Always on the Other Side: A Journalist's Journey from Hitler to Howard's End

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Juergen Corleis, 2008 - History - 200 pages
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Contents

An unexpected visitor 1945
7
At a Nazi school 1939 1945
10
Uncle Alan and Hamburg 1937 1939
13
My mother 1939 1944
18
My father 1914 1945
21
Special Unit PRINZ EUGEN 1945
24
The End of the war 1945
28
My family 1933 1945
31
Start of a television career 1966
102
Ilja Ehrenburg 1967
104
Felix Wankel 1967
106
Martin Niemoeller 1967
110
Rudi Dutschke 1968
113
Cuba 1968
116
Bolivia 1968
119
Argentina 1968
122

Lieutenant Joerg Burg 1943
35
Back in Hamburg 1945 1946
37
Reunited with my mother 1946 1948
40
History in the making 1947 1950
45
What to study? 1950
47
Marburg 19511953
49
Munich 1953
54
Hamburg 1954
56
Ivar Lissner 1954 1964
59
Studentenkurier 1955 1957
62
Moscow 1957
66
Romania 1957
69
Budapest 1957
72
The white man who steals legionnaires 1957
74
Back from Algeria 1958
77
England 1955 1959
80
Ulrike Meinhof 1959 1962
82
Market Research 1956 1964
87
Encountering the Political Police 1963
89
Clearing my name 1963 1966
92
Lord Corleis of Hamburg 1966
96
Freelancing 1966 1968
98
Tough decisions 1968
124
Berlin 1969 1970
127
Reporting history 1971
130
The year of the 10 Million 1970
132
Political involvement 1972
134
With books and guns we change the world 1972
136
Reporting from Eastern Europe 19731980
140
The Paris of the East 1973 1980
143
Encounters in Switzerland
146
German politics 1975 1980
149
Lang Hancock 1979
153
New York 1985
158
Southern Cross Television Productions
161
Bergen Belsen
166
Print Journalism
171
Foreign Correspondents
174
Reflecting on Australian politics
179
Propaganda
185
Gisela
188
Postscript
190
Juergen Corleis Page 3 12032008
191
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