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Arch architect

16 June 2017 By Olaf Storbeck

The former chancellor, dead at 87, was one of Europe’s pre-eminent postwar leaders. He was an architect of his country’s reunification and Europe’s common currency. Kohl also gave Angela Merkel, then an unknown East German chemist, her big political break. His work will endure.

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