Berlin: Activities and Organisations of the Federal Republic of Germany in West Berlin

1 Jan 1982

A file containing documents relating to West German federal activities in West Berlin. Subjects covered in the file include the centenary of the discovery of the tuberculosis germ; an exhibition on Prussian history; an offer of entertainment to Allied forces in Berlin by the federal president, Karl Carstens; and the establishment of the federal institute for professional training in the city. Other subjects discussed in the file include a visit to West Berlin by the president of Italy, Sandro Pertini; a Soviet protest against this visit; the use of the transit routes between West Berlin and West Germany by officials of the federal environmental agency; the operations of the federal office for the recognition of foreign refugees in West Berlin; Soviet protests at the distribution of an alleged neo-Nazi newspaper in the city; and the view that Soviet protests against various activities in the city were becoming more forceful.
united kingdom france refugees united states of america asylum entertainment historiography international relations italy medicine museums transportation publications roads official visits soviet union berlin domestic politics east germany west germany Soviet-West German relations East German-West German relations neo-Nazism West Berlin West German politics West German press West German government Allied Kommandatura Alessandro Pertini Karl Carstens Berlin garrison Italian-West German relations
Collection ID
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East Germany France Italy Soviet Union United Kingdom United States of America West Germany
Department Reference
WRL 22/1
Document Type
Correspondence Meeting Minutes Press and Media Reports
File Reference
FCO 33/5860
Persons Discussed
Alessandro Pertini Karl Carstens
Published in
United Kingdom
Subject Countries
Domestic Politics International Relations

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