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The New Germans: Thirty Years After. The book is better than its opening chapter title: "Is schizophrenia curable?"
The New Germans: Thirty Years After. The New Germans: Thirty Years After. A former bureau chief of Newsweek in Bonn writes an optimistic assessment of present-day Germany, though with some concern about such issues as the fate of foreign workers in the Federal Republic and the plight of educational reforms.
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John Robert Dornberg, German journalist. Clubs: Overseas Press of America (New York City). Served as private first class United States Army, 1954-1956. Member Foreign Press Association Federal Republic Germany. John Robert Dornberg has been listed as a noteworthy journalist by Marquis Who's Who. Membership. Married Ursula Stalph, July 3, 1956 (divorced 1976). 1 child, Stephan; married Jane Haynes Green, March 4, 1977. father: Robert Egon Dornberg. mother: Lily (Weisner) Dornberg. spouse: Jane Haynes Green.
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He and the American journalist John Dornberg figured there was still a chance that Duncan was alive in Europe, but had suffered a personality change or amnesia. The show-filmed at the Stubai Glacier on August 23, 1993-included interviews with Walter Hinterhoelzl, Inspector Franz Brecher, and the parking lot attendant. Trying to contain her excitement, she asked the Foreign Affairs officer if he had a photograph of Schoeffmann. He did, and promised to fax it to her shortly.
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