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West Germany was able to sustain the Hallstein Doctrine for long because of the power of the deutsche mark, refusing to have relations with any country that had links with East Germany.
The Icelandic ambassador to Bonn presented his credentials in East Berlin, becoming the first NATO ambassador, probably the first diplomat of any stripe, and probably the last as well, to be concurrently accredited to two German capitals from Bonn, in an ironic reversal of the Hallstein Doctrine that had been in force in a long-ago world.