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niconz🌙 Jan 17
Happy 🎉❤️
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Eileen O’Sullivan Jan 19
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Andra Crome 🇪🇺 Jan 21
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Claire Smith Jan 19
Celebrating 100 years of women's votes in Germany.
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Sez Mikailian-Trefz​ Jan 17
Happy Germany! 🎉
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Pia O‘Connell Jan 17
😂 it’s funny cause it’s true
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Julia Kittel Jan 19
Unbelievable.... Posters against giving women the right to vote from 1971
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Ambassador Peter Wittig Jan 19
Today marks 100 years of women's suffrage in Germany: on 19 January 1919 women were allowed to vote and be elected for the first time. It was a first step to equality between men and women and a truly great moment for German democracy.
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Benedikt Schmidt Jan 19
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German Embassy Jan 19
100 years ago, on 19 January 1919, women in Germany were able to vote and stand for election for the first time – a major milestone in German ! An important anniversary, not just for women. 👩🗳️
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Leyla Sönmez Jan 18
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Martin Speer Jan 19
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Johanna Agci Feb 18
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Michael Siebert Mar 8
Did you know that the Democratic Republic, established on 28th of May 1918, was the first country in the whole East to provide w/ the ? Happy international women’s day!
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Nina Badur Jan 17
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Doris Wagner 💚☕️ Jan 19
Replying to @KathaSchulze
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Ifortix-Studio Jan 17
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Irene Kirchner Jan 31
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QAhmad Jan 17
100 years ago women in Germany were able to cast a vote for the first time. Made possible by the struggle of many courageous women like Marie . Who in 1919 was the first woman to be able to address the Weimar National Assembly:
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Nicola Popovic Jan 20
As we celebrate a century of the right to vote for women Foreign Minister recognizes that there is still a lot to do in terms of equality in parliament&equal pay. Of course these are concerns that are relevant to all Ministries and beyond
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