The legacy of secrecy: experiences from the Stasi Records Archive

The National Archives, Bessant Drive, Kew
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This event ended on Friday 16th of August 2019
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£5

Venue Information

The National Archives
Kew, Richmond, Surrey , TW9 4DU

Nearest Stations

Kew Gardens 0.42 miles

Website

http://bit.ly/stasilondon

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The East German Stasi have earned the reputation of one of the most effective and repressive intelligence and secret police agencies ever to have existed, forcing their methods for collecting information on their citizens.

30 years after German citizens regained control from the Stasi in 1990, Dagmar Hovestädt – Head of Press at the Stasi Records Archive – explores this controversial corner of history and just how the Stasi Archive manages its wealth of top secret material never meant for public eyes…

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