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 Dé guó Germany / German
 Dé yì zhì German (phonetic rendition of "Deutsch") / Germany
 Lián bāng Dé guó German Federation / Bundesrepublik Deutschland / Germany
 Bó lín Berlin, capital of Germany
 Mù ní hēi München or Munich, capital of Bavaria, Germany
 Kē lóng Cologne, Germany or Colon, Panama
 A1 lún Aalen, town in Germany
西 Xī Dé West Germany / German Federal Republic 德意志聯邦共和國|德意志联邦共和国[De2 yi4 zhi4 Lian2 bang1 Gong4 he2 guo2]
 Sī tú jiā tè Stuttgart city in southwest Germany and capital of Baden-Württemberg 巴登·符騰堡州|巴登·符腾堡州[Ba1 deng1 · / Fu2 teng2 bao3 zhou1]
 Duō tè méng dé Dortmund city in the Ruhr 魯爾區|鲁尔区[Lu3 er3 qu1], Germany
 Niǔ lún bǎo Nürnberg or Nuremberg, town in Bavaria, Germany
 Cài Yuán péi Cai Yuanpei (1868-1940), liberal educationalist, studied in Germany, president of Peking University 1917-19, minister of education for Guomindang
 Bō ēn Bonn, a small town on the Rhine, Cold War capital of West Germany 1949-1990
 Lái bǐ xī Leipzig, city in the state of Saxony, Germany
 Lǔ ěr Ruhrgebiet or Ruhr region, Germany
 Kè lè Keller or Köhler (name) / Horst Köhler (1943-), German economist and CDU politician, head of the IMF 2000-2004, president of Germany 2004-2010
 Nà cuì Dé guó Nazi Germany (1933-1945)
 Dōng Dé East Germany (1945-1990) / German Democratic Republic 德意志民主共和國|德意志民主共和国[De2 yi4 zhi4 Min2 zhu3 Gong4 he2 guo2]
 Sà kè sēn Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech republic, capital Dresden 德累斯頓|德累斯顿[De2 lei4 si1 dun4]
 Bō cí tǎn Potsdam, near Berlin, Germany
 Aī sēn Essen, main city of the Ruhr 魯爾區|鲁尔区[Lu3 er3 qu1], Germany
 Qī guó Jí tuán G7, the group of 7 industrialized countries: US, Japan, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Canada (now G8, including Russia)
 Dé lèi sī dùn Dresden, capital of Saxony 薩克森州|萨克森州[Sa4 ke4 sen1 zhou1], Germany
 Shèng Aò gǔ sī dīng St Augustine / Aurelius Augustinus (354-430), theologian and Christian philosopher / Sankt Augustin, suburb of Beuel, Bonn, Germany
 Dù yī sī bǎo Duisburg city in the Ruhr 魯爾區|鲁尔区[Lu3 er3 qu1], Germany
 Yà chēn Aachen, city in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany / Aix-la-Chapelle
 Lu:3 bèi kè Lübeck, Germany
 Bǐ sī mài Bismarck (name) / Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prussian politician, Minister-President of Prussia 1862-1873, Chancellor of Germany 1871-1890
 Bó lín Gōng yè Dà xué Technical University of Berlin, Germany (Technische Universitaet zu Berlin)
 Dé yì zhì Lián bāng Gòng hé guó Federal Republic of Germany / former West Germany 1945-1990, now simply Germany
 Sà ěr bù lu:3 kěn Saarbrücken, capital of Saarland, Germany
 qī dà gōng yè guó jí tuán G7, the group of 7 industrialized countries: US, Japan, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Canada (now G8, including Russia)
 Nèi kǎ Hé Neckar River in Germany
 liǎng Dé two Germanies / refers to German Democratic Republic (East Germany) and the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)
 Běi wēi zhōu North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany
·  Nordrhein-Westfalen, state of Germany
 Lu:3 sāi ěr sī hǎi mǔ Rüsselsheim, city in Germany
 Gōng yè Qī guó Jí tuán G7, the group of 7 industrialized countries: US, Japan, Britain, Germany, France, Italy and Canada (now G8, including Russia)
 Dé guó Tǒng yī Shè huì dǎng Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (Socialist Unity Party of Germany 1949-1990), the ruling communist party of the former German Democratic Republic (East Germany)
··  Federal Republic of Germany / former West Germany 1945-1990, now simply Germany
 Dé léi sī dùn Dresden, Germany
 Gē sī lā ěr Goslar, Germany
西 Dōng Xī dé East and West Germany / refers to the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) and the Federal Republic of Germany (West Germany)
 Bō zī tǎn Potsdam, Germany
 Fú téng bǎo Württemberg, region of southwest Germany, former state around Stuttgart 斯圖加特|斯图加特[Si1 tu2 jia1 te4]
 Sà kè sēn zhōu Sachsen or Saxony, Bundesland in east of Germany, bordering on Poland and Czech republic, capital Dresden 德累斯頓|德累斯顿[De2 lei4 si1 dun4]
 Sà ěr zhōu Saarland, state of Germany, capital Saarbrücken 薩爾布呂肯|萨尔布吕肯[Sa4 er3 bu4 lu:3 ken3]
 Tiě xuè zǎi xiàng Iron Chancellor, refers to Otto von Bismarck (1815-1898), Prussian politician, minister-president of Prussia 1862-1873, Chancellor of Germany 1871-1890
 A1 hēng Aachen, city in Nordrhein-Westfalen, Germany / Aix-la-Chapelle / also written 亞琛|亚琛[Ya4 chen1]
 Lǔ ěr Hé Ruhr River, a tributary of the Rhine in Germany
 wàn swastika, a sacred and auspicious symbol in Hinduism, Buddhism, and Jainism, later adopted by Nazi Germany
 Bó dēng Hú Lake Constance (between Germany, Austria and Switzerland)
 Bō áng Bonn, city in Germany (Tw)
  Advisory Commission of the Evangelical Church in Germany / EKD Advisory Commission
  Lesbian and Gay Federation in Germany
西  Agreement on Most-Favoured-Nation Treatment for Areas of Western Germany Under Military Occupation
  Treaty on the Final Settlement with respect to Germany
 Běi lái yīn · Wēi sī tè fǎ lún zhōu Nordrhein-Westfalen, state of Germany
 Qīn wèi duì SS or Schutzstaffel, paramilitary organization in Nazi Germany
· Běi lái yīn · Wēi sī tè fǎ lún zhōu Nordrhein-Westfalen, state of Germany
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