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Zentralbild Kollektiv Sta-At. 16.1.1963 VI. Parteitag der SED vom 15.-21.1.1963 in der Werner-Seelenbinder-Halle in Berlin (2.Tag). UBz. Begeisterter Beifall der Delegierten und Gäste des VI. Parteitages nach der bedeutungsvollen Rede N.S. Chruschtschows. (Links): Der Erste Sekretär des ZK der KPdSU N.S. Chruschtschow und (rechts) der Erste Sekretär des ZK der SED Walter Ulbricht. (Sturm)
Depicted place Berlin
Date 16 January 1963
Photographer Sturm, Horst
Allgemeiner Deutscher Nachrichtendienst - Zentralbild (Bild 183)
Accession number Bild 183-B0116-0010-043
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