Germany Factfile: An encyclopaedia of everything you need to know about Germany, for teachers, students and travellers

by Collins (Author)
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A digital encyclopaedia of Germany packed with essential need-to-know facts. Collins Germany Factfile has been created by the publisher of the authoritative and popular Times Atlas range. Use it to gain an in-depth understanding of Germany, whether you’re learning the facts for the first time or looking to refresh your knowledge.

Use Collins Germany Factfile ebook to discover:

• The most reliable statistical information on topics covering German history, people, government, economy, geography and environment.

• Photographs and graphics illustrate statistics throughout and make information easy to understand. Ideal for teachers and students.

• Historical and present day maps sit alongside in-depth details.

• All information has been carefully researched and comes from the most up-to-date sources.

• Ideal reference for home, school and business, or when travelling to Germany.

Did you know?
The German Autobahn was the first motorway system in the world.

The country’s national plant is the oak.

Germany has the highest population in Europe apart from Russia.

Enhanced learning with Collins Germany Factfile ebook.
• Easy to navigate between pages and topics: click on a chapter in the contents to be taken to its page.

• Facts at your fingertips: search function enables you to go directly to the information you need.

• Follow links to useful websites.

• Zoom into hi-res images for greater detail: view them in full screen.

• Highlight sections of text and add your own notes - save useful information to use again and personalise the encyclopaedia to capture your interests.

• Never lose your page again: bookmark multiple pages for easy access.

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Book details

Publication date
November 24, 2011