By Michael Brettin,Peter Kroh,Eva Schweitzer,Steven Kinzer,Otto Donath,Cindy Opitz
Dr. Michael Brettin, born 1964, studied historical past, Politics and Slavistics and graduated with a PhD in heritage from Hamburg collage. His dissertation tested the nationality query within the Soviet Union less than Gorbachev. he's additionally a graduate of the Hamburg university of Journalism (Henri-Nannen-Schule). at the moment, he capabilities as a piece editor for the day-by-day newspaper ,,Berliner Kurier”. His paintings at the heritage of The Berlin Wall was once released in twelve concerns and as undefined. He lives together with his spouse, his daughter and his son in Berlin.
About Otto Donath
Otto Donath was once born in Berlin in 1898. in the course of international battle II, he labored as a photographer for the propaganda corporation of the Wehrmacht corporation 689. After 1945, he took photographs first for the Soviet military, later for a couple of newspapers and magazines in East Berlin, between them Neue Berliner Illustrierte and Für Dich. He died in 1971, in Berlin.
About Peter Kroh
Peter Kroh, born in 1950, has labored as a photograph reporter for a few East German newspapers, between them Junge Welt in Berlin, and Thüringer Allgemeine. In 1995, after the Berlin Wall had come down, he moved to the German capital to paintings for Berliner Kurier. Kroh turned the picture editor of the paper. at the present time, he's retired. He lives in a small city close to Berlin.
About Stephen Kinzer
Stephen Kinzer is an award-winning international correspondent who has lined greater than 50 nations, generally for the hot York instances. He used to be leader of the Berlin bureau among 1990 and 1996. at the present time, he's a traveling fellow at Brown collage. His most up-to-date booklet is “The Brothers: John Foster Dulles, Allen Dulles, and Their mystery global War.”
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