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date of publication 10.03.15

EINHEIT im Geistigen?

EINHEIT im Geistigen?

Protokolle des Kulturbundes 1945-48
ed. by Siegfried Prokop, Dieter Zänker
Edition Contemporary History
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date of publication 01.12.14

Die MH17-Falle

Die MH17-Falle

Ein Kriminalfall
Wolfgang Eggert
Edition Contemporary History
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date of publication 17.07.14

Flug MH370

Flug MH370

Die Geheimdienstspur
Wolfgang Eggert
Edition Contemporary History
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date of publication 31.08.12

Srebrenica

Srebrenica

Die Geschichte eines salonfähigen Rassismus
Alexander Dorin
Edition Contemporary History
2. überarbeitete und erweiterte edition 2012, 19.90 €


date of publication 19.12.11

Jugoslawische Kriege II

Jugoslawische Kriege II

Vom Kosovokrieg bis heute
Zivojin Dacic
Edition Contemporary History
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Time signal
by Heinz Geyer
40 Years at the Counterintelligence and the Reconnaissance
160 pages, hardback with dust jacket, 2007
Edition Contemporary History volume 8, 12.80 €
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This is the first time the Deputy Chief and last Chief of Staff of the „Hauptverwaltung Aufklärung“ (Head Office Reconnaissance) of the Ministerium für Staatssicherheit (Ministry for State Security), also called MfS or Stasi, pipes up.

Heinz Geyer is now looking back on a very chequered life, a main part of which were his 40 years in reconnaissance and counterreconnaissance.

Even now, 17 years after the GDR ceased to exist, there are still people who fuel a hatred against everything even remotely connected to the former Stasi and cause an internationally unprecedented hysteria, a government agency of 3,000 feeds the media with ever new „discoveries“ about the Stasi and th people who have worked there. People are defamed and condemned wholesale as criminals. A wave of curruption of historical facts is rolling over Germany. Nothing shall ever remind people of the former GDR – at least nothing positive.

Heinz Geyer, born in Silesia (today part of Poland) has experienced the horros of the last two weeks of  WW II and because of this experience, he has been a convinced anti-fascist all of his life and made every effort possible to do his personal bit to help guarantee peace and security in Europe.

Thanks to the works of other authors it is by now common knowledge that the GDR has been right in ther centre of the Cold War, not only during the Cold War era, but already before the GDR was founded. This book tells the story of someone who has been sitting at various switch points of the GDR’s security apparatus. In an authentic way, the reader gets to know not only WHAT he expericenced, but also HOW he felt about it.

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Teja Bernardy schrieb in Neues Deutschland am 24.07. 2008

Ein geplatzter Traum

Das letzte Wort ist noch nicht gesprochen, dieses Markus »Mischa« Wolf zugeschriebene Wort stellt Generalmajor a.D. Heinz Geyer seinen Erinnerungen voran. Der letzte Stabschef der Hauptverwaltung Aufklärung im Ministerium für Staatssicherheit der DDR ist vor Kurzem, am 3. Juni, verstorben; gut, dass er seinen Lebensreport noch rechtzeitig abgelegt hat....

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