Post-war Germany

The textbook covers this in depth:
Division: pp. 259-266;
1950-1969: pp. 277-281
1970-2000: pp. 293-301

The answers to everything!

The Economic Miracle: currency reform, abolition of rationing and lowering of tax rates spurred German economic activity far more than any Marshall Plan aid. A fairly readable article outlining Germany's growth from war loser to economic power.

For interest, perhaps, more so than pressing relevance to an exam question, Der Spiegel looks at the rebuilding phases of Germany, starting with the new hills that contain the rubble from WWII, to the immediate post-war need to accommodate people from 6.5 million ruined apartments and more refugees, to reunification building, and now a more critical view of the cities and their historical past and what the leaders and citizens would like them to be.

And while on Spiegel, their WWII index. Interesting to see things from a German perspective!
Some interesting articles there from a TOK perspective too (is it too late to care about TOK?!), such as the German response to a British memorial of bomber crew (ie, British are celebrating those who flew into Germany and dropped bombs, killing 500,000 civilians, destroying many of the buildings and much of the infrastructure, flattening entire cities. How do you think the Germans feel?)

Berlin 1945-1971: A year by year account of key accounts in the 'old' capital