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(C Row) French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (7th L), German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) French President Francois Hollande (C-R), German President Joachim Gauck (3rd R) and his partner Daniela Schadt (2nd L) and members of the German and French arrive arrive for a concert at the Berliner Philarmonie Concert Hall on January 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany as part of the celebrations marking the 50 years of the Elysee Treaty, a French-German cooperation launched after WWII.In signing the landmark treaty on January 22, 1963, then French president Charles de Gaulle and West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer sealed a new era of reconciliation between the former foes which has since driven European unity. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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(C Row) French Prime Minister Jean-Marc Ayrault (7th L), German Chancellor Angela Merkel (C) French President Francois Hollande (C-R), German President Joachim Gauck (3rd R) and his partner Daniela Schadt (2nd L) and members of the German and French arrive arrive for a concert at the Berliner Philarmonie Concert Hall on January 22, 2013 in Berlin, Germany as part of the celebrations marking the 50 years of the Elysee Treaty, a French-German cooperation launched after WWII.In signing the landmark treaty on January 22, 1963, then French president Charles de Gaulle and West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer sealed a new era of reconciliation between the former foes which has since driven European unity. AFP PHOTO / BERTRAND LANGLOIS (Photo credit should read BERTRAND LANGLOIS/AFP/Getty Images)
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January 22, 2013
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