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Hans-Dietrich Genscher 21 March — 31 March was a German statesman and a member of the liberal Free Democratic Party FDPwho served as the Federal Minister of the Interior from toand as the Federal Minister of Foreign Affairs and Vice Chancellor of Germany from to except for a two-week break inafter the FDP had left the Third Schmidt cabinetmaking him the longest-serving Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass of either post and the only person, holding one of these posts under two different Chancellors of the Federal Republic of Germany.
A proponent of RealpolitikGenscher has been called "a master of diplomacy. He was the son of Hilda Kreime and Kurt Genscher. At age 17, close to the end of the warhe and his fellow soldiers became members of the Nazi Party due to a collective application Sammelantrag by his Wehrmacht unit. He later said he was unaware of it at the time. Late in the war, Genscher was deployed as a soldier in General Walther Wenck 's 12th Armywhich ostensibly was directed to relieve the siege of Berlin.
After the German surrender he was an American and British prisoner of warbut was released after two months. He passed his second state examination in law in Hamburg in and became a solicitor in Bremen. During these early years after the war, Genscher continuously struggled with illness. From to he was a research assistant of the Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass parliamentary group in Bonn. In he became foreign minister and vice chancellorboth posts he would hold for 18 years.
In he gave up the post of national chairman. After the federal election of Genscher was instrumental in the formation of the social-liberal coalition of chancellor Willy Brandt and was on 22 October appointed as Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass minister of the interior.
Inwhile minister for the interior, Genscher rejected Israel 's offer to send an Israeli special forces unit to Germany to deal with the Munich Olympics hostage crisis. Genscher's popularity with Israel declined further when he endorsed the release of the three captured attackers following the hijacking of a Lufthansa aircraft on 29 October He was widely regarded a strong advocate of negotiated settlements to international problems.
Genscher was a major player in the negotiations on the text of the Helsinki Accords. In Decemberthe General Assembly of the United Nations in New York City accepted Genscher's proposal of an anti-terrorism convention in New York,  which was set among other things, to respond to demands from hostage-takers under any circumstances.
The reason for this was the increase in the differences between the coalition partners, particularly in economic and social policy. The switch was controversial, Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass least in his own party. At several points in his tenure, he irritated the governments of the United States and other allies of Germany by appearing not to support Western initiatives fully.
At the time, the Reagan Administration questioned whether Germany was straying from the Western alliance and following a program of its own.
InGenscher became the first Western foreign minister to visit Tehran since the Iranian Revolution of Genscher's proposals frequently set the tone and direction of foreign affairs among Western Europe's democracies. He later was among the politicians who pushed hard for monetary union alongside Edouard BalladurFrance's finance minister, and Giuliano Amato circulating a memorandum to that effect.
Genscher retained his posts as foreign minister and vice chancellor through German reunification and until when he stepped down for health reasons. Genscher is most respected for his efforts that helped spell the end of the Cold Warin the Maybe - Ella Fitzgerald - Sings Gershwin s when Communist eastern European governments toppled, and which led to German reunification.
During his time in office, he focused on maintaining stability and balance between the West and the Soviet bloc. From the beginning, he argued that the West should seek cooperation with Communist governments rather than treat them as implacably hostile; this policy Jurisdictions - Cripple Bastards - Desperately Insensitive embraced by many Germans and other Europeans.
Genscher had great interest in European integration and the success of German reunification. He soon pushed for effective support of political reform processes in Poland and Hungary. Especially from he campaigned for an "active relaxation" policy response by the West to the Soviet efforts. In the years before German reunification, he made a point of maintaining strong ties with his birthplace Halle, which was regarded as significant by admirers and critics alike.
In the embassy courtyard thousands of East German citizens had assembled. They were trying to travel to West Germany, but were being denied permission to travel by the Czechoslovak government at the request of East Germany. He announced that he had reached an agreement with the Communist Czechoslovak government that the refugees could leave: "We have come to you to tell you that today, your departure After these words, the speech was drowned in cheers.
With his fellow foreign ministers James Baker of the United States and Eduard Shevardnadze of the Soviet Union, Genscher is widely credited with securing Germany's subsequent peaceful unification and the withdrawal of Soviet forces. Meanwhile, he strongly endorsed the plans of the Bush Administration to assure continued U. He hoped that such recognition would stop the fighting.
At a meeting of the European Community 's foreign ministers inGenscher proposed to press for a war crimes trial for President Saddam Hussein of Iraq, accusing him of aggression against Kuwait, using chemical weapons against civilians and condoning genocide against the Kurds.
During the Gulf WarGenscher sought to deal with Iraq after other Western leaders had decided to go to war to force it out of Kuwait. Germany made a substantial financial contribution to the allied cause but, citing constitutional restrictions on the use of its armed forces, provided almost no military assistance. More than half a century after Nazi leaders assembled their infamous exhibition "Degenerate Art," a sweeping condemnation of the work of the avant-garde, Genscher opened 苦悩と憂鬱に溺れて - Sugar (18) - Sweet Room (DVD) re-creation of the show at the Altes Museum in Marchdescribing Nazi attempts to restrict artistic expression as "a step toward the catastrophe that produced the mass murder of European Jews and the war of extermination against Germany's neighbors.
They stand for the triumph of creative freedom over barbarism. On 18 May Genscher retired at his own request from the federal government, which he had been member of for a total of 23 years.
At the time, he was the world's longest-serving foreign minister and Germany's most popular politician. At that time he was Europe's longest-serving foreign minister.
Genscher did not specify his reasons for quitting; however, he had suffered two heart attacks by that time. His resignation took effect in May, but he remained a member of parliament and continued to be influential in the Free Democratic Party. Ahead of the German presidential election inGenscher proclaimed his lack of interest in the position, but was nonetheless widely considered a leading contender.
After a poll taken for Stern magazine showed him to be the favored candidate of 48 percent of Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass voters, he reiterated in that he would "in no case" accept the presidency.
Having finished his political career, Genscher remained active as a lawyer and in international organizations. In lateGenscher was appointed chairman of a newly established donors' board of the Berlin State Opera.
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But please—not like this. It is about respect for the victims of crimes against humanity", Genscher said. On 20 Decemberit was revealed that Genscher played a key role in coordinating the release and flight to Germany of Mikhail Khodorkovskythe former head of Yukos. Genscher had first met Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass in and had chaired a conference at which Khodorkovsky blasted Russian President Vladimir Putin 's pursuit of his oil company.
Once Putin was re-elected inGerman Chancellor Angela Merkel instructed her officials to lobby for the president to meet Genscher.
While keeping the chancellor informed, Khodorkovsky's attorneys and Genscher spent the ensuing months developing a variety of legal avenues that could allow Putin to Politiker - Various - Chance 2000 Diplomatenpass his former rival early, ranging from amendments to existing laws to clemency.
Genscher died at his home outside Bonn in Wachtberg on Miracle - Brazen Abbot - Live And Learn March from heart failureone week and three days after his 89th birthday.
Genscher has been awarded honorary citizenship by his birthplace Halle Saale in  and the city of Berlin in From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Hans-Dietrich Genscher. The New York Times. Retrieved 1 April Spiegel Online in German.
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