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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 had already got underway at the start of the 1950s. Likewise, Adenauer sought contacts early on with the political representatives of France. It would be an exaggeration to talk about reconciliation as early as the 1950s. The best one could hope for at this time was a policy of mutual understanding. French suspicion of the Germans was still considerable. One can hardly talk of reconciliation, given the still fresh experience of the war. In France in the first years after the war, the ‘German danger’ was seen as greater than the potential threat from the Soviet Union –a drastic misjudgement of the situation.

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これは、1950年代の初めにすでに始まっていました。 同様に、アデナウアーは早くからフランスの政治代表との接触を求めていました。 1950年代という早い時期に、和解について話すことは、大げさでしょう。 この時期に望み得る最高は、相互理解の方針でした。 フランス人のドイツ人に対する懐疑心は、まだかなりのものでした。 戦争のまだ生々しい経験を考えれば、和解についてほとんど話すことができないのです。 戦後の最初の数年のフランスでは、著しく状況を誤って判断したことですが ― 『ドイツの危険』は、ソビエト連邦からの潜在的脅威より大きいように見なされました。

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