Germany, Switzerland, and        Austria
Germany
Germany
Germany - Location and Land
Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.
Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River beg...
Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River beg...
Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River beg...
Economy
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, no...
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, no...
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, no...
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, no...
EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, no...
Government
GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.
GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.They have an electe...
GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.They have an electe...
Reunification
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET U...
People
People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.
People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led...
People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led...
People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led...
Switzerland
Switzerland
Government
GovernmentSwitzerland has had a democracy for (18)700 YEARS.
GovernmentSwitzerland has had a democracy for (18)700 YEARS.Because of its location, Switzerland haspracticed (19) NEUTRAL...
Land
LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.
LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine an...
LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine an...
LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine an...
Economy
EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.
EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS...
EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS...
EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS...
People
PeopleThere are many different ethnic groups andreligions.
PeopleThere are many different ethnic groups andreligions.There are (25) FOUR national languages.
Austria
Austria
Land
LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.
LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.
LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.The Alps cover (27) 3/4 of the land.
Economy
EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.
EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.
EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.Factories pro...
EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.Factories pro...
People
PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.
PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.
PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% o...
PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% o...
PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% o...
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    1. 1. Germany, Switzerland, and Austria
    2. 2. Germany
    3. 3. Germany
    4. 4. Germany - Location and Land
    5. 5. Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.
    6. 6. Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River begins.
    7. 7. Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River begins.In the north is the (3) RHINE RIVER, whichforms part of the border with France.
    8. 8. Germany - Location and LandGermany is about the size of (1)MONTANA.In the south are the (2) ALPS where theDanube River begins.In the north is the (3) RHINE RIVER, whichforms part of the border with France.(5) HAMBURG, the largest port city, is inthe west on the Elbe River.
    9. 9. Economy
    10. 10. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.
    11. 11. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.
    12. 12. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, north of the Alps, isknown for its scenery and wood products.
    13. 13. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, north of the Alps, isknown for its scenery and wood products.
    14. 14. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, north of the Alps, isknown for its scenery and wood products.
    15. 15. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, north of the Alps, isknown for its scenery and wood products.(8) AUTOBAHNS, or superhighways, alongwith railroads, rivers, and canals, linkimportant cities.
    16. 16. EconomyGermany imports about (6) 1/3 of its food.It is a leading exporter of (7) BEER,CHEESE AND WINE.The Black Forest, north of the Alps, isknown for its scenery and wood products.(8) AUTOBAHNS, or superhighways, alongwith railroads, rivers, and canals, linkimportant cities.
    17. 17. Government
    18. 18. GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.
    19. 19. GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.They have an elected (10) PRESIDENT tocarry out ceremonial duties.
    20. 20. GovernmentLike the US, Germany is a (9) FEDERALREPUBLIC: the national and stategovernments share power.They have an elected (10) PRESIDENT tocarry out ceremonial duties.They also have a (11) CHANCELLOR who ischosen by one of the two houses ofparliament and he or she runs thegovernment.
    21. 21. Reunification
    22. 22. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.
    23. 23. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.
    24. 24. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.
    25. 25. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.
    26. 26. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.
    27. 27. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.
    28. 28. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.
    29. 29. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.
    30. 30. ReunificationAfter World War II, Germany was divided intoEast Germany and West Germany between the (12)ALLIES and SOVIET UNION.(13) BERLIN was also divided, even though it wasentirely located in East Germany.West Germany became (14) DEMOCRATIC butEast Germany became Communist.(15) REUNIFICATION, or bringing the twogovernments together, has been a challenge; itoccurred on October 3, 1990.
    31. 31. People
    32. 32. People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.
    33. 33. People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led a protestagainst things the Catholic Church wasdoing.
    34. 34. People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led a protestagainst things the Catholic Church wasdoing.Today, both Protestants and Catholics livein Germany.
    35. 35. People(16) GERMAN, their language, is related toEnglish.(17) PROTESTANTISM began in Germanywhen a monk, Martin Luther, led a protestagainst things the Catholic Church wasdoing.Today, both Protestants and Catholics livein Germany.Famous Germans include Johann SebastianBach and Ludwig Van Beethoven.
    36. 36. Switzerland
    37. 37. Switzerland
    38. 38. Government
    39. 39. GovernmentSwitzerland has had a democracy for (18)700 YEARS.
    40. 40. GovernmentSwitzerland has had a democracy for (18)700 YEARS.Because of its location, Switzerland haspracticed (19) NEUTRALITY - refusing totake sides in disagreements and warsbetween countries.
    41. 41. Land
    42. 42. LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.
    43. 43. LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine and Rhone (21) RIVERS begin inthe Alps.
    44. 44. LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine and Rhone (21) RIVERS begin inthe Alps.A high plateau between mountains holds richfarmlands, industries, the capital (22)BERN, and the largest city, Zurich.
    45. 45. LandThe Alps are a (20) CONTINENTALDIVIDE. This is a high place from whichrivers flow in different directions.The Rhine and Rhone (21) RIVERS begin inthe Alps.A high plateau between mountains holds richfarmlands, industries, the capital (22)BERN, and the largest city, Zurich.
    46. 46. Economy
    47. 47. EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.
    48. 48. EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS,watches, and electronic equipment.
    49. 49. EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS,watches, and electronic equipment.Chemicals, gourmet chocolate, and gourmetcheese are also produced.
    50. 50. EconomySwitzerland has few natural resources.However, it imports resources and makeshigh-quality goods such as (23) CLOCKS,watches, and electronic equipment.Chemicals, gourmet chocolate, and gourmetcheese are also produced.Other important industries are (24)TOURISM, banking, and insurance.
    51. 51. People
    52. 52. PeopleThere are many different ethnic groups andreligions.
    53. 53. PeopleThere are many different ethnic groups andreligions.There are (25) FOUR national languages.
    54. 54. Austria
    55. 55. Austria
    56. 56. Land
    57. 57. LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.
    58. 58. LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.
    59. 59. LandAustria is (26) LANDLOCKED.The Alps cover (27) 3/4 of the land.
    60. 60. Economy
    61. 61. EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.
    62. 62. EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.
    63. 63. EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.Factories produce machinery, chemicals,metals, and vehicles.
    64. 64. EconomyRivers proved hydroelectric power and themountains provide (28) TIMBER.Tourism is extremely important.Factories produce machinery, chemicals,metals, and vehicles.Farmers raise dairy cattle, livestock, sugarbeets, grains, potatoes, and fruits.
    65. 65. People
    66. 66. PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.
    67. 67. PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.
    68. 68. PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% of people are Roman Catholic.
    69. 69. PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% of people are Roman Catholic.The capital, (30) VIENNA, is the largestcity and is where some of the greatestcomposers in history lived, including Mozart,Schubert, and Haydn.
    70. 70. PeopleMost Austrians live in cities and towns andwork in manufacturing or service jobs.Most people speak (29) GERMAN.80% of people are Roman Catholic.The capital, (30) VIENNA, is the largestcity and is where some of the greatestcomposers in history lived, including Mozart,Schubert, and Haydn.

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