British administration effectively transformed Volkswagen into a civilian company that was able to make its start from pole position into a German economic miracle
It helped spark what became known as the German economic miracle
All of these consumers adopted it on their own terms--either as an icon of the West German economic miracle
or for the easy freedom of a highly approachable and adaptable economic car.
Starting as a would-be emblem of the Nazi vision of Aryan technological prowess and modernity, it emerged from the cataclysm of the Second World War to become the leading symbol of the post-war West German economic miracle
and the motorisation of German society.
It is, for instance, indisputable that the German economic miracle
of the 1960s and 1970s could not have been achieved without the many hundreds of thousands of workers from Muslim Turkey.
The first great German economic miracle
can be clearly traced back to the day in June of 1948 when Germany's economic director, Ludwig Erhard, eliminated most of the price controls that had hampered the economy during and after the Nazi regime.
In this article I read Arno Schmidt's 1956 novel Das steinerne Herz: Historischer Roman aus dem Jahre 1954 nach Christi as a social commentary on the dynamics of gender relations during the time of the emerging West German economic miracle
The father of the German economic miracle
taught us that the state can only give its citizens what it has previously taken from them through taxes and levies.
As the German economic miracle
led to successive waves of consumption, the food wave, the clothing wave, the housing wave, and the car wave gave way first to the sex wave and then the porn wave.
Yet, within 50 years, the German economic miracle
was well under way and the country is in far better condition to face the credit crunch.
design - were eagerly seized upon by the architects of the so-called German Economic Miracle
6) While in the 1950s, the decade of the so-called German economic miracle
, the ordo-liberal pillar of the SME predominated; in the late 1960s the social precepts gained the better of market orientation, with detrimental effects to Germany's economy in the following decades.