George H.W. Bush's legacy: Seeing the funny side of the German 5 months ago   05:28

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In Germany, George Bush Senior will be remembered as the US president linked to the historic moments that marked Germany's reunification. It was during Bush's presidency that the communist German Democratic Republic collapsed and was reunited with its neighbor after over forty years of division. Then and now, German leaders have said the 41st US president deserves credit for his role in German reunification.

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Khuong Khuu
Germany, U.K. , Canada & United States of America Stand with the Late Bush 41
hujjatullah sahib
Bush wanted to recharge the U.S. via rewarding the local MIC by seeding and exploiting Soviet vulnerabilities especially under a German reunification excuse and shallow inducements ! !
Uncle Diggie
German men sit down to pee
Alexis Sayegh
History told us that America gave away east Germany and the rest of the eastern block countries to Stalin.
I just wanna stream and have a good time.
Unite Germany!!
sabbir ahmed
God you should have taken Bush minimum 20/25 years ago.
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Seeing the funny side of the German George H.W. Bush's legacy: 5 months ago   03:52

False friends, ridiculous grammar and never-ending nouns. German is by no means an easy language, but it has its funny side too, as we find out in this week's episode of Meet the Germans.

Rachel Stewart is on a mission to investigate the quirks and idiosyncrasies of daily life in Germany. Every two weeks she explores a new topic - from beer to nudity to complicated grammar - and heads out to get some tips from the Germans themselves.

Rachel moved from the UK to Germany in 2016. As a relative newcomer she casts a fresh eye over German clichés and shares her experiences of settling into German life. You'll find more from Meet the Germans on YouTube or at

And don’t forget to comment with your own experiences!

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