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Epithet: Minister of Shuttington, county Warwickshire

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Epithet: of Emmanuel Coll., Cambridge

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Epithet: turnkey in Portsmouth gaol

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Epithet: Rector of Dunstable

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Epithet: Secretary to the Board of Trade

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The East German government created posters to promote a wide variety of events and anniversaries. The locations of these events varied from indoor locations, such as museums, to outdoor locations, such as recreation areas. The posters list sponsoring organizations as well as dates and times. The anniversary posters often contain artwork with no specific mention of activities, perhaps indicating that the posters were created more for a general awareness, such as the anniversary of Berlin, rather than listing specific events associated with the anniversary. This idea of a general awareness is the purpose of the fitness posters that encourage exercise, especially for children, and there is somewhat of a propaganda angle to these as well. The posters typically had multiple organizations responsible for their creation, usually a government agency and an advertising agency. Artists were also involved with the creation of the posters, and in some cases multiple artists collaborated on one poster.

From the guide to the East German poster collection culture and science series, 1952-1991, (George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives)

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From the guide to the Thomas Hill Court Petition, 1812-1813, (John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Library, Colonial Williamsburg Foundation)

Epithet: of Sloane MS 4053

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Epithet: Quartermaster Staff Sergeant RHA

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Epithet: of Egerton MS 1708

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Epithet: Fellow of Trinity Coll., Cambr

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Epithet: of Add MS 33112

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Epithet: alias Buckland; DD, Benedictine

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Epithet: painter

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Epithet: of Lincoln's Inn Middlesex

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The cinema of East Germany is strongly identified with the studio Deutsche Film-Aktiengesellschaft (DEFA) and the distributor Progress Film Vertrieb, which later became VEB Progress Film Vertrieb, and then Progress Film Verleih. The Soviet Military Administration created DEFA following the end of World War II and the establishment of the the military districts that divided Germany. In 1949 the newly formed Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) developed DEFA into a film studio with strict guidelines for creating works that favored socialist prosepctives. Even though the strict rules on content limited the number of films created by DEFA, the number of films distibuted by Progress Film Vertrieb increased as more and more cinemas opened. By the 1970s, Progress Film Vertrieb distributed films from 30 countries. In addition to distributing films to cinemas, Progress Film Vertrieb also sponsored film festivals.

From the guide to the East German poster collection film series, 1947-1995, (George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives)

Epithet: Secretary to the Plantation Office

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Epithet: yeoman

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Epithet: of Pyrton Oxfordshi

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Epithet: of Add MS 40393

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The chronology and content of the posters illustrate an undulating timeline of alternately liberal and conservative phases, during which artists crafted their work in periods of greater or more limited autonomy. The performing arts provided an outlet for dealing with tragedy and turmoil that defined the creation of East Germany. The performances often touched on the legacy of the Nazis, the persecution of the Jewish people, and the division of Germany. Despite the strict censorship in East Germany, during the liberal periods authorities allowed a substantial number of Western performances to take place. In the GDR, America was conceived of primarily as a system of production; its levels of profit and abundance both awed and provoked the wartorn and comparatively impoverished East Germans. The American obsession with productivity and consumption drew the most bitter criticism from German observers. Interesting to consider in this context is the performance of "Ein Yankee an König Artus' Hof" (1982), a play adapted from Mark Twain's novel "A Connecticut Yankee in King Arthur's Court," in which the protagonist's escalating disillusionment with technology is a prominent motif. Even though Fordism may have been grudgingly accepted in the GDR as necessary for economic growth and the ultimate progress of the state, the assimilation of America's cultural barbarism through media imports was fiercely resisted. The state may have resisted America's cultural barbarism, but young people did not. Attending productions of the American media was a chance for them to distance themselves from their parents, from National Socialism, and from the failures of World War II. By the 1970s, changes in the performing arts community occurred, particularly in theatre, that included artists leaving as a result of increased censorship and smaller venues opening in cities and towns outside of Berlin.

From the guide to the East German poster collection performing arts series, 1955-1997, (George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives)

Epithet: of Add MS 35592

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Epithet: of Egerton Ch 7542

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Following the formation of the Deutsche Demokratische Republik (DDR) under the governance of the Sozialistische Einheitspartei Deutschlands (SED), art was widely censored. This lasted throughout the existence of the DDR from 1949 to 1990.

