My Life in Politics by Willy Brandt

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The political life-story of one of the great men of European post-war politics, Willy Brandt. From mayor of West Berlin to Chairman of the Social Democratic Party, foreign minister and eventually chancellor, Brandt's rise in Germany was meteoric, and he won the Nobel Prize in 1971. His autobiography has been translated into 20 languages. 32 pages of photographs.

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Published April 2, 1992 by Hamish Hamilton Ltd. 528 pages
Genres: Biographies & Memoirs, Political & Social Sciences, History, Travel. Non-fiction

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In a rambling but informative memoir, the former chancellor of West Germany and ex-mayor of Berlin details his substantial role in the politics of postwar Europe.

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West German statesman Brandt came to prominence after WW II as mayor of Berlin.

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A segment of the grand bourgeoisie fears the failure of the new Ostpolitik, and the sharpening of internal contradictions within West Germany ...’ It was also possible that the survival of the Brandt government would increase ‘the influence of the GDR on the West German working class and other de...

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