After the Second World War, frictions increased between the Western Allies and the Soviet Union. As a result of that two German states were formed in 1949: the Federal Republic in West Germany and the Democratic Republic in East Germany. While most Germans hoped for a quick unification, the two countries soon sided with different partners, thus making unification less likely.
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The Treaty of Paris of 1951 came into effect one year later and established the . West Germany was a founding member. The Treaties of Rome of established the European Economic Community (EEC).
In East Germany joined the Council for Mutual Economic Assistance ().
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