In the art community, all public venues were subject to censorship. Posters and advertisements for any event, as well as all art itself, were to be submitted to government officials for review and approval. The content of the art was judged on its adherence to the communist ideologies of the SED. Criticism of the communist party and its current regimes was not tolerated by the officials and was often censored. Also, any art that portrayed a sympathetic view of capitalism was not allowed. Other topics that were subject to censorship were homosexuality, pornography, violence, and alcoholism.

In addition to reviewing content, the DDR censored forms that were not viewed as proper art. This ranged from free verse poetry to avant-garde and abstract art. Artists could be sent warnings for art not fitting into these standards, and subsequent penalties included public bannings, arrest, and deportation. During the declining years of the GDR, from the early 1980s to 1990, this censorship lessened as the SED began to lose control over the East German population.

From the guide to the East German poster collection art exhibits series, 1955-1994, (George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives)

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referencedIn Release from the legatees and claimants under the will of Thomas Hill of Lincoln’s Inn, co. Midd., deceased, to Peniston Lamb, of premises mentioned in a lease and release of 6-7 Aug. 1788; 3 Dec. 1813 (46/5/6).Paper.Signed by William, Christopher, M... British Library
referencedIn Attested copy release of unspecified premises mentioned in deeds of lease and release of 6th and 7th Aug. 1788; 3 Dec. 1813. From the trustees and claimants under the will of Thomas Hill of Lincoln’s Inn, deceased, to Peniston Lamb, Viscount Melbourn... British Library
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creatorOf East German poster collection performing arts series, 1955-1997 George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives
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creatorOf ARTICLES OF AGREEMENT between John Thurbane of Gray's Inn, Serjeant-at-Law, John Sparkes of Chipping Wycombe, co. Bucks, Thomas Hill of Purton [Pyrton], co. Oxon, grandson and heir of John Hill the elder late of Littlehampden [Little Hampden], co. Bu... British Library
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creatorOf East German poster collection film series, 1947-1995 George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives
referencedIn Duke Endowment Archives, bulk, 1902-2008 and undated, 1925-2006 David M. Rubenstein Rare Book & Manuscript Library
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referencedIn Lease for a year of Cecil Street Coffee House and four adjacent messuages in the Strand and premises in Lincoln’s Inn; 26 July 1786. Peniston Lamb, Viscount Melbourne, to Thomas Hill esquire, of Lincoln’s Inn. (48/3/5).Vellum; signed by Lamb, and wit... British Library
creatorOf East German poster collection art exhibits series, 1955-1994 George Mason University. Libraries. Special Collections & Archives
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associatedWith Allgemeiner Deutscher Motorsport Verband. corporateBody
associatedWith Ausstellungszentrum am Fernsehturm . (Berlin, Germany) corporateBody
associatedWith Baltzer, Hans person
associatedWith Berliner Ensemble. corporateBody
associatedWith Berliner Stadtbibliothek. corporateBody
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associatedWith Bock, Karl Heinrich, 1909-1978 person
associatedWith Bofinger, Manfred person
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associatedWith Brandt, Gernot person
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associatedWith Cambridge Scientific Club. corporateBody
associatedWith Carr, Dabney person
associatedWith Claus, Matthias person
associatedWith DEFA. corporateBody
associatedWith Dehlsen, Axel person
associatedWith de Maiziere, Michael person
associatedWith Deutsches Nationaltheater. (Weimar, Thuringia, Germany) corporateBody
associatedWith Deutsche Staatsoper Berlin. corporateBody
associatedWith Deutsches Theater. (Berlin, Germany) corporateBody
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associatedWith Drescher, Karl-Heinz, 1936- person
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Hobart, Tasmania
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Threapwood, counties Cheshire and Flintshire
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Rothwell, Northamptonshire
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Brighton, Sussex
Ireland, Europe
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Strand, Middlesex
Tresham, Gloucestershire
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Banbury, Oxfordshire
Ellesborough, Buckinghamshire
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Ireland, Europe
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Cecil Street, Middlesex
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Ireland, Europe
India, Asia
London, England
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Ireland, Europe
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London, England
Serles Court, Middlesex
London, England
Shropshire, England
Derby, Derbyshire
Vimiero, Portugal
London, England
London, England
Ely, Cambridgeshire
Strawberry Hill, Twickenham
King's Cliffe, Northamptonshire
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Motion Pictures, Italian
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