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Is Germany’s military unfit for action?

By DW
11 December 2022   |   11:39 am
Following Russia's attack on Ukraine, German leaders vowed to boost the Bundeswehr, by investing an extra €100 billion in equipment and taking on a leading role internationally. But so far, little seems to have happened.

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