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

Occupying the Stasi Headquarters

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The dreaded Ministry for State Security (MfS) – popularly called the Stasi – was renamed Office for National Security (AfNS – Nasi) on 17 November 1989. Unlike all subordinate offices, the headquarters in East Berlin was able to continue operating unhindered up until January 1990. On 15 January demonstrators responded to New Forum’s call to brick up the entrances to the building in a symbolic act.
источник: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
Демонстранты 15 января 1990 года в штаб-квартире Министерства государственной безопасности в Восточном Берлине. Выйти на эту акцию протеста против «Штази» граждан призвал «Новый форум».
источник: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Rolf Walter
A demonstration in front of the gates of the headquarters of the state security service on 15 January 1989 ended with occupation of the building.
источник: Rolf Zöllner
A demonstration in front of the gates of the headquarters of the state security service in East Berlin on 15 January 1990 ended with occupation of the building.
источник: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft/Andreas Klug
In January 1990 the East Germans conquered the Office for National Security. This marked the fall of the last bastion of the communist regime of oppression.
источник: Thomas Sandberg/OSTKREUZ
The dreaded Ministry for State Security (MfS) – popularly called the Stasi – was renamed Office for National Security (AfNS – Nasi) on 17 November 1989. Unlike all subordinate offices, the headquarters in East Berlin was able to continue operating unhindered up until January 1990. On 15 January demonstrators responded to New Forum’s call to brick up the entrances to the building in a symbolic act.
источник: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
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