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Infographics for a [German] birthday (InfographicsNews)

Thursday, July 9th, 2009

[Editors note: Even though the German “nation” has been around for most of modern European history, their nation-state just celebrated it’s 60th birthday. Dynamic charting and mapping with a color palette harmonized with the German tri-color.]

Republished from InfographicsNews.

Golden Section, Jan Schowchow’s infographics service, celebrated the 60 years of German democracy with this graphic. Smart, complete, modern…

The diagram shows the most important demographic and economic change since the foundation of the Federal Republic of Germany in 1949. The number of inhabitants almost doubled in 60 years. But one thing remains steady: Only half the population gains the gross domestic product that grows up to 2.425 billion Dollars in 297. One of the most populated areas in Germany is North Rhine-Westphalia with 18 million inhabitants.

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