Financial TimesSaarbrucken, April 11, 1989 In Grosbliederstroff, on the French side of the border, the mayor has a German name. In Kleinblittersdorf, on the German side, the mayor’s surname is French. That is how closely the French region of Lorraine and the German federal state of Saarland are intertwined. On the French side there may… Continue reading A Franco-German row over nuclear power
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