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The Saddled Cow: East Germany's Life and Legacy (edition 1992)

by Anne McElvoy (Author)

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As The Times correspondent in East Berlin, the author of this book witnessed the collapse of the communist state and the unification of Germany. In this book, she explores Germany's history, drawing on exclusive interviews with spies, politicians and dissidents.
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Title:The Saddled Cow: East Germany's Life and Legacy
Authors:Anne McElvoy (Author)
Info:Faber & Faber (1992), 288 pages
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Tags:History, Social History, Germany, East Germany

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As The Times correspondent in East Berlin, the author of this book witnessed the collapse of the communist state and the unification of Germany. In this book, she explores Germany's history, drawing on exclusive interviews with spies, politicians and dissidents.

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