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Title East Germany [electronic resource].
Published [Mosman] : IMinds, 2010.
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Description 1 online resource (1 sound file)
Series History (iMinds (Firm))
Note Unabridged.
Audio file.
Title from image on Web page (viewed Dec. 27, 2010).
Local Note Title generously provided by Campus Quality Fee.
Performer Read by Hamish Hughes.
Summary In East Germany, it was not uncommon to hear of secret police patrolling the streets dressed as civilians. It was not unusual to find hidden cameras lying in garbage cans. Artistic expression often led to a prison sentence, while learning about the outside world came only through censored films. Though East Germany was also known for its music and athletes, police brutality and economic depression dominated the international news. Fear and scarcity were daily realities for the people of the East Germany, also known as the German Democratic Republic; and this despite the great cultural achievements of the country and the immense Soviet power behind it.
Subject Germany (East) -- History.
Germany (East) -- Politics and government.
Germany (East) -- Economic conditions.
Genre Audiobooks.
Related Names Hughes, Hamish, Narrator.
IMinds (Firm)
Related Title Audiobook collection (EBSCO).
ISBN 9781441681928 (electronic audio bk.)
1441681922 (electronic audio bk.)
OCLC number 694370090