Sister Cities Annual German Seminar Engages and Educates!
Tuesday, November 2
Lord Mayor Fassbinder & Mayor Price
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2018 German Seminar
2010 (2nd Annual)
DATE: Tuesday, November 9 / 6:00 to 6:45 pm
TITLE: 20th Anniversary of German Unification
SPEAKERS: Philip Holzapfel, First Secretary, Political Affairs, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany
Lt. Colonel Neureuther, Deputy Commander, Bundeswehr, NATO Allied Command Transformation
THANKS to our 2019 Panelists:
Ms. Sandy Radmanesh, German Embassy Washington D.C - Senior Tax Counselor; Dr. Brian Puaca, CNU Professor of Modern European History; Dr. Laura Deiulio, CNU Associate Professor & Department Chair, Modern and Classical Languages and Literatures; moderated by Dr. Mario Mazzarella.
From October 2018 through November 2019, the German Embassy celebrated a year of German-American friendship, knowing that the United States and Germany are “Wunderbar Together” ― stronger as friends and partners.
With this initiative, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany wanted to draw attention to our robust relationship, with deep historical ties, and shared values. After the end of World War II, our transatlantic partnership ushered in a unique era of peace, freedom, and security. For us as Germans, the United States remains our closest partner outside Europe.
Our friendship with the United States means a lot to us, as we know it does to many Americans. This is why people are at the heart of our year of German-American friendship. Across the nation, we would like to renew the dialogue with our American friends about the importance of our relationship and how we can shape it for the future. As we face shared challenges and societies become more divided, we must build more – and stronger – bridges between our peoples.
Wunderbar Together is a comprehensive and collaborative initiative funded by the German Federal Foreign Office, implemented by the Goethe-Institut, and supported by the Federation of German Industries (BDI).to foster an exchange of ideas with all Americans, not only in New York, Washington, DC, and Los Angeles, but also in the heart of the country.
edited from text provided by:
Ines Teisseire, German Information Center USA, Embassy of the Federal Republic of Germany