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Germany
Flag of Germany   Coat of Arms of Germany

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General
General rank 35
Anthem Einigkeit und Recht und Freiheit
"Das lied der deutschen"
Capital Brandenburg and Berlin
Alliance Banana
Demographics
Language German
Population 513
Average level 42
Politics
President Freiheitskaempfer
Party Die Steinmetze
Political titles
vCP BadMax
MoD omg_87
MoFA higter
Economics
Currency Flag-Germany.jpg German Mark (DEM)
Minimum salary Flag-Germany.jpg 0.88 DEM
Average salary Flag-Germany.jpg 222.94 DEM
Military
Territories 15
Natural enemy Denmark
Communication
Forum eGermany
IRC eGermany

Map of Germany

Last update 17 December 2017

Germany (German: Deutschland) is a country in Mainland Europe. It is bordered by Icon-Denmark.png Denmark, Icon-Netherlands.png Netherlands, Icon-France.png France, Icon-Switzerland.png Switzerland, Icon-Austria.png Austria, Icon-Poland.png Poland and Icon-Sweden.png Sweden.

Icon history.png History

Main article: History of Germany

Germany was among the first countries in the beginning of eRepublik. Germany's population grew slowly and has been though many wars, mainly with Poland and Sweden. In February 2009, the Austro-German Union was created with the help of, Isy, President of Germany and Chicco, President of Austria. This union lasted for about a month after Italy and Hungary as the PEACE Global Community disagreed of the union. They started resistance wars in all Austrian regions and the country was freed within a few days. In May 2009, Poland sent people into Germany for a political takeover, though it had little success as most citizens who were in the German congress were multiple accounts and they were banned. shoot then betrayed Germany by running for President with help from his Swedish and Polish friends. He was elected and he let Poland and Sweden take the regions of Germany. PEACE Forces then set up resistance wars in all regions of Germany and slowly got the Swedish and Polish out of German regions.

The Polish then tried for a second political takeover. In which they succeeded in securing the Congress of Germany. They were unsuccessful in getting their chosen President in but impeached Gobba to get their candidate in. The Polish congressmen were all banned or lost their congressmen status with reasons unknown. The real German congress was able to impeach the Polish candidate and Germany was once again safe. The Polish in the end successfully secured 100,000 DEM whereas the German congress was able to secure the 500,000 DEM with the help of Hungary from the treasury. Germany then joined Phoenix a new alliance in which they were able to push out the Swedish people from their country. Germany and members of Phoenix were able to save the neighbours of Germany, Denmark. German and Slovenian Presidents agreed for Slovenia to rent Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg as Slovenia needed a high grain region. Slovenia had to pay Icon-gold.gif 100 GOLD to Germany each month for the rent.

Germany was then invaded again in late 2010 by Poland and Sweden.

Icon allcountries.gif Geography

Germany is located in central Europe and its historical capital, Saarbrucken, is in the region of Saarland.

The original territory of Germany is composed of several regions: Baden-WurttembergBavariaBrandenburg and BerlinHesseLower Saxony and BremenMecklenburg-Western Pomerania (occupied by Icon-Poland.png), North Rhine-WestphaliaRhineland-PalatinateSaarlandSaxonySaxony-AnhaltSchleswig-Holstein and Hamburg, and Thuringia.

Its current territories are listed below:

Original Owner Resource Map
Brandenburg and Berlin Icon-capital.gif Icon-Germany.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Brandenburg and Berlin.png
Baden-Wurttemberg Icon-Germany.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Baden-Wurttemberg.png
Bavaria Icon-Germany.png Icon - Iron.png Iron Region-Bavaria.png
Hesse Icon-Germany.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Hesse.png
Lower Saxony and Bremen Icon-Germany.png Icon - Fish.png Fish Region-Lower Saxony and Bremen.png
Nordjylland Icon-Denmark.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) Region-Nordjylland.png
North Rhine-Westphalia Icon-Germany.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-North Rhine-Westphalia.png
Rhineland-Palatinate Icon-Germany.png Icon - Clay.png Clay Region-Rhineland-Palatinate.png
Saarland Icon-Germany.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Saarland.png
Saxony Icon-Germany.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Saxony.png
Saxony-Anhalt Icon-Germany.png Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Region-Saxony-Anhalt.png
Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg Icon-Germany.png Icon - Sand.png Sand (resource) Region-Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg.png
Syddanmark Icon-Denmark.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Syddanmark.png
Thuringia Icon-Germany.png Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Region-Thuringia.png


Icon economy.png Economy

Icon embargo.gif Country Trade Embargoes

Germany currently has no trade embargoes with any other country.

Note: Last updated 17/12/2017

Icon-taxes.gif Taxation

This table shows the taxes currently established in Germany.

Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Q3.png Food 5 % 50 % 5 %
Icon - Weapon Q2.png Weapon 5 % 50 % 5 %
Icon - Aircraft Q1.png Aircraft 5 % 50 % 5 %
Icon - Moving ticket Q3.png Tickets 5 % 50 % 5 %
Icon - House Q3.png Houses 5 % 50 % 5 %
Product Work Tax Import Tax VAT
Icon - Food Raw Materials.png Food raw material 5 % 1 % -
Icon - Weapon Raw Materials.png Weapon raw material 5 % 1 % -
Icon - House Raw Materials.png House raw material 5 % 1 % -
Icon - Aircraft Raw Materials.png Aircraft raw material 5 % 1 % -

Note: Last updated 17/12/2017

Natural Resources

Germany has next resources on its disposal:

     Resource       Regions
Icon - Grain.png Grain Not available
Icon - Deer.png Deer Not available
Icon - Fish.png Fish Midtjylland, Hesse
Icon - Cattle.png Cattle Syddanmark
Icon - Fruits.png Fruits Syddanmark, North Rhine-Westphalia, Hesse
Icon - Iron.png Iron Syddanmark, Bavaria, Brandenburg and Berlin
Icon - Aluminum.png Aluminum Brandenburg and Berlin, Syddanmark
Icon - Saltpeter.png Saltpeter Not available
Icon - Oil.png Oil Not available
Icon - Rubber.png Rubber Not available
Icon - Sand.png Sand Saxony-Anhalt, Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg
Icon - Clay.png Clay Schleswig-Holstein and Hamburg
Icon - Wood.png Wood Not available
Icon - Limestone.png Limestone Not available
Icon - Granite.png Granite Not available
Icon - Neodymium.png Neodymium Not available
Icon - Magnesium.png Magnesium Not available
Icon - Cobalt.png Cobalt Not available
Icon - Titanium.png Titanium Not available
Icon - Wolfram.png Wolfram Not available

Note: Last updated 17/12/2017

Icon achievement supersoldier on.gif Military

Icon-pact.gif MPPs

Germany has Mutual Protection Pacts with the following nation(s):

Germany was a Part of the Terra alliance


Icon-war.png Wars

Throughout its entire history, Germany has been directly involved in the following wars:

The German Eurofighter Staffel starts to an air fight in the Operation Burning Spirit

NOTE: listed are only those wars, that have an own erep-wiki article

Bundeswehr.png Units

former Avatar used by the members of the GEF

The Bundeswehr (English: Federal Defense Force) is the armed forces of Germany. It was reestablished after the German Independence War on November 21, 2008, and was serving to defend Germany and her allies.

FSK The "Fliegendes Suizid Kommando" (german for "flying suicide command") or short FSK is a german paramilitary unit that was officially founded on march 1st 2010 by iseutz, DukeNuk3m, Herr Schmidt and The German Eagle. It was the first real german paramilitary unit at that time with the goal to be more effective than the regular german forces of the Bundeswehr. This unit is still active.

Other paramilitary units still active include:

  • Bad Company (channel #bad on irc.rizon.net)
  • Red Army Anti-Imperialistic Army led by the Internationale. #rote.brigade on irc.rizon.net
  • Urdeutsche Bierpanther (Formerly known as Steinmetz Trollcorps) - Military Unit which offers everybody to join without responsibilities & requirements. #stc & #we_do on irc.rizon.net

Note: Last updated 2016

Icon achievement mediamogul on.gif Media

Icon zeitung.JPG Newspapers

The following table shows the 5 most subbed newspapers in Germany.(05.08.2011)

Ranking Name Subcribers comment
1 The economic guerilla.jpg The Economic Guerilla 1192 Private Newspaper of DzeGuevara
2 Bundeswehr.png Wehrverwaltung 1161 Newspaper of the German Ministry of Defense
3 Der Bundesanzeiger.jpg Der Bundesanzeiger 758 Newspaper of the German President
4 EPartisan Review.jpg ePartisan Review 574 Private Newspaper of Gregus Hedvik
5 Words of eGermany.jpg Words of eGermany 549 Newspaper of the German Ministry of Foreign Affairs

Icon achievement congressman on.gif Politics

Icon position country president.gif Presidents

Current President

Avatar Term President Party
Citizen3295493.png March 2013 BadMax Bad Party

Icon position party president.gif Parties

Main article: Parties of Germany

Top parties

This is the list of top 6 parties in Germany.

Rank Logo Party Name Initials Orientation Party President Members Time of existance
1. Party-Open Mind Germany.jpg Open Mind Germany OMG Center, Libertarian ilphen 92 11/2008 - 01/2010
01/2010 - now
2. Bad Company.jpg Bad Party BP Center-right, Totalitarian Dr. Schultz 71 09/2011 - now
3. Party-Liberal Patriotische Partei.jpg Liberal Patriotische Partei LPP Center-right, Libertarian Lord o S 40 11/2011 - now
4. Party-Die Steinmetze.jpg Die Steinmetze DSM Center, Authoritarian higter 26 02/2010 - now
5. Party-Kommunistische Partei eD.jpg KPeD - Spartakusbund KPeD Far-left, Totalitarian Winston Snowball 20 01/2010 - now
6. Party-Sozialdemokratische Partei eD.jpg Sozialdemokratische Partei SPeD Center-left, Libertarian Franz von Hahn 18 01/2010 - now

Updated: December 10, 2015

Icon - Congress.jpg Government Infrastructure

Bundestag (Congress)

Main article: Bundestag

Governmental Office

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