Vintage Sunday Times Magazine March 21st 1993
THE FRACTURED FATHERLAND
Germans are feeling the painful effects of unification, both in their wallets and on their consciences. Their great nation is shaken by plunging prosperity and a moral malaise. Norman Stone introduces this special issue, beginning on page 13
Peter Millar explores the national psyche through its peoples east and west
Brian Moynahan looks at the life and death of Petra Kelly, a Green icon, and the fate of the movement she founded.
Influential Germans talk of their hopes and fears for their country.
John David Morley meets neo-Nazis, and on page 54 . Christine Toomey visits Berlin’s Latin Quarter, where the children of the Holocaust and the spirit of Cabaret coexist
A Life in the Day Claudia Schiffer German supermodel Page 66
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