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Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker — EAST GERMANY. 1974. Baby strollers at Greifswald with SED propaganda poster at 25th anniversary of DDR.

Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker — EAST GERMANY. 1974. Baby strollers at Greifswald with SED propaganda poster at 25th anniversary of DDR.

Wartende vor eine Fleischerei in Ostberlin. Foto, undat. (um 1985).

Wartende vor eine Fleischerei in Ostberlin. Foto, undat. (um 1985).

Betrachtet man dieses Bild so kann man verstehen, wieso so viele gerade junge Menschen unter Einsatz ihres Lebens versuchten in den Westen zu kommen.

Betrachtet man dieses Bild so kann man verstehen, wieso so viele gerade junge Menschen unter Einsatz ihres Lebens versuchten in den Westen zu kommen.

GDR Advertising Trabant

GDR Advertising Trabant

Für ihn bricht eine Welt zusammen.

Für ihn bricht eine Welt zusammen.

Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker — EAST GERMANY. The streets of medieval Mehlhausen's old city center in Thuringia are adorned with flags.

Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker — EAST GERMANY. The streets of medieval Mehlhausen's old city center in Thuringia are adorned with flags.

Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker —East Berlin. 1975. Boy in a Backyard Sophienstraße Berlin-Mitte.

Magnum Photos — Thomas Hoepker —East Berlin. 1975. Boy in a Backyard Sophienstraße Berlin-Mitte.

Aleksanderplatz, Berlin DDR - Heimatkunde Klasse 3/DDR-Lehrbuch/1975/Volk und Wissen/DDR - Titelbild: Alexanderplatz mit Weltzeituhr

Aleksanderplatz, Berlin DDR - Heimatkunde Klasse 3/DDR-Lehrbuch/1975/Volk und Wissen/DDR - Titelbild: Alexanderplatz mit Weltzeituhr

DDR Pioniere-The Ernst Thälmann Pioneer Organisation, consisting of the Young Pioneers and the Thälmann Pioneers, was a youth organisation of schoolchildren aged 6 to 14, in East Germany. They were named after Ernst Thälmann, the former leader of the Communist Party of Germany who was executed at the Buchenwald concentration camp.  The group was a subdivision of the Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ, Free German Youth), East Germany's youth movement.

DDR Pioniere-The Ernst Thälmann Pioneer Organisation, consisting of the Young Pioneers and the Thälmann Pioneers, was a youth organisation of schoolchildren aged 6 to 14, in East Germany. They were named after Ernst Thälmann, the former leader of the Communist Party of Germany who was executed at the Buchenwald concentration camp. The group was a subdivision of the Freie Deutsche Jugend (FDJ, Free German Youth), East Germany's youth movement.

First-Graders at a School in East Berlin (1979)-The Pioneer Organization “Ernst Thälmann” (named after the former head of Germany’s Communist Party [KPD] who was murdered by the Nazis) included children between the ages of 6 and 13. Pioneers in classes 1-3 were called “Young Pioneers”; those in classes 4-7 were called “Thälmann Pioneers.” The pioneer uniform included a white shirt and a colored neck-tie (blue for the Young Pioneers, red for the Thälmann Pioneers starting in December 1973)…

First-Graders at a School in East Berlin (1979)-The Pioneer Organization “Ernst Thälmann” (named after the former head of Germany’s Communist Party [KPD] who was murdered by the Nazis) included children between the ages of 6 and 13. Pioneers in classes 1-3 were called “Young Pioneers”; those in classes 4-7 were called “Thälmann Pioneers.” The pioneer uniform included a white shirt and a colored neck-tie (blue for the Young Pioneers, red for the Thälmann Pioneers starting in December 1973)…

Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR)

Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR)

An Ossi soldier looking toward the Wessis walks a young girl down a street just after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany, 1990, photograph by Bob Leverone.

An Ossi soldier looking toward the Wessis walks a young girl down a street just after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany, 1990, photograph by Bob Leverone.

A Sunday stroll in the East German city Eisenach: During another trip, the photographer visited the southern parts of East Germany and found charm in the decay.

A Sunday stroll in the East German city Eisenach: During another trip, the photographer visited the southern parts of East Germany and found charm in the decay.

That would Suck ass. East German (GDR) MiG-21SPS Crash - Cottbuse, East Germany - Jan 21, 1975 Pilot refused to eject over a crowded industrial area, finally losing control and crashing into a block of apartments, killing the pilot and six others. 16 other residents were injured. The pilot, Peter Makowica, was posthumously awarded the Combat Medal for his attempt to avoid casualties. via Cold War Soviet Aircraft

That would Suck ass. East German (GDR) MiG-21SPS Crash - Cottbuse, East Germany - Jan 21, 1975 Pilot refused to eject over a crowded industrial area, finally losing control and crashing into a block of apartments, killing the pilot and six others. 16 other residents were injured. The pilot, Peter Makowica, was posthumously awarded the Combat Medal for his attempt to avoid casualties. via Cold War Soviet Aircraft

Infamous plastic Trabant car a relic from the former East Germany now considered a collectible auto

Infamous plastic Trabant car a relic from the former East Germany now considered a collectible auto

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