Speech at the Tutzing Academy, 15 July 1963
Following up on the “strategy for peace“ of US President John F. Kennedy, Berlin’s Governing Mayor Willy Brandt sketches the main points of a new policy towards the East in his speech “Denk ich an Deutschland …” (“When I think of Germany …”) at the Protestant Academy in Tutzing. As in October 1962 at Harvard University, he advocates the easing of tensions between the East and West. Above all, Brandt argues in favour of a new relationship between the Federal Republic and the Soviet Union.
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