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    Kurt Schumacher, chairman of the West-German Social-Democratic Party, who lost a leg and an arm in World War I and spent years in Nazi concentration camps.

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    Kurt Schumacher, chairman of the West-German Social-Democratic Party, who lost a leg and an arm in World War I and spent years in Nazi concentration camps.

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    Kurt Schumacher,chairman of the West-German Social- Democratic Party,who lost a leg and an arm in World War I and spent years in Nazi concentration camps.

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    Kurt Schumacher,chairman of the West-German Social- Democratic Party,who lost a leg and an arm in World War I and spent years in Nazi concentration camps.1951

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    Children in a refugee center in Uelzen, West Germany. Iin 1951 West Germany admitted 9.5 million refugees, mostly from East Germany, a great burden on the struggling economy. Uelzen, 1951.

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    Refugees sharing a meal in a refugee center in Uelzen, West Germany. In 1951 West Germany admitted 9.5 million refugees, mostly from East Germany, a great burden on the struggling economy. Uelzen, 1951.

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    Walther Kolb, mayor of Frankfurt, West Germany, discussing politics with young people.

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    Three miners of the Helene mine in Altenessen have a morning beer and discussion in their favourite pub. Fritz Jansen,center,in checkered shirt,was one of the leaders of the miners' revolt who prevented the SS from blowing up the mine at the end of the war. Altenessen,1951.

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    Street vendor selling used tools on a street in Frankfurt, West Germany, 1951

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    Street vendor selling used tools on a street in Frankfurt, West Germany, 1951.

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    Shops in West German towns carry goods which have not been available since before the war; yet few can afford them.

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    Members of a Social-democratic Youth Group making music. West Germany, 1951

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    Children in a refugee center in Uelzen, West Germany. Refugees are registered at the Uelzen camp; in 1951 West Germany admitted 9.5 million refugees, mostly from East Germany, a great burden on the struggling economy.

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    Children in the refugee center at Uelzen. In 1951 West Germany admitted 9.5 million refugees, mostly from East Germany, a great burden on the struggling economy. Uelzen, 1951.

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    Children in a refugee center in Uelzen, West Germany. Refugees are registered at the Uelzen camp; in 1951 West Germany admitted 9.5 million refugees, mostly from East Germany, a great burden on the struggling economy.

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    Shops in West German towns carry goods which have not been available since before the war; the foodstamp system has been abandoned.

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    West German industry: members of the board of the Krupp steelworks meet in Villa Huegel, the private home of the Krupp family. Essen, 1951.

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    Production line of the 1951 Volkswagen model at the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, West Germany.

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    Production line of the 1951 Volkswagen model at the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, West Germany.

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    Production line of the 1951 Volkswagen model at the Volkswagen factory in Wolfsburg, West Germany.

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    Women wrestling in the "Jungmuehle", a waterfront nightclub on the famous "Reeperbahn" in Hamburg, 1951.

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    Women wrestling in the "Jungmuehle", a waterfront- nightclub on the famous "Reeperbahn" in Hamburg, 1951.

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    Kurt Schumacher, chairman of the West-German Social-Democratic Party, who lost a leg and an arm in World War I and spent years in Nazi concentration camps.

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    Two bouncers at the entrance to a fancy Hamburg nightlub. Hamburg, 1951

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