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Willy Brandt: 1913-1992: A Bold Peacemaker

THE HISTORY OF EUROPE IN THE 20th century has been in large measure the story of Germany: its aggressive wars, its humiliating defeats, its miracle of postwar...

Socialists: Never at a Loss for Words

Brandt irks his comrades by molding a movement to his image After fighting broke out in El Salvador, a group of West European Socialists dodged bullets to meet...

World: West Germany Looks to the East

There must be, there can be, and there will be negotiations between Bonn and East Berlin. —Willy Brandt WHEN the new Chancellor of West Germany uttered those...

WEST GERMANY: The Spring of Discontent

German Chancellor Willy Brandt is unhappy. He had hoped to attend next week's Social Democratic congress in Hannover with a renewed sense of strength as a...

West Germany: Attack & Counter

West Germany's Christian Democrats are plainly getting worried about the popularity of West Berlin's fiery Socialist Mayor Willy Brandt, who will be Chancellor...

WEST GERMANY: More Power to Brandt

WEST German Chancellor Willy Brandt and his political allies were far from alone last week in celebrating the outcome of the most significant election in...

World: Germany: The Rocky Road to Recognition

DURING his first nine months in office, West German Chancellor Willy Brandt has been preoccupied with the elaborate orchestration of Ostpolitik, his policy of...

WEST GERMANY: Wagnerian Opening

West German politicians were off and railing against each other last week in a Wagnerian opening to their eight-week national election campaign. Chancellor...

WEST GERMANY: Meeting the Whispers

Last week, opening his campaign to become West Germany's next Chancellor, West Berlin's Socialist Mayor Willy Brandt, 46, decided to meet some ugly whispers...

World: OPEN HOUSE ON THE RHINE

IT was a scene reminiscent of 1829, when Andrew Jackson's mud-booted backwoods supporters swarmed into the White House for Old Hickory's Inaugural Day...

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