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Hailey Halvorson
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This 1 page Class Notes was uploaded by Hailey Halvorson on Thursday October 22, 2015. The Class Notes belongs to PHYS 133 at University of California Santa Barbara taught by Staff in Fall. Since its upload, it has received 25 views. For similar materials see /class/227144/phys-133-university-of-california-santa-barbara in Physics 2 at University of California Santa Barbara.

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Date Created: 10/22/15
UCSB Hist 133C Spring 2007 Germany since 1945 1971 1978 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 3 May March 11 Mar 8 June 7 June 9 June 12 June 7 Sept 12 Oct 17 Jan Nov 15 Jan 2 May 17 May 5 June 15 July 13 Aug 19 Aug 26 Aug 4 Sept 7 Sept 10 Sept 11 Sept 18 Sept 24 Sept 25 Sept 2 Oct 4 Oct 7 Oct 9 Oct 16 Oct 18 Oct 23 Oct 24 Oct 27 Oct 30 Oct 1 Nov 4 Nov 6 Nov 9 Nov 20 Nov 28 Nov 3 Dec 7Dec 8 Dec 19 Dec 31 Dec Prof Marcuse Events leading up to the quotTurnquot 1 Wende in East Germany Erich Honecker b 1912 succeeds Walter Ulbricht b 1893 as First Secretary of the SED Honecker recognizes the Lutheran Church of East Germ any as an independent organization Election of Gorbachev as general secretary of the Communist Party of the Soviet Union for example GDR parliamentary elections 9974 turnout 9994 for National Front parties GDR police clash with youths wanting to hear rock concert near wall 3000 demonstrate in E Berlin for demolition of wall in support of Gorbachev Ronald Reagan speaks at the Berlin Wall quotMr Gorbachev tear down this wall quot Honecker in West Germ any agreement to promote exchange of experts broad amnesty in E Germany 24612 prisoners released39 1 Nov easing of import restrictions 100 arrested during official commemoration of Rosa Luxemburg and Karl Liebknecht39s murders members of E Berlin Church of Zion protest restrictions on speech and travel Sputnik popular Soviet news magazine banned in G R 80 arrested at demonstration during LuxLieb anniversary commemoration RL 1918 Freed0m is always the freedom afthase with dissenting opinionsquot vs GDR quotFreedom is the insight into necessityquot Hungary begins demolition of fences at Austrian border 9885 reported voting for National Front candidates at local elections Widespread allegations of fraud by opposition and church leaders monitoring elections Neues Deutschland SED newspaper defends 3 June massacre at Tiananmen Square in China First reports of GDR citizens taking refuge in West German embassies in Budapest Prague E Berlin W German embassy in Budapest closed 181 sought sanctuary there130 emigres in E Berlin 8 Aug During panEuropean scientific conference in Hungary ca 100 GDR citizens cross to Austria Initiative for SocialDem ocratic Organization started at hum an rights seminar Hundreds demonstrate in Leipzig periphery vs center for freedom of travel 80 arrested in East Berlin in demonstration against election fraud First call for public reforms by New Forum Hungary voids agreement with GDR to enforce visa restrictions of GDR citizens in 3 days ca 15000 GDR citizens cross to West39 New Forum quot oun e quot emann Bohley Reich 100 people arrested at Leipzig Monday demonstration 80 representatives of various reform groups meet in Leipzig ca 8 demonstrate in Leipzig for legalization of New Forum freedom to travel 12 arrests Police break up Leipzig demonstration of 10 00025 000 persons 3 Oct visas for refugees in Prague over Train on way to W Germany with 10000 GDR emigres from Prague stormed by Dresden residents Gorbachev arrives in E Berlin for 40th anniversary celebration suggests change see back for quotes quotDanger threatens only those who can39t react to life39s challenges quot Mass arrests to suppress mass protests ca 50 000 demonstrate in Leipzig police do not intervene Honecker vs Masur or Krenz over 100 000 demonstrate in Leipzig 10000 in Dresden 3000 in Berlin Police do nothing Erich Honecker is relieved of all of his offices 250 000 demonstrate in Leipzig Egon Krenz succeeds Honecker meets w New Forum leaders on 26 Oct Travel to Czechoslovakia wo visa possible again prohibited since 3 Oct 500 000 demonstrate in Leipzig 80000 in provincial capital Schwerin for example Krenz in Moscow says unification of two Germanies is not quoton the agenda of historyquot Demonstration of 750000 1 million in Berlin organized by Union of Artists for freedom of expression travel association and free elections Criticism of SED39 speakers Stefan Heym Christa Wolf over 500 000 demonstrate in Leipzig39 aged politburo resigns Hagerldeology is 7739 MielkeStasi is 81 Border to W Berlin is opened tens of thousands cross role of media Schabowski vs Brokaw Demonstrations in many cities against leading role of SED Krenz meets with W German officials Kohl releases 10point plan for new allGerman structure a quotconfederation leading to a federation over Party Central Committee Politburo General Secretary Krenz resigns Gov39t and opposition parties meet at Round Table39 demand dissolution of Stasi elections in May Extraordinary SED Congress elects Gregor Gysi chair Modrow and Berghofer vicechairmen Kohl in Dresden agrees with Modrow to form a quotcontractual communi quot quotWe are the people gt quotWe are one peoplenation quotWir sind das Valk a quotWir sind ein Valk New Year39s celebration at Brandenburg Gate now prim arily demand for unification


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