GERMANY AND ITS PEOPLE
"Scheltet mir nicht die Deutschen! Wenn sie auch Träumer sind, so haben doch manche unter ihnen so schöne Träume geträumt,
daß ich sie kaum vertauschen möchte gegen die wachende Wirklichkeit unserer Nachbarn."
Germany is a diverse country with a long history and tradition. German composers like Bach, Beethoven, Brahms, Schuhmann, and Wagner are known around the globe, and
the works of Goethe, Schiller, and Schopenhauer are well honored. As a predominantly Christian country, Germany is shaped by many protestant and catholic traditions and holidays where people come
together to have a good time. Today, German architecture reflects the rich history and cultural heritage of the nation. In general, Germans of all backgrounds are well-disposed people who
cultivate good manners and emphasize family and friends. It is not a stereotype that Germans embrace the values of courtesy, industriousness, and order. Germans take pride in their work, and
their products and services are characterized by quality. Germany's good reputation is also based on the export of high technology products. The slogan "Made in Germany" has become a
promise of good quality. Germany is the most powerful economy in Europe and one of the largest national economies worldwide, characterized by a skilled workforce and entrepreneurship. Education
plays a vital role in German society. The people are social and also libertine. Another great virtue is that people are straightforward and don't like to beat around the bush.