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“Props to some reporter we've never heard of (whose fake name is literally Spanish for "deutschmark,") for putting together this heelarious couplet, of irony: ”
“The kroon was always meant to be a deutschmark in all but graphic design," he says.”
“In Germany, 30% of voters now want the return of the deutschmark.”
“The euro was accepted reluctantly by the Germans in place of the deutschmark, as a talisman of European union and a way of protecting Germany's export markets across Europe.”
“The reason was that many were against it and in the case of Germany, not one opinion poll recorded a majority in favour of giving up the deutschmark.”
“Antonia Gugel and her friend Elisabeth Brändl, both in their 80s, are typical of a generation which grew up treasuring the deutschmark.”
“His shop sells two ranges of mugs, one plastered with euro notes, another, also priced at €6.90, depicting the deutschmark.”
“Much has been written about German nostalgia for the deutschmark; last December some stalls at the Christmas market in Berlin's Gendarmenmarkt let punters pay with the old currency in what proved to be a very popular marketing gimmick.”
“We always knew in our heart of hearts that the euro would never be as solid as our deutschmark, but we gave up our beloved currency, which was actually central to our identity, because we believed in the European project so fervently," she says.”
“Earlier this month, 49 percent of people polled by the German newspaper Bild said they want Germany's former currency, the deutschmark, back.”
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