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  • Wolfgang Schwanitz (born June 26, 1930) was the last head of the Stasi, the East German secret police. It was officially renamed the "Office for National Security" on November 17, 1989. Unlike his predecessor, Erich Mielke, he did not hold the title "Minister of State Security", but held the title of "Leader of the Office for National Security". (en)
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  • Head of the Stasi
  • Leader of theOffice for National Security
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  • College of the Stasi (en)
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  • Wolfgang Schwanitz (en)
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  • Wolfgang Schwanitz (en)
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  • Head of the Stasi (en)
  • Leader of the Office for National Security (en)
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  • Stasi dissolved (en)
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  • Wolfgang Schwanitz (born June 26, 1930) was the last head of the Stasi, the East German secret police. It was officially renamed the "Office for National Security" on November 17, 1989. Unlike his predecessor, Erich Mielke, he did not hold the title "Minister of State Security", but held the title of "Leader of the Office for National Security". (en)
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  • Wolfgang Schwanitz (en)
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