East german olympics

There were no staff-related consequences for the international debacle at the Munich Olympics. In a July 2012 issue, the German news magazine Der Spiegel described the line taken by the German Foreign Ministry on September 7, two days after the hostage crisis: "Mutual recriminations must be avoided. No self-criticism either." Manfred Schreiber was the chief of Munich's police until 1983 when he began a career in the German Interior Ministry. Police psychologist Georg Sieber, however, resigned from the police force on September 5, 1972.

By the 1970s, the Stasi had decided that the methods of overt persecution that had been employed up to that time, such as arrest and torture, were too crude and obvious. It was realised that psychological harassment was far less likely to be recognised for what it was, so its victims, and their supporters, were less likely to be provoked into active resistance, given that they would often not be aware of the source of their problems, or even its exact nature. Zersetzung was designed to side-track and "switch off" perceived enemies so that they would lose the will to continue any "inappropriate" activities.

As West Germany was reorganised and gained independence from its occupiers, the German Democratic Republic was established in East Germany in 1949. The creation of the two states solidified the 1945 division of Germany. [25] On 10 March 1952, (in what would become known as the " Stalin Note ") Stalin put forth a proposal to reunify Germany with a policy of neutrality, with no conditions on economic policies and with guarantees for "the rights of man and basic freedoms, including freedom of speech, press, religious persuasion, political conviction, and assembly" and free activity of democratic parties and organizations. [26] This was turned down; reunification was not a priority for the leadership of West Germany, and the NATO powers declined the proposal, asserting that Germany should be able to join NATO and that such a negotiation with the Soviet Union would be seen as a capitulation. There have been several debates about whether a real chance for reunification had been missed in 1952.

The issues of various ‘German Areas’ are even more popular. There are many collectors specialized in the German Post Offices Abroad and German Colonies, World War I and World War II Occupations, Plebiscite Areas, 19th Century local Private City Posts (Stadtposts) etc. Turbulent political or economic situation is often reflected in philately. For example, German hyperinflation in 1923 when postal rates were changed almost on daily basis can be documented by various surcharges and provisional local handstamps, German conquests in both World Wars can be followed on various occupation and feldpost issues, German retreats from the occupied territories by various ‘Liberation’ issues, chaos in Germany at the end of the World War II by numerous overprinted or definitive local issues, currency reform in 1948 by handstamps in the Soviet Zone.

But Götz had no regrets and went on to win the UEFA Cup in 1988 with his new West German team, Bayer Leverkusen. But life in the West did not mean he, or others, had escaped the clutches of the Stasi (indeed, he later found out that the Stasi had, within their files, photographs of his new home in West Germany). Cases of defectors drugged and smuggled back East, although rare, were not unheard of. A friend of Götz in West Germany, a fellow East German, was killed in a car accident. Götz, suspecting it was no accident, feared for his own life.

East german olympics

east german olympics

The issues of various ‘German Areas’ are even more popular. There are many collectors specialized in the German Post Offices Abroad and German Colonies, World War I and World War II Occupations, Plebiscite Areas, 19th Century local Private City Posts (Stadtposts) etc. Turbulent political or economic situation is often reflected in philately. For example, German hyperinflation in 1923 when postal rates were changed almost on daily basis can be documented by various surcharges and provisional local handstamps, German conquests in both World Wars can be followed on various occupation and feldpost issues, German retreats from the occupied territories by various ‘Liberation’ issues, chaos in Germany at the end of the World War II by numerous overprinted or definitive local issues, currency reform in 1948 by handstamps in the Soviet Zone.

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