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Starting lineup - published: 24.03.19

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GK Manuel NEUER Gelsenkirchen

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GK Marc Andre TER STEGEN Mönchengladbach

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DC Kalidou KOULIBALY Die-des-Vosges

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DC Kamil GLIK Jastrzębie Zdrój

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DC Mats HUMMELS Bergisch Gladbach

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DC Niklas SÜLE Frankfurt am Main

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DRC Antonio RUDIGER Berlin

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DRC Jerome BOATENG Berlin

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DRC Shkodran MUSTAFI Bad Hersfeld

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DRL Jeremy TOLJAN Stuttgart

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DR Benjamin HENRICHS Cologne

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DL Jonas HECTOR Saarbrücken

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DL/DMC Sead KOLAŠINAC Karlsruhe

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DMC Grzegorz KRYCHOWIAK Gryfice

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DMC Morgan SCHNEIDERLIN Zellwiller

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DMC/DRLC Emre CAN Frankfurt am Main

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DMC/DR Joshua KIMMICH Rottweil

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MC Julian WEIGL Bad Aibling

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MC Leon GÖRETZKA Bochum

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MC Sami KHEDIRA Stuttgart

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MC Toni KROOS Greifswald

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AMC Hakan CALHANOGLU Mannheim

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AMRLC Julian DRAXLER Gladbeck

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AMRLC Leroy SANE Essen

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AMRLC Mesut ÖZIL Gelsenkirchen

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AMRL Julian BRANDT Bremen

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AMRL Marco REUS Dortmund

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SS/FC Lukas PODOLSKI Gliwice

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SS/FC Thomas MÜLLER Weilheim in Oberbayern

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FRLC Arkadiusz MILIK Tychy

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FC Krzysztof PIATEK Dzierżoniów

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FC Timo WERNER Stuttgart

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(Today: Germany, parts of Poland, Alsace and Lorraine in France)

After the unsuccessful war with Denmark (1864) came the short war with Austria, which resulted in Austria being excluded from the German Confederation (1866) and the creation of the new North German Confederation. Finally, after provoking a war with France in order to present the militarily powerful Prussia as the protector of German countries and reduce their anti-Prussian sentiments, the German Empire was created in 1871. It was, however, more like a Greater Prussia than the realization of national aspirations of the German people, due to Prussian hegemony. As in all European and worldwide cases, the new government had to ensure historical legitimacy for the new country so it tried, in the spirit of national romantism, to seek continuity of ancient Germania and, especially the Holy Roman Empire. Many sources, from mythology to folklore, were used for this purpose. Monuments were erected, with the best known one being dedicated to Arminius, “the leader of united Germanic tribes” in the Teutoburg forest.

Also, like in many other nations, German identity was most easily defined based on differences with the hostile “Others”, namely the Slavs on one side and the French on the other. Simultaneously, the racist völkisch nationalism appears, different from traditional nationalism that tries to assimilate and impose its own culture on other peoples. Völkisch nationalism insists on Germans not mixing, emphasizing that belonging to a nation is a matter of descent, and not accepting a language, culture, tradition, etc.

Sources
    • Michael BURLEIGH, Treći Reich : nova povijest, Zaprešić, 2012.
    • Grupa autora, Povijest: Predvečerje rata i Drugi svjetski rat (1936. - 1945.) , knjiga XVII., Zagreb 2008.
    • Eric HOBSBAWM, Doba kapitala 1848-1875, Zagreb, 1989.
    • Eric John HOBSBAWM,  Terence RANGER, Izmišljanje tradicije, Beograd, 2002.
    • Miran MARELJA, ''Međunarodni odnosi Prusije od Bečkog kongresa do ujedinjenja Njemačke (1815. - 1871.)'', Pravnik, 45/2012., br.91,
    • Eric John HOBSBAWM,  Terence RANGER, Izmišljanje tradicije, Beograd, 2002.
    • Coat of aarms: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Coat_of_arms_of_Germany