Protest against Egon Krenz being installed as chairman of the State Council outside the State Council building in East Berlin, 24 October 1989.
Source: picture-alliance/dpa/Wolfgang Kumm

United Left

The United Left movement took part in discussions with the government in Berlin with its representatives Thomas Klein (4th r.) and Silvia Müller (3rd r.). Eighth meeting of the Central Round Table at Schönhausen Palace in Berlin, 18 January 1990.
Source: Landesarchiv Berlin/Ingeborg Lommatzsch
Extract from the Böhlen Platform. The four-page founding statement from the United Left movement spread rapidly among the population from the beginning of September 1989. The aims of the United Left were political democracy and a constitutional state, in an explicitly anti-capitalist society.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
Extract from the Böhlen Platform. The four-page founding statement from the United Left movement spread rapidly among the population from the beginning of September 1989. The aims of the United Left were political democracy and a constitutional state, in an explicitly anti-capitalist society.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
Extract from the Böhlen Platform. The four-page founding statement from the United Left movement spread rapidly among the population from the beginning of September 1989. The aims of the United Left were political democracy and a constitutional state, in an explicitly anti-capitalist society.
Source: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
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