East German People’s Revolt 1953
In 1953 a strike by building workers in East Berlin against higher production targets quickly grows into a mass demonstration against the East German Communist Government. Further strikes and demonstrations spread though out East Germany as East Germans protest against years of Communist rule. However the next day in East Berlin another demonstration by East Berliners is meet with gunfire from Soviet tanks, hundreds are killed, thousands are arrested, many are sentenced to long terms of imprisonment. A biography of Walter Ulbricht the Communist ruler of East Germany.
To be published on Saturday 21st December 2019