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70. Geburtstag Walter Ulbrichts
N.S. Chruschtschow in Berlin eingetroffen
Der erste Sekretär des ZK der KPdSU und Vorsitzende des Ministerrates der UdSSR, N.S. Chruschtschow, ist anlässlich des 70. Geburtstages des Ersten Sekretärs des ZK der SED und Vorsitzenden des Staatsrates der DDR, Walter Ulbricht, am 28. Juni 1963 zu einem Freundschaftsbesuch in der DDR auf dem Flughafen Berlin-Schönefeld eingetroffen.

UBz.: N.S. Chruschtschow bei seiner Begrüßungsansprache auf dem Flugplatz.
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Date 28 June 1963
Photographer Junge, Peter Heinz
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Accession number Bild 183-B0628-0015-035
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