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Subject: [GV] Where to buy ? Spiegel: "Flucht aus den Osten" (Refugee stampede from the East)
Date: Fri, 5 Apr 2002 22:52:47 Africa/Johannesburg
> How & where can one buy a copy of the magazine (and before April 8th?)
> Karleene on the coast of Oregon
> a Volga daughter
I live in Johannesburg, S Africa
and it is on sale at our main large stationary / newpaper /
I do not know which would be your town's main magazine shop.
but good luck -
Maybe your local library subcribes to "Der Spiegel" ?
or your local university ?
or the Goethe Institute (for the promotion of German language and culture)
April 8th is the date stamp on the mag - but it might remain on the shelves till
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: "Vera Beljakova" <>
> To: <>
> Sent: Friday, April 05, 2002 11:51 AM
> Subject: [GV] Spiegel: "Flucht aus den Osten" (Refugee stampede from the
> > "Flucht aus den Osten" >>> (incl Volga-German subejct)
> > A trail of abject human rag and bones as they flee from East Europe to
> > Germany,
> > WW2.
> > This is the front cover story of Der Spiegel this week (buy before 8th
> > At long last Germany, and its most emminent magazine for the Intelligenzia
> > gone to town vividly portraying
> > the war trauma experienced by the German population, (incl a map of the
> > Germans and other German enclaves in Russia) .
> > Not just an article but a series of articles, almost an inside supplement.
> > I would urge those of you who can, to buy the magazine, even if only to
> look at
> > the horrendous photos of downtrodden humanity, pulling peasant carts,
> > wheelbarrows, children prams, carrying suitcases and staggering in the
> > hungry thristy - falling down and dying....anything to get away from the
> > Army.
> > In its own right, it is a photo-essay of suffering of the poor and
> > a theme we have recently been exploring.
> > I looked as th website - http://www.spiegel.de/ -
> > but the "daily web Spiegel" seems to be differenct from the printed
> hardcopy of
> > the magazine.
> > Vera Beljakova-Miller.
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