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Later he was a founding trustee of the Anglo-German Foundation and had a strong belief that reconciliation was essential to prevent future wars.
And it's superbly translated by Ray Cunningham (the former director of the Anglo-German Foundation).
And Ray Cunningham, of the Anglo-German Foundation, said: "Comments of this kind are not helpful for a prospective British foreign minister."
Sponsored by the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society, the editors have brought together an eclectic mix of new empirical research, previously published work and more exploratory conceptual pieces.
This was the initial focus of a recent comparative study of Manchester and Leipzig undertaken for the Anglo-German Foundation. (1) Unsurprisingly, we found neither of the case study cities was about to contemplate planning such a future.
First, the evidence from the Anglo-German Foundation (AGF) research is that the recovery of population in both Leipzig and Manchester is at best weak and that both Manchester and Leipzig face a constant challenge from their suburban hinterland.
The research was financed by the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society and carried out between 1996 and, 1998.
We greatly appreciate the support of the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society in carrying out the research on which this article is based.
Economic and Social Re search Council and by the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society.
A recent report from the Anglo-German Foundation for the Study of Industrial Society says that British workers work far longer hours than our German counterparts.
The two-year joint Anglo-German study on which this article is based was funded in Britain by the Anglo-German Foundation and in Germany by the Deutsche Forschungsgemeinschaft and the Centre for European Economic Research, Mannheim.
The Anglo-German Foundation is again showing its major interest in comparative small business research.
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