Communist Party Of Germany (KPD Red Dawn)
Roter Morgen (Red Dawn)

The Communist Party Germany (Red Dawn) (German: Kommunistische Partei Deutschlands - Roter Morgen) is a minor German political party established in 1968 in Hamburg.

The party publishes the monthly newspaper Roter Morgen and is an active participant in the International Conference of Marxist-Leninist Parties and Organizations.

External Links:

KPD website in German — in English machine translation.

Berlin Political Personalities

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See also:

The Original KPD: Founded in 1918, banned in 1956.
Communist Party of Germany (KPD 1990)

Articles and News Stories

A Huge Step Towards Left Unity in Germany - Victor Grossman on Die Linke - MR Zine

A Berlin Commune Fights Developers
The Köpi in Berlin's Mitte district is a symbol of the city's far-left scene.

The Cold War as Ancient History
An American journalist interviews Berlin high school students.

German Intelligence Service Spies on Berlin Social Forum
Spying was made public by Der Spiegel and confirmed by the Berlin Senate.

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