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eBook Volkspolizei. ePub

  • ISBN: 3412020036
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  • Language: German
  • Publisher: B÷hlau-Verlag GmbH
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The Deutsche Volkspolizei (DVP, German for "German People's Police"), commonly known as the Volkspolizei or VoPo, was the national police force of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1945 to 1990

The Deutsche Volkspolizei (DVP, German for "German People's Police"), commonly known as the Volkspolizei or VoPo, was the national police force of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1945 to 1990. The Volkspolizei was a highly-centralized agency responsible for most civilian law enforcement in East Germany, maintaining 257,500 personnel at its peak. It was part of the Armed organs of the GDR.

The chaften (VPB, German for "People's Police Alert Units") were paramilitary police units of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1955 to 1990. The VPB were barracked units of the Volkspolizei for riot control and anti-insurgency with regiment status, under control of the Ministry of the Interior and considered part of the armed forces, but were never part of the National People's Army or the Ministry of National Defence.

The Volkspolizei (German for "People's Police") served as the armed forces and the national police of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1946 to 1956

The Volkspolizei (German for "People's Police") served as the armed forces and the national police of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1946 to 1956. The Volkspolizei was responsible for most law enforcement in East Germany, but because of its organisation and structure it was also considered a paramilitary force. Unlike police forces in most countries, they were equipped with armored personnel carriers and artillery and trained as military units.

The Deutsche Volkspolizei (DVP, German for German People's Police), commonly known as the Volkspolizei or VoPo, was the . The Volkspolizei was a highly-centralized agency responsible for most civilian law enforce.

The Deutsche Volkspolizei (DVP, German for German People's Police), commonly known as the Volkspolizei or VoPo, was the national police force of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany) from 1945 to 1990.

Германия ( Германская Демократичекая Республика) ГДР появилась на карте Европы в 1949 году в качестве ответной меры на образование ФРГ в американской, английской и французской оккупационных зонах. СССР не стремился к созданию ГДР, выступив с инициативой объединения Германии, но при условии.

English: The Volkspolizei or Deutsche Volkspolizei (German for "People's Police") was the national police of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany), whose officers were commonly nicknamed VoPos. Formed following the end of World War II and abolished after German reunification, Volkspolizei officers were trained like soldiers and were highly effective in enforcing the policies of the East German government.

The Volkspolizei – full official name: the Deutsche Volkspolizei (German People's Police), abbreviated to DVP or. .

The Volkspolizei – full official name: the Deutsche Volkspolizei (German People's Police), abbreviated to DVP or VP, and colloquially known as the VoPo – was the national police force of the German Democratic Republic (East Germany). The Volkspolizei was responsible for most law enforcement in East Germany; however, its organisation and structure were such that it could be considered to be as much a paramilitary as a civilian police force. The VP was equipped with armoured personnel carriers and artillery, and its recruits received military training.

The Volkspolizei – full official name: the Deutsche Volkspolizei (German People's Police), abbreviated to DVP or VP, and colloquially known as the VoPo – was the national paramilitary as a civilian police force. Unlike police forces in most countries, the VP was equipped with armoured personnel carriers and artillery, and its recruits received military training. The Volkspolizei was administered by the Ministry of the Interior. The overall commander was the First Deputy Minister of the Interior and Chief of Police (Erster Stellvertreter des Ministers und Chef der Deutschen Volkspolizei). His section was subdivided into five departments