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Honecker

(German ˈhɒnɛkər)
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(Biography) Erich (ˈeːrɪç). 1912–94, German statesman; head of state of East Germany (1976–89)
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1991 - Former East German leader Erich Honecker is offered asylum in North Korea.
East Germany's communist leader Erich Honecker quit after 18 years.
Manipulating children is something we normally associate with people like Erich Honecker.
El grabado por supuesto recuerda a la escena en la que Erich Honecker, presidente de la Repubica Democratica de Alemania, y Leonidas Breznev, de la Union Sovietica, durante el 30 Aniversario de la Republica Democratica Alemana en junio de 1979.
Its constitution provided for a popularly-elected legislature (Volkskammer), with the state ministers of various departments theoretically responsible to it, an administrative executive council (Staatsrat), and a special place for a governing party (the SED) headed by its First Secretary Walter Ulbricht, and after his retirement at age 78 in 1971, by Erich Honecker who served until the revolution in 1989.
Erich Honecker es sin dudas uno de los personajes mas relevantes para entender como se desarrollo la guerra fria durante su etapa final, especificamente en la frontera entre Europa occidental y oriental.
El articulo aborda el problema internacional que genero la entrada de Erich Honecker a la embajada chilena en Moscu en 1991.
Painted on the side of a building in Bristol, south-west England -- home of the celebrated graffiti artist Banksy -- the image reprises a 1979 photograph of Soviet leader Leonid Brezhnev and East German President Erich Honecker kissing, which was later turned into a mural on the Berlin Wall.
Such comments evoke memories of Germany's Cold War division when guards in the communist East, led by Erich Honecker, were under orders to shoot people attempting to cross the heavily fortified border into the West.
Su influencia convencio al lider Erich Honecker, secretario general del Partido Comunista de la RDA.
For example, Pinochet in Chile, Idi Amin in Uganda, Ben Ali in Tunisia and Erich Honecker in East Germany, they tried him, he was sentenced and then pardoned.
Approximately 150 women (7) signed an open letter (Eingabe) (8) to Erich Honecker, Chairman of the State's Council of the GDR, arguing against military service in case of war (Behrend 2).