National Prize of East Germany

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The National Prize of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) (German: Nationalpreis der Deutschen Demokratischen Republik) was an award of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) given out in three different classes for scientific, artistic, and other meritorious achievement. With scientific achievements, it was often given to entire research groups rather than individual scientists.
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award received: National Prize of East Germany

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Author

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Bertolt Brecht

German poet, playwright, theatre director

Works

81

The Threepenny Opera

1928 musical play by Bertolt Brecht; provides a socialist critique of capitalism; adapted from John Gay's 18th-century ballad opera The Beggar's Opera with music by Kurt Weill and insertion ballads by François Villon and Rudyard Kipling

author: Bertolt Brecht, Elisabeth Hauptmann

1931

Mother Courage and Her Children

play written by Bertolt Brecht

author: Bertolt Brecht

1941

Life of Galileo

German play by Bertolt Brecht

author: Bertolt Brecht

1940

Collected plays

author: Bertolt Brecht

Author

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Ernst Bloch

German philosopher

Works

13

The Principle of Hope

book by Ernst Bloch

author: Ernst Bloch

1959

Atheism in Christianity

book by Ernst Bloch

author: Ernst Bloch

1968

Gesamtausgabe in 16 Bänden

author: Ernst Bloch

Tagträume vom aufrechten Gang

author: Ernst Bloch

Author

Kurt David

German author

Works

1

V pátek se koupeme

book by Kurt David

author: Kurt David

Author

Liselotte Welskopf-Henrich

German historian of classical antiquity, author and children's writer

Author

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Alex Wedding

children's writer, writer and screenwriter (1905-1966)

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