Wilhelmstrasse


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Wilhelmstrasse

1. a street in the centre of Berlin, where the German foreign office and other government buildings were situated until 1945
2. Germany's ministry of foreign affairs until 1945
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His initial telegraphic instructions to the Wilhelmstrasse began with a request to issue a partial denial.
And in the United States, newspaper hostility to Germany rose to such a pitch that von Holleben, conquering his usual fear of annoying the kaiser, sent a concerned cable to the Wilhelmstrasse.
The building is situated on Wilhelmstrasse, on the site of the original British Embassy first used by diplomats in 1875 but destroyed in the Second World War.
Susanne Winkler, Seminar fur Englische Philologie, Wilhelmstrasse 50, 72074 Tubingen, Germany.
1] Department of Pharmacology, Faculty of Medicine, University of Tubingen, Wilhelmstrasse 56, D-72074 Tubingen, Germany.
3 The British one was round the corner in Wilhelmstrasse, A new one is being built on the site by Michael Wilford.
In the Wilhelmstrasse he faced snobbish career diplomats who disliked his every move.
Contract notice: Restoration and repair of the roofs of detlev rohwedder house, federal ministry of finance, wilhelmstrasse 97, 10117 berlin, performance image technical equipment, plant groups 1, 2, 3, 7 and 8 acc.
In Berlin, the new Embassy in the Wilhelmstrasse which was completed in 2000 on the site of the old, and destroyed by British bombs in 1944, was designed by Michael Wilford and is a worthy successor to the 19th-century neoclassical palace that once stood there.
The address: Wilhelmstrasse 77, the residence of the Fuhrer.
He recalled: "We went through the Brandenburg Gate and onto the Wilhelmstrasse, which is the Whitehall of Berlin.