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2015-03-21

Should Greek debt be forgiven as German debt was in 1953?


posted at 07:31

In his first act as Prime Minister of Greece, Alexis Tsipras laid a wreath at a memorial to Greek victims of the Nazis. It was a symbolically charged gesture, and was widely interpreted as a reminder of the historical debts owed to Greece by Germany. In Germany, however, it was seen as yet another anti-German provocation from a country being kept afloat financially, to a significant extent, by bailout loans from German taxpayers.





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