Justice in Luritz: Experiencing Socialist Law in East Germany

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NOTES

1Zur Geschichte der Rechtspflege in der DDR, ed. Hilde Benjamin, 3 vols. (Berlin, vol. 1: 1945–1949 [1976]; vol. 2: 1949–1961 [1980]; vol. 3: 1961–1971 [1986]). Here: vol. 1:71.

2Ibid., 1:44

3Bauerkämper, “Von der Bodenreform zur Kollektivierung,” in Hartmuth Zwar, ed., Sozialgeschichte der DDR (Stuttgart, 1994), 119, 122.

4Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of August 1, 1951, Neue Justiz, 1951, 464.

5Bauerkämper, “Die Neubauern in der SBZ/DDR 1945–1952,” in Richard Bessel/Ralph Jessen, eds., Die Grenzen der Diktatur. Staat und Gesellschaft in der DDR (Göttingen, 1996), 108, 123.

6Benjamin, Zur Geschichte, 1:249, 253.

7Benjamin, “Volkseigentum ist unantastbar!,” Neue Justiz, 1951, 61.

8Klaus Müller, Die Lenkung des Strafjustiz durch die SED Staats- und Parteiführung am Beispiel der Aktion Rose (Frankfurt/Main, 1995).

9Benjamin/Becker/Görner/Schriewer, “Der Entwicklungsprozess zum sozialistischen Strafrecht der DDR,” Staat und Recht, 1969, 1112, 1129.

10Dieckmann, “Kündigungsklagen und Konjunktur,” Zeitschrift für Rechtssoziologie 5, 1984, 79.

11Markovits, “Pursuing One’s Rights under Socialism,” Stanford Law Review 38, 1986, 707.

12Paul, “Nochmals: Zur Frage der Beweislast bei der materiellen Verantwortlichkeit der Arbeiter und Angestellten,” Neue Justiz, 1953, 201.

13Bredernitz/Kunz, “Für eine höhere gesellschaftliche Wirksamkeit der Arbeitsrechtsprechung bei der Bekämpfung von Inventurdifferenzen im Handel,” Neue Justiz, 1964, 358.

14Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of April 8, 1954, OGA 1, 84.

15Nathan, “Eheschliessung, persönliche Rechte und Pflichten der Ehegatten, Beendigung der Ehe,” Neue Justiz, 1954, 358, 361.

16Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of December 1, 1950, OGZ 1, 72, 78.

17Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of November 24, 1952, OGZ 2, 50.

18Benjamin, Zur Geschichte, 3:347.

19Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of December 1, 1950, OGZ 1, 65, 67.

20Ostner, “Slow Motion: Women, Work and the Family in Germany,” in Jane Lewis, ed., Women and Social Policies in Europe. Working, Family and the State (Aldershot, 1993), 92, 110–112.

21Norman Naimark, The Russians in Germany, (Cambridge, MA, 1995), 89.

22Falco Werkentin, Politische Strafjustiz in der Ära Ulbricht (Berlin, 1995), 174ff.

23Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), Judgment of October 4, 1950, OGSt. 1, 33.

24Oberstes Gericht (Supreme Court), OGSt. 1, 33.

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  • Title Page iii
  • Table of Contents vii
  • Acknowledgments ix
  • Chapter 1 - The Files 1
  • Chapter 2 - The Beginning 8
  • Chapter 3 - People 16
  • Chapter 4 - Property 26
  • Chapter 5 - Work 42
  • Chapter 6 - Families 69
  • Chapter 7 - Punishments 92
  • Chapter 8 - The Party 141
  • Chapter 9 - Hopes and Lies 182
  • Chapter 10 - The End 219
  • Notes 243
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