaches or concerts to celebrate Others like pounds with a special motive No celebration at home as far as we experienced There are still rest bricks to remember
  • 6. DDR - Left winged, socialist/communist workers state Everyone was supposed to be even Represantative things e.g. Trabant Whoever tried to pass the wall got shot at(80-138 victims) or at least got to prison -> closed border through the whole country
  • 7. Sources - http://www.koschyk.de/allgemein/parlamentarischer-staatssekretarhartmut-koschyk-stellt-in-dresden-10-euro-silber-gedenkmunze-undsonderbriefmarke-vor-6685.html - http://www.faz.net/aktuell/politik/inland/tag-der-deutschen-einheit3-oktober-bleibt-feiertag-schroeder-verlogene-debatte-1195037.html - http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zmRPP2WXX0U
  • 8. 17th of may The National Day in Norway
  • 9. • 1814 • Eidsvoll • 18th
  • 10. • Sweden • 4th november
  • 11. How it’s celebrated • Good breakfast • Wearing «bunad» or suit • No school or work • Streets are filled up with people • Flags and toys making sound
  • 12. Bunad • Different kinds from different places in Norway • Only for special events • Has been in Norway for a long time
  • 13. • The first official parade • Bjørnson • 1869 • 1889 • 1910 • 1940-1945 • Oslo School of Business
  • 14. Sources

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