What Date Did Germany Join the EU?

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Germany joined the European Union at its formation and was among the 6 founding members of the organisation in the year 1957. The other countries that joined at the inception were France, Italy, Belgium, The Netherlands and Luxembourg. The predecessor of the EU was another European organization called the ECSC.
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