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English: The "Europe of the Six": Belgium, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, France, West Germany and Italy were the founding members of the European Coal and Steel Community (1951), the European Economic Community and the European Atomic Energy Community (both 1957).
Deutsch: Das „Europa der Sechs“: Belgien, die Niederlande, Luxemburg, Frankreich, die Bundesrepublik Deutschland und Italien waren die Gründungsmitglieder der 1951 gegründeten Montanunion sowie der 1957 gegründeten Europäischen Wirtschaftsgemeinschaft und der Europäischen Atomgemeinschaft.
Español: La «Europa de los Seis»: Bélgica, Países Bajos, Luxemburgo, Francia, la República Federal Alemana y Italia – Miembros fundadores de la CECA (1951), CEE (1957) y EURATOM (1957).
Italiano: L'«Europa dei Sei»: Belgio, Olanda, Lussemburgo, Francia, Repubblica Federale Tedesca e Italia – Membri fondatori della CECA (1951), della CEE (1957) e dell' EURATOM (1957).


-- Immanuel Giel 10:35, 11 Apr 2005 (UTC)
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