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これらの文がうまく訳せなくて困っています。助けてください。よろしくお願いします。 This observation was not lost on the CDU either. Even in Adenauer’s own party there was opposition to his one-sided policy. Adenauer carried the day by raising the spectre of the Communist danger and by the assurance that he was not in favour of carrying out ‘any experiments’, and gained the support of the citizens of the Federal Republic. In the second Bundestag elections on 6 September 1953 the CDU/CSU achieved an increased number of votes and in 1957, as already mentioned, even gained an absolute majority. Adenauer placed notable emphasis on the establishment of ties with representatives of the state of Israel, tied above all to the recognition and readiness to make reparations

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彼の監視は、CDU(キリスト教民主同盟)に対しても失われませんでした。 アデナウアーの自身の党でさえ、彼の一方的な政策への反対が、ありました。 アデナウアーは、共産党の危険さの恐怖心をあおることによって、そして、彼が『いかなる実験も』行うことに賛成でなかったと断言することによって選挙に勝利をおさめて、連邦共和国の住民の支持を得ました。 1953年9月6日の2回目の連邦議会選挙では、CDU/CSU(キリスト教社会同盟)は、獲得票数を伸ばし、1957年には、すでに述べたように、絶対多数さえ獲得しました。 アデナウアーは、とりわけ補償をする認識と準備を結びつけて、イスラエル国の代表との結びつきを確立したことを著しく強調しました。

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