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Division and Detente


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During the 30 years since the creation of a constitution for the new state of Federal Germany, has the priority accorded to Western integration given way to an independent policy of negotiation with the Soviet Union?
With DR WALTER HALLSTEIN , Secretary of State in the Foreign Office from 1951-8; DR WILHELM GREWE , Bonn's Ambassador to Washington from 1958-62; HORST EHMKE , Head of the Federal Chancellor's Office from 1969-72; RICHARD VON WEIZSÄCKER a vice-president of the Bundestag; DR THEO SOMMER, Editor of Die Zeit in Hamburg; and JOACHIM BÖLKE, Political Editor of Der Tagesspicgel
Presented by Michael Charlton
(Cultural Life in West Germany: 29 October)


Unknown: Dr Walter Hallstein
Unknown: Dr Wilhelm Grewe
Unknown: Horst Ehmke
Unknown: Richard von Weizsäcker
Unknown: Dr Theo Sommer
Unknown: Joachim Bölke
Presented By: Michael Charlton
Producer: Richard Ellis

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Division and Detente

BBC Radio 3, 21 October 1979 20.00

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