Egon Krenz’in Devlet Konseyi’nin Başkanı olarak atanmasına karşı 24 Ekim 1989’da, Doğu Berlin’de Devlet Konseyi binası önünde yapılan protesto.
kaynak: picture-alliance/dpa/Wolfgang Kumm

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Declaration by the Berlin Authors’ Association, 14 September 1989. As the leadership of the GDR refused to comment on the rising tide of people escaping, the writers pointed out that the causes were to be found within the country. They called for a public debate.
kaynak: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
Rock musicians and singer-songwriters in particular were the driving force behind this declaration dated 18 September 1989, calling for political reforms. The musicians read the protest resolution aloud at their concerts, to which the state reacted by banning or calling off the performances.
kaynak: Robert-Havemann-Gesellschaft
Toni Krahl, singer of the band “City”. Krahl was one of the initiators of the protest resolution of 18 September 1989.
kaynak: picture-alliance/ZB/Günter Gueffroy
First signatories of the protest resolution of 18 September 1989: members of “Silly”, a cult band from the late phase of the GDR.
kaynak: ullstein bild/Jazz Archiv Hamburg
First signatories of the protest resolution of 18 September 1989: Konrad “Conny” Bauer, a trombonist and key figure in the GDR’s jazz scene (bottom).
kaynak: Manfred Rinderspacher
Oyuncu Ulrich Mühe, 28 Ekim 1989 tarihinde Alman Tiyatrosu’nda Walter Janka’nın hatıralarından bir bölüm okuyor. Janka, Demokratik Almanya Cumhuriyeti’nde 1956 yılında, göstermelik politik duruşmalarla beş yıl hapis cezasına mahkum edilmişti. Janka, „Schwierigkeiten mit der Wahrheit“ adlı anı kitabında davanın arka planını anlatıyor.
kaynak: Bundesarchiv/183-1989-1029-006/Rainer Mittelstädt
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