German-Russian or Russian-German (with or without hyphen) may refer to: Germany–Russia relations Germans in the old Russian Empire or present-day.
The Eastern Front of World War II was a theatre of conflict between the European Axis powers.. and modern Russia, while in Germany it was called the Eastern Front (German: die Ostfront), or the German-Soviet War by outside parties.
For decades, the Friendship pipeline has delivered oil from Russia to Europe, heating German homes even in the darkest days of the Cold War.
For centuries, Russians and Germans have been torn by mutual feelings of attraction and repulsion, fear and embrace, conflict and harmony.
The relationship between Germany and Russia, according to official portrayals in Berlin, is one of 'strategic partnership' supplemented by. 'modernisation.
Politicians and energy experts say Nord Stream 2 will make Europe reliant on Russian gas.
Right before the Helsinki meeting with Putin, Trump claimed Germany is “totally controlled” by Russia, citing the extensive oil and gas trade.
Germany has a history from the Cold War of working with Russia on energy projects as a form of diplomacy.