Andreas Oplatka

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Andreas Oplatka

Andreas Oplatka, born in Budapest in 1942, emigrated with his family to Switzerland in 1956. He studied German and history in Zurich and Vienna, and from 1968 until 2004 was foreign affairs editor and correspondent for the prestigious daily Neue Zürcher Zeitung, reporting from Stockholm, Paris, Moscow and Budapest. His previous publications include: Der Eiserne Vorhang reißt (1990), Nachrufe auf den Ostblock (1998), and, published by Zsolnay in 2004: Graf Stephan Széchenyi. Der Mann, der Ungarn schuf.


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2004 Graf Stephan Széchenyi. Der Mann, der Ungarn schuf
2009 Der erste Riss in der Mauer. September 1989 – Ungarn öffnet die Grenze
 
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1990 Der eiserne Vorhang reißt
1998 Nachrufe auf den Ostblock