The First Free Elections to the Volkskammer, in the Outskirts of Berlin, January to March 1990: NDPD posters [141/207]



January 1 - March 31 1990
Berlin and vicinity
Created By: Ralf Skiba

License: Creative Commons License

"Für die deutsche Zukunft!" ("For the German future!"). A metal frame displaying election posters for the NDPD (National-Demokratische Partei Deutschlands (National Democratic Party of (East) Germany))


billboard, election poster, logo, motto, national colours, photography, portrait


election campaign, Volkskammer election


Hartmann, Günter, National Democratic Party of Germany, Rauls, Wolfgang


Other places (Berlin)

Text in image

Für die deutsche Zukunft! / NDPD / Freiheit - Einheit - Wohlstand / Wählt CDU / Liste 6

Günter Hartmann / Für die deutsche Zukunft! / wählt NDPD [2x]

Wolfgang Rauls / Für die deutsche Zukunft! / wählt / NDPD [2x]

National / Demokratisch / Patrotisch / Deutsch / NDPD

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"I was born in Berlin and watched the Wall being built from my classroom in the district of Wedding. I found it quite remarkable that the GDR, the German 'Democratic!' Republic, held its first democratic elections on 18 March 1990 only to dissolve itself shortly afterwards. In the run-up to the election, I spent nearly every weekend from January to March 1990 touring the area around Berlin with my family, and taking photographs of the election campaign, posters, and everything else that had to do with the elections."

Ralf Skiba (West Berlin)