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  • Neues Deutschland (ND) (English: New Germany) is a national German daily newspaper. It was the official party newspaper of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED), which governed the German Democratic Republic (GDR - East Germany), and as such served as one of the party's most important organs. More than the other newspapers in the GDR, ND not only endorsed all policy decisions of the government, frequently changing its editorial position to support the new party line, but also sought to elevate the prestige of each member of the leadership, perhaps most importantly Erich Honecker.It currently has its headquarters in Berlin and retains a socialist outlook, but it has renounced its former stands. The newspaper is both politically and financially tied to the The Left (Die Linke) party, an indirect heir to the SED, which owns the publishing house and printing presses. (en)
  • Neues Deutschland (ND) (English: New Germany) is a German daily newspaper, currently headquartered in Berlin.The newspaper was originally the official party newspaper of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED), which governed East Germany (officially known as the German Democratic Republic), and as such served as one of the party's most important organs and originally had a Stalinist political stance; it retained a Marxist-Leninist stance until German reunification in 1990. More than the other newspapers in the GDR, ND not only endorsed all policy decisions of the communist regime, frequently changing its editorial position to support the new party line, but also sought to elevate the prestige of each member of the leadership, perhaps most importantly Erich Honecker; as part of this cult of personality of Honecker, the newspaper could print as many as forty-three photographs of Honecker in a single edition.The Neues Deutschland that existed in East Germany as an official newspaper of the regime had a circulation of 1.1 million as of 1989 and was the communist party's "most important propaganda venue". The Neues Deutschland that exists today is a much smaller newspaper, with a circulation of 25,643 as of 2017. Since 1990 the newspaper has changed its political outlook and now states that it has a democratic socialist political stance. The newspaper is both politically and financially tied to one of its part owners, The Left (Die Linke), which owns the publishing house and printing presses. (en)
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  • Neues Deutschland in 1953 on the death of "the greatest human being of our era, the comrade J.W. Stalin" (en)
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  • Tom Strohschneider (en)
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  • Neues Deutschland (en)
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  • Communio Beteiligungsgenossenschaft eG and Left Party (en)
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  • Neues Deutschland Druckerei und Verlags GmbH (en)
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  • Daily newspaper (en)
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  • Neues Deutschland (ND) (English: New Germany) is a national German daily newspaper. It was the official party newspaper of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED), which governed the German Democratic Republic (GDR - East Germany), and as such served as one of the party's most important organs. (en)
  • Neues Deutschland (ND) (English: New Germany) is a German daily newspaper, currently headquartered in Berlin.The newspaper was originally the official party newspaper of the Socialist Unity Party of Germany (SED), which governed East Germany (officially known as the German Democratic Republic), and as such served as one of the party's most important organs and originally had a Stalinist political stance; it retained a Marxist-Leninist stance until German reunification in 1990. (en)
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