Bonn's nuclear arms pool; aims, methods, background facts

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Stop the Successors of the Hitler Reich from Obtaining Weapons of Mass Destruction- Command of International Law


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Preface 


An international press conference was held in Berlin, 
capital of the German Democratic Republic, on 
January 15, 1969, during which world public opinion 
was informed of the motives, the background, and the 
present stage of the West German government's un¬ 
dercover preparations for producing their own nuclear 
weapons. The press conference sponsored by the GDR 
Foreign Ministry and the National Council of the 
National Front of Democratic Germany, proved through 
comprehensive factual material that the nuclear 
weapon strategy has become the fundamental element 
of the Bonn government's military conception and of 
the West German military leaders. 

Those sitting in the Presidium of the press conference 
included: 

Professor Max Steenbeck, Chairman of the GDR's 
Research Council, Professor at Jena’s Friedrich Schiller 
University, member of the GDR’s Academy of Sciences, 
and corresponding member of the Academy of Sciences 
of the Soviet Union. 

Professor Rudolf Arzinger, President of the Society 
for International Law and Director of the International 
Law Institute at Karl-Marx-University, Leipzig. 

Dr. Bock, departmental head in the Ministry of For¬ 
eign Affairs of the GDR. 

Sitting in the Presidium were also scientists and engi¬ 
neers who until very recently worked in West Germany's 
nuclear research and development and have asked the 
GDR for asylum for reasons of conscience. They are: 

The diplomaed physicist Herbert Patzelt-he studied 
physics from 1952 to 1958. After receiving his diploma 
in 1958 he worked from 1959 to 1964 as a scientific 
officer with the Geesthacht Society for the Application 
of Nuclear Energy in Shipping and Shipbuilding. After¬ 
wards, until 1966, he worked with the Society for 
Nuclear Research in Karlsruhe, at the literature depart¬ 
ment of its nuclear research centre in the town. From 


1966 until his coming to the GDR last November he 
was a scientific expert with the Executive Board for 
Disseminating Knowledge of the Commission of the 
European Communities (formerly EURATOM) in Brus¬ 
sels and Luxemburg. 

The diplomaed physicist Klaus Breuer who studied 
physics from 1956 to 1961 and took his Doctor's Degree 
in 1965 at the Institute for Nuclear Physics at the 
Johann Wolfgang Goethe University (Frankfurt on 
Main) in the field of nuclear physics. Afterwards, until 
his coming to the GDR last August he was a scientific 
officer at the same institute. During this period he 
became acquainted with the research problems of the 
Nuclear Research Centre in Karlsruhe, the Nuclear 
Research Plant in Julich, and other scientific establish¬ 
ments of the West German Federal Republic.