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Time man of the year willy brandt-Under Willy Brandt’s leadership the German Government brought about changes in domestic policy. His slogan was “Dare to do more democracy”. Divorce and abortion legislation was reformed, and the voting age reduced from 21 to 18 years. Willy Brandt (left) with his personal assistant, Günter Guillaume, on a fact-finding trip Willy Brandt and Günter Guillaume Photo: Bundesregierung/Wegmann His government also introduced BAFÖG, a federal law concerning financial…

Time man of the year willy brandt-Under Willy Brandt’s leadership the German Government brought about changes in domestic policy. His slogan was “Dare to do more democracy”. Divorce and abortion legislation was reformed, and the voting age reduced from 21 to 18 years. Willy Brandt (left) with his personal assistant, Günter Guillaume, on a fact-finding trip Willy Brandt and Günter Guillaume Photo: Bundesregierung/Wegmann His government also introduced BAFÖG, a federal law concerning financial…

Leonard Bernstein, the renowned conductor, composer and liberal political activist, came to Germany in December 1989 as the Berlin Wall was cracked open and thousands of East Germans poured through to be united with their German brothers and sisters after twenty-eight years of separation. Bernstein was 71, and in failing health. In ten months he would die of cancer. “Lenny,”as he was called by those who knew him, was a magnetic advocate for the belief that music could transform lives and in…

Leonard Bernstein, the renowned conductor, composer and liberal political activist, came to Germany in December 1989 as the Berlin Wall was cracked open and thousands of East Germans poured through to be united with their German brothers and sisters after twenty-eight years of separation. Bernstein was 71, and in failing health. In ten months he would die of cancer. “Lenny,”as he was called by those who knew him, was a magnetic advocate for the belief that music could transform lives and in…

Below is the cover of the June 6, 1971, issue of Stern, a West German magazine based in Hamburg. The issue appeared on newsstands amidst nation-wide protests against the highly controversial Paragraph 218 of the Basic Law, which, almost without exception, defined abortion as a criminal act. Feminist Alice Schwarzer and the "Frauenaktion 70" ["Women's Action 70"], a group of female activists who championed abortion rights, spearheaded the German initiative to bring the issue to the forefront…

Below is the cover of the June 6, 1971, issue of Stern, a West German magazine based in Hamburg. The issue appeared on newsstands amidst nation-wide protests against the highly controversial Paragraph 218 of the Basic Law, which, almost without exception, defined abortion as a criminal act. Feminist Alice Schwarzer and the "Frauenaktion 70" ["Women's Action 70"], a group of female activists who championed abortion rights, spearheaded the German initiative to bring the issue to the forefront…

Winston Churchhill was the defining man for his country in his time. | #> https://de.pinterest.com/bikenova2011/%D1%82%D2%B1%D0%BB%D2%93%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B0%D1%80-persons/

Winston Churchhill was the defining man for his country in his time. | #> https://de.pinterest.com/bikenova2011/%D1%82%D2%B1%D0%BB%D2%93%D0%B0%D0%BB%D0%B0%D1%80-persons/

DDR Soldatin | by SchlangenTieger ^ https://de.pinterest.com/olekkastelik/ddrbrdiii-reich/

DDR Soldatin | by SchlangenTieger ^ https://de.pinterest.com/olekkastelik/ddrbrdiii-reich/

Performing Civil Service (1986)-On January 20, 1960, under pressure from pacifists, the “Law on a Civil Alternative to Military Service for Conscientious Objectors” was enacted. The idea was for this service to be carried out in social and charitable institutions like hospitals. The first recognized conscientious objectors began their alternative service in April 1961. Its name was officially changed to Civil Service after passage of the “Third Law on Modifying the First Law on the Civil…

Performing Civil Service (1986)-On January 20, 1960, under pressure from pacifists, the “Law on a Civil Alternative to Military Service for Conscientious Objectors” was enacted. The idea was for this service to be carried out in social and charitable institutions like hospitals. The first recognized conscientious objectors began their alternative service in April 1961. Its name was officially changed to Civil Service after passage of the “Third Law on Modifying the First Law on the Civil…

Karl-Wolfgang Holzapfel on 3 day fast in memorial to Peter Fechter, the first Berliner killed by the communists when trying to escape over the Berlin Wall, 4/63.

Karl-Wolfgang Holzapfel on 3 day fast in memorial to Peter Fechter, the first Berliner killed by the communists when trying to escape over the Berlin Wall, 4/63.

497 1963/12 : Residents of West Berlin queueing and waiting to receive their pass in order to spend Christmas with their relatives living in East Berlin. Photo: Angelo... https://de.pinterest.com/lindahickers/cold-war/

497 1963/12 : Residents of West Berlin queueing and waiting to receive their pass in order to spend Christmas with their relatives living in East Berlin. Photo: Angelo... https://de.pinterest.com/lindahickers/cold-war/

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