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eBook Die DDR erzählt: Nine stories from the German Democratic Republic (German Edition) download ISBN: 0245510931
Publisher: Harrap (1973)
Language: German
Pages: 186
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Die DDR erzählt book.

Die DDR erzählt book.

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East Germany, officially the German Democratic Republic, was a state that existed from 1949 to 1990, when the eastern portion of Germany was part of the Eastern Bloc during the Cold War. Commonly described as a communist state in English usage, it described itself as a socialist "workers' and peasants' state

East German soldier Hans Conrad Schumann, was the first to cross from East to West Berlin in August two days after the start of construction of the wall . 1953 May Day celebration poster from the German Democratic Republic

East German soldier Hans Conrad Schumann, was the first to cross from East to West Berlin in August two days after the start of construction of the wall, by Peter Leibing. 1953 May Day celebration poster from the German Democratic Republic. Mai 1953 Berlin (East), 1 May Rally on the of May. Poster Mai (Demonstration at the Stalinallee).

The German Democratic Republic (Studies in European History). DDR: Remembering East Germany. Later chapters cover the dramatic episodes of the 1953 uprising against Soviet dominance and the buildling of the Berlin Wall in 1961.

Prostitution in the German Democratic Republic. Although prostitution in the German Democratic Republic was outlawed in 1968, it was partially tolerated thereafter

Prostitution in the German Democratic Republic. Although prostitution in the German Democratic Republic was outlawed in 1968, it was partially tolerated thereafter. The State Security Service (Stasi) used prostitutes (Mielke’s Maidens) for gaining information. A quotation from Uta Falck summarises prostitution in the GDR as follows: "In the GDR, all parties benefited from prostitution: the rich women, the satisfied suitors, the informed state.

Using simplified sentence structures and a very basic vocabulary, this collection of short stories is carefully crafted to allow even novice learners to appreciate and understand the intricacies of coherent German speech.

The naming of the German Democratic Republic was also a controversial issue, West Germans at first preferring the . Dialectics, Dogmas, and Dissent: Stories from East German Victims of Human Rights Abuse, John Rodden, Penn State Press, 2010, page xi.

The naming of the German Democratic Republic was also a controversial issue, West Germans at first preferring the names Mitteldeutschland ("Middle Germany") and Sowjetische Besatzungszone (Soviet Occupation Zone) abbreviated as SBZ. This only changed under Willy Brandt when West German authorities started using the official name, Deutsche Demokratische Republik or DDR, but many conservative German newspapers .