No. Because since Friedrich Wilhelm III (1770 - 1840) our "rememberance day" has been;
der Volkstrauertag: nationaler Trauertag (am vorletzten Sonntag vor dem 1.Advent) zum Gedenken an die Gefallenen beider Weltkriege u. die Opfer des Nationalsozialismus sowie die Opfer von Gewalt und Terror.
Is not QUITE correct. The day was instigated to remember those that fell in the Befrieungskrieg against Napoleon. Franco Prussian, WWI and WWII were added later.
So, sorry, WE got there first. Why should we change our date to suit the U.K?
I am at the point where my file for Einbürgerung goes to the Berlin Senate for decision.
However the Tussi in the Einbürgerungsamt is not happy that on my job applications I have put that I have a 40% Behinderungsgrad, and that I can not do "XYZ" type work.
She sais I should not have done that, as "I was not applying seriously if I did".
Now, as far as I am concerned, if I apply for a job and do NOT declare, where it asks, a disability, then that is unlawful. Indeed, if future problems arise due to that undeclared illness, your insurance is invalid.
Can any one tell me;
1) Is there a German legal web site, similar to this with forae. (I KNOW there is, as I was registered with one. Which appears to have Disappeared.
2) Am I correct in my logic re declarations on a job application?
3) Any one know the act/Article in the Gesetzbuch, that covers it?
ANSWERS CONTAINING LEGAL QUOTES/LAWS E.T.C, IN GERMAN PLEASE.