Hans Mayer
Hans Mayer (March 19, 1907 in Cologne – May 19, 2001 in Tübingen) was a German literary scholar. Mayer was also a jurist and social researcher and was internationally recognized as a critic, author an...
Theodor Liebknecht
Theodor Liebknecht (19 April 1870 - 6 January 1948) was a German socialist politician.
Born in Leipzig in 1870 as the son of Wilhelm Liebknecht and the brother of Karl Liebknecht, Theodor Liebknec...
Erwin Ackerknecht
Erwin Heinz Ackerknecht (1 June 1906, Stettin – 18 November 1988, Zurich) was an active and influential Trotskyist in the 1930s who had to flee Germany in 1933 after Hitler’s rise to power. It was in ...
Paul Frölich
Paul Frölich (1884–1953) was a journalist and left wing political activist who was a founding member of the Communist Party of Germany and founder of the party's paper, Die Rote Fahne. A Communi...
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Gustav Böhrnsen
Gustav Böhrnsen (24 January 1914 – 21 June 1998) was a German politician of the Social Democratic Party (SPD), who served as chairman of the SPD group in the Parliament of Bremen (the Bürgerschaft) fr...
Bernhard Reichenbach
Bernhard Reichenbach (1888 in Berlin – 1975 in London) was a member of the Executive Committee of the Communist International. He was a member of the Communist Workers' Party of Germany and acted as t...
Max Seydewitz
Prof. Max Seydewitz (December 19, 1892 — February 8, 1987) was a German politician (SPD, SAPD and SED). Between 1947 and 1952 he was the Minister-President of Saxony in East Germany).
Max Seydew...
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Willy Brandt
Willy Brandt ([ˈvɪli ˈbʁant]; born Herbert Ernst Karl Frahm; 18 December 1913 – 8 October 1992) was a German statesman and politician, leader of the Social Democratic Party of Germany (SPD) from 1964 ...
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Guillaume Affair
The Guillaume Affair was an espionage scandal in the Cold War history of Germany. The scandal revolved around the exposure of an East German spy within the West German government and had far-reaching ...
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