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The Baader-Meinhof group

the inside story of a phenomenon

by Stefan Aust

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Published by Bodley Head in London .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Germany (West)
    • Subjects:
    • Baader-Meinhof gang,
    • Communists -- Germany (West),
    • Terrorists -- Germany (West)

    • Edition Notes

      StatementStefan Aust ; translated from the German by Anthea Bell.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsHX279 .A7713 1987
      The Physical Object
      Paginationxii, 560 p. ;
      Number of Pages560
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL2461608M
      ISBN 100370310314
      LC Control Number87167839


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The Baader Meinhof Group maintained links with a number of organizations with similar goals in the late s. These included the Palestine Liberation Organization, which trained group members to use Kalashnikov rifles, at a training camp in Germany. Hitler's Children: The Story of the Baader-Meinhof Terrorist Gang - Kindle edition by Becker, Jillian.

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It won the Golden Born: Berndt Andreas Baader, 6 MayMunich. The birth of the Baader-Meinhof Group On May 14thAndreas Baader imprisoned for setting fire to two department stores, was allowed to meet the journalist, Ulrike Meinhof, at the German Central Institute for Social Questions (“Deutsches Zentralinstitut für Soziale Fragen”) to write a.

The Baader-Meinhof group, a left-wing terrorist collective born of the student revolutions of the Sixties, terrorised West Germany with a series of bombings, assassinations and hijackings in the. Red Army Faction, West German radical leftist group formed in and popularly named after two of its early leaders, Andreas Baader (–77) and Ulrike Meinhof (–76).

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The Baader Meinhof Complex (Vitagraph Films), directed by Uli Edel, dramatizes the events of the West German domestic terrorist group that Author: Dana Stevens.

He introduces several key members of the Baader-Meinhof group, includingAndreas Baader, Ulrike Meinhof and Gudrun Ensslin, but they remain disappointingly two. “The Baader Meinhof Complex,” a taut, unnerving, forcefully unromantic fictional film about a West German terrorist group whose founders ran bloodily amok in.

The Baader-Meinhof Group--later known as the Red Army Faction (RAF)--was a violent urban guerilla group which terrorized Germany in the s and '80s, killing 47 people, wound taking hostages, and robbing 35 banks--all in an attempt to bring revolution to the Federal Republic.

Stefan Aust's masterful history of the Group presents the definitive account, capturing a highly complex.

BAADER-MEINHOF The Inside Story of the R.A.F. by Stefan Aust. Stefan Aust’s book Baader-Meinhof: The Inside Story of the R.A.F. was first published in and has defined today’s view of the Red Army Faction’s war against the state like no other book. It is neither a case for the prosecution nor the defence.

It does not proclaim any verdict, either legally or morally. Juleigh Howard-Hobson “I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group” & Other Poems San Francisco: Counter-Currents, pages. There are three formats for “I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group”.

Hardcover: $20 (add $5 for postage, $10 for postage to Canada, Australia, New Zealand, & the Far East); Paperback: $10 (add $5 for postage, $10 for postage to Canada, Australia, New. Allegedly, the surprising source of the name was the Minnesota Pioneer Press online discussion board.

Inone commentator had come across the Baader-Meinhof group two times within 24 hours while he had never heard of them previously. He named. The Baader-Meinhof Group--later known as the Red Army Faction (RAF)--was a violent urban guerilla group which terrorized Germany in the s and '80s, killing 47 people, wound taking hostages, and robbing 35 banks--all in an attempt to bring revolution to the Federal Republic.

Stefan Aust's masterful history of the Group presents the definitive account, capturing a highly complex 4/5(3). The Baader-Meinhof Group--later known as the Red Army Faction (RAF)--was a violent urban guerilla group which terrorized Germany in the s and '80s, killing 47 people, wound taking hostages, and robbing 35 banks--all in an attempt to bring revolution to the Federal Republic.

Juleigh Howard-Hobson’s “I do not belong to the Baader-Meinhof Group” and Other Poems collects 80 formalist poems unified by a strong European, particularly English, ethnic consciousness.

Other prominent themes are ecological awareness, European Nordic neo-paganism, and the cycles of time: the cycles of the seasons, of individual lives. The Baader Meinhof Complex A superficial treatment of the history of the Red Army Faction By Peter Schwarz 30 October Directed by Uli Edel, screenplay by Edel and Bernd Eichinger, based on.

The fractional poster image features heavily in both the recent German-made feature-length movie The Baader Meinhof Complex (remade featuring photos of the movie’s actors), the movie’s associated advertising and the cover of the book on which the film is based: Stefan Aust’s impressively researched and thoroughly-detailed book of the same.

The Baader-Meinhof Group, otherwise known as the Red Army Faction (RAF), represented itself as a small, independent group of heroes taking on not only West Germany but the entire American Empire.

In fact – as has been increasingly well documented in the years since the fall of the Iron Curtain – they were far from independent. It was based on Stefan Aust's masterful book "der Baader-Meinhof Komplex. Aust's book was factual to a fault; it almost reads more like a diary and rarely ever went off into unsupported territory.

