Session 444: GL4 -> State Crime in East Germany: Facts vs. Fiction or Competing Narratives?
Time: 1:00PM to 2:30 PM on Friday, November 17
Place: H-Merced B
Session Chair: Uwe Ewald, Humboldt University - Berlin
"Wall-Shootings" in the GDR as Social Phenomenon and Manufacturing Guilt: "False Truth"?
by: Uwe Ewald, Humboldt University - Berlin (Corresponding)
East German History in the Mirror of West German Law
by: Inga Markovits, University of Texas - Austin (Corresponding)
The Quiet Mob: 'Perversion of Justice' as Meta-Law
by: Howard De Nike, University of San Francisco (Corresponding)
The Politburo Trial and the Construction of Historical Truth
by: Volkmar Schoeneburg, Humboldt University (Corresponding)
Defence of Political Trials in Germany: A Wasted Effort
by: Ralph Giebeler (Corresponding)
Criminal Prosecution of Former GDR-Jurists From the Perspective of a Defense Lawyer
by: Andreas Wattenberg (Corresponding)

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