Free German Youth Broadside
Scope and Contents
The Free German Youth Broadside, originally written in German with a typed translation included as part of the collection, is titled "Proposal of a Resolution by Knud Ahlborn and Frank Glatzel". The Free German Youth Broadside is printed in German on a 9.25x6 inch single sheet of paper.
Language of Materials
Originally written in German. Typed translation included as part of the collection.
The collection is open for research use.
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The Free German Youth (FDJ) were an East German communist youth organization founded after the end of World War II and the division of Germany by the Iron Curtain of Soviet rule in Eastern Europe. The Free German Youth were affiliated to East Germany's Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED). Erich Honecker, leader of East Germany under the rule of the SED regime, was one of the founders of the FDJ.
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The Free German Youth Broadside, originally written in German with a typed translation included as part of the collection, is titled "Proposal of a Resolution by Knud Ahlborn and Frank Glatzel". The proposal summarizes in the form of a four-point plan the political program of the Free German Youth (FDJ), the youth affiliate to the Communist East German Socialist Unity Party (SED) which ruled East Germany during the era of Soviet control.
This collection was arranged by the creator.
Processed by Phillip Norman; completed April, 2019.
- Free German Youth Broadside, undated
- Phillip Norman
- April, 2019
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