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Arthur B. Gunlicks

with profoundly different regimes? This chapter and this book cannot answer all of these questions satisfactorily, but they can help to provide some background and a framework for understanding how Germany and the Germans literally have come to where they are today. The focus, then, will be less on the larger issues of German identity over the past decades and more on the sources of identity of the people within Germany for the regions in which they live today. The Holy Roman Empire Following Charlemagne’s death, the Treaty of Verdun in 843 divided his “Roman Empire

in The Länder and German federalism