It's clear they made the same effort for this movie. The considerably catchier sobriquet Baader-Meinhof phenomenon was invented in by a commenter on the St. Paul Pioneer Press’ online discussion board, who came up with it after hearing the name of the ultra-left-wing German terrorist group twice in 24 phrase became a meme on the newspaper’s boards, where it still pops up regularly, and has since spread to the wider Internet.

Baader-Meinhoff: The Inside Story of the R.A.F., Stefan Aust's book about the Red Army Faction a terrorist group active in West Germany during the 's, offers an interesting counterpoint to John Berger's From A to X reviewed here yesterday/5(13).

Questions for Stefan Aust, Author of Baader-Meinhof: The Inside Story of the R.A.F. Q: Given your background as an editor of Konkret and your previous friendship with Ulrike Meinhof, I’ve always wondered how the original version of your book was received by the left when it first came out.

The Baader-Meinhof Group and other violent underground organizations have provided material to many novels by leading German and international writers. This book is the first to examine this rich literary corpus, treating it as a political unconscious which expresses submerged anxieties and moral blind-spots in Europe's most powerful : Palgrave Macmillan US.

The Baader Meinhof group or Red Army Faction terrified West Germans in the s and s. This book is worth reading because it helps explain German discourse during this time period. The Red Army Faction lasted 28 years from to To anybody interested in Germany history, this book is definitely worth reading to grasp the time period /5(16).

The Baader Meinhof Complex is a pulsing social history of ss Germany, told as sort of a heist movie, in which the Red Army Faction (RAF) forms, rises up, undergoes crisis, splinters, and is ultimately corralled by German police.

The death or jailing of the group's principle members comes at about the point most features are wrapping : Mpi Home Video.

The Baader-Meinhof Group and other violent underground organizations have provided material to many novels by leading German and international writers. This book is the first to examine this rich literary corpus, treating it as a political unconscious which expresses submerged anxieties and moral blind-spots in Europe's most powerful : Palgrave Macmillan US.

The Baader Meinhof Complex A look at Germany's terrorist group, The Red Army Faction (RAF), which organized bombings, robberies, kidnappings and assassinations in the late s and '70s.

Based on Stefan Aust's best-selling nonfiction book. First UK edition first impression in near fine condition. This is an Ex-Library copy. There’s a library inscription and a previous owner’s to front end paper, rest of pages clear, no markings, binding firm.

Dust jacket in removable protective sleeve. Please see pictures. Paypal accepted, any questions get in touch. Baader‐Meinhof group Source: A Dictionary of Contemporary World History Author(s): Christopher Riches, Jan Palmowski. An *anarchist West German terrorist movement, founded by Andreas Baader (–77) and Ulrike Meinhof (–76), which aimed to show that terrorist attacks would reveal the true repressive nature of the West German state.

The Baader-Meinhof Group-later known as the Red Army Faction (RAF)-was a violent urban guerilla group which terrorized Germany in the s and '80s, killing 47 people, wound taking hostages, and robbing 35 banks-all in an attempt to bring revolution to the Federal Republic.4/5(K).

Johnson Production Group Recommended for you Die Geschichte der RAF E02 - Die Jagd auf die Baader Meinhof Bande [Doku HD Deutsch] - Duration: The Baader Meinhof Complex (German: Der Baader Meinhof Komplex) is a German film by Uli film is based on the German best selling non-fiction book of the same name by Stefan Aust.

It retells the story of the early years of the West German far-left extremist group the Red Army Faction (German: Rote Armee Fraktion, or RAF). The film was an Academy Award and Golden Globe. Aust, Stephan, Der Baader Meinhof Komplex. Hoffmann und Campe, Hamburg. English version: Aust, Stefan translated by Anthea Bell Baader-Meinhof Group.

The Inside Story of a Phenomenon. Butler & Tanner ltd, Frome and London. The revised and updated version from is available in German.

Aust, Stefan, Der Baader Meinhof Komplex. The primary focus of the book is on the founding members of the kimplex called variously the Red Army Faction, the Baader-Meinhof group or the Baader-Meinhof gang the first by the group itself, the latter two baader supporters or detractors, respectivelya group that was active from through the s and whose actions included bank robberies.

The only certainty was that the Baader-Meinhof gang had died as they had lived: – secretly and bloodily. The origins of the Baader-Meinhof gang can be traced back to the student protests of the late sixties when demonstrations were staged to oppose the support for the War in Vietnam in particular, and capitalism in general.Adapted from author Stefan Aust's definitive account of the group that resorted to killing innocent civilians in the name of democracy and justice, The Baader Meinhof Complex stars Moritz Bleibtreu as Andreas Baader and Martina Gedeck as Ulrike or: Uli Edel.

The Baader-Meinhof Group--later known as the Red Army Faction (RAF)--was a violent urban guerilla group which terrorized Germany in the s and '80s, killing 47 people, wound taking hostages, and robbing 35 banks--all in an attempt to bring revolution to the Federal Republic/5(43).