德国辛辛那提历史 & 遗产
的 德国ic tribes originated from people of the Baltic Sea coast 和 can be dated as early as 500 BCE.
Near 100 BCE, the tribes congregated in the central 和 southern parts of the present-day 德国y. 为
many centuries, the territory was occupied by the Roman 和 Austrian empires until 德国y’s
unification in 1871 after the Franco-Prussian War. It was during this era that the 德国 Enlightenment
marked a shift in the social, political, literary, 和 philosophical l和scape of 德国y.
However, following WWI, 德国y was once again divided. 在1929年的大萧条期间，
德国出现了纳粹党. Adolf Hitler’s notorious legacy remain a shocking historical
枯萎至今. After WWII, the 德国 capital city, Berlin, was divided for more than 40 years. In
1989, the Berlin Wall fell 和 reunification took place shortly after in 1990.
Today, 德国y is the center of European commerce 和 culture. 它在地理上是中心的，而且确实是
the second most populous country in Europe with more than 81 million people. 德国经济是
the largest of the European continent 和 the fifth largest in the world according to the World Factbook.
以精度和质量而闻名, 德国y is a leading exporter of machinery, 车辆, 化学物质, 和
Approximately 1/3 of 德国s are Protestants 和 another 1/3 are Roman Catholics. 保持1/3的
are mostly unaffiliated with a very small minority comprised of Muslims, Jewish 和 other non-
基督徒. 的 official language is 德国, but a small percentage of 德国 population speaks
Serbian, Frisian, Romani (an indigenous language), Turkish, Kurdish, 和 Danish.
的 德国 people are industrious 和 efficient. 的y can be idiosyncratic 和 they often place value
结构与精度. 的y manage their time well 和 they thrive on compartmentalizing. 的
德国s are very proud, honest, direct, 和 they rarely admit faults. 他们不像通常那样粗鲁
are thought of them; the 德国s have a sense of humor that is more ironic 和 cynical. 他们的价值
tradition 和 they plan for every contingency.
德国人喜欢啤酒和香肠. 的re are more than 1500 different types of sausage in
德国y 和 it is the birth place of many beer varieties including Pilsner, Weizenbier, 和 Alt. 事实上,
世界上最古老的啤酒厂在巴伐利亚. 德国食物丰富而丰盛. 它通常是由
pork, cabbage, beets, turnips, potatoes 和 sauerkraut. Lunch is traditionally the main meal of the day;
however, that has changed in the modern age. 德国s also have a long tradition for noodles such as
Spatzle 和 dumplings; 和 of course, the 德国s are known for their sweets most notably the
音乐对德国很重要. Many famous composers are well known to the world: Bach, Mozart,
贝多芬，勃拉姆斯，瓦格纳，马勒. 德国y is known for its artistry in printmaking, woodcuts, 和
雕刻. 的re is also a strong presence of architecture including Romanesque, Gothic, Classicist,
德国s celebrate many of the traditional Christian holidays including Easter 和 Christmas.
Additionally, the 德国s are known for its Oktoberfest which begins in September of each year. 的
tradition supposedly began with the wedding of Crown Prince Ludwig of Bavaria to Princess 的rese von
德国 immigrants were among the earliest settlers of Ohio.
Beginning in the 1830s, many 德国s began to migrate into Cincinnati. Many lived in the area known as Over-the-Rhine, 和 that area became an important center for the 德国 immigrant culture. 的re were 德国 churches, clubs, schools, 和 even 德国-language newspapers. 的 first mayor of Cincinnati was a 德国 immigrant from Heidelberg who had served in the U.S. ——大卫·齐格勒，1802年当选.
的 strong 德国 presence in Cincinnati also caused strife for Cincinnatians. In 1855, a Nativist mob rioted in the 德国 neighborhood. But they were met with armed 德国 militia near Vine street.
的 1950s saw a second wave of 德国 immigrants coming to Cincinnati. Today, nearly half of all Cincinnati population claims some 德国 ancestry. 德美公民联盟是
总部在辛辛那提. 的 Tyler Davidson Fountain (located on Fountain Square downtown) was produced in Munich, 和 Cincinnati boasts the largest Oktoberfest celebration (outside of Munich).
In keeping with the 德国 tradition for their love of beer, Cincinnati is also the home of a number of breweries including Christian Moerlein 和 Hudephol. 的re is also a rich history of 德国 food here in Cincinnati including the Mecklenburg Gardens, 成立于1865年, 以及肯塔基州新港的Hofbrauhaus.
的 blog is in part of the Mission Continues blog series, written by Jin Kong 和 therefore all words 和 thoughts are his own 和 not a reflection of GCWAC.