Marcus Hudson Justin
Economy: Germany is the fifth economy in the world. Its is the the leading export in chemicals, vehicles, and machinery. Potatoes, wheat, barley, sugar beats, and fruit are all apart of their agriculture. Their industry is the worlds largest and most technically advanced in iron, steal, coal, cement, chemicals, and much more.
Geography: Germany is located in Central Europe, the climate is cool and cloudy, with wet winters and summers. Their natural resources are coal, natural gas, iron ore, copper, and much more. Germany doesn't have many natural hazards but flooding is a possibility, with 5175 km being naturally irrigated.
Government: Germany has a federal republic government. Their capital is Berlin, Germany and they have a civil law system. Their national symbol is a golden eagle and their nation anthem is called Das Lied der Deutschen which means song of the Germans. Finally their national holiday is Unity day October 3rd.
History: One part of Germans history is the Berlin wall. for example it was a wall that split up west and east Berlin, the people that were on the east side were like prisoners and if they try and cross the wall they would be shot at. Another part of their history is Adolf Hitler. For example he was a dictator that killed thousands of people and started World War Two.
Culture: German culture began long before the rise of Germany as a nation-state and spanned the entire German-speaking world. From its roots, culture in Germany has been shaped by major intellectual and popular currents in Europe, both religious and secular. Language, German is the official language spoken in Germany. It is one of 23 official languages in the European Union, along with English and French.