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Erhard Krack

Erhard Krack
Erhard Krack in 1987.
3rd Lord Mayor of East Berlin
In office
1974–1990
Preceded by Herbert Fechner
Succeeded by Ingrid Pankraz
Personal details
Born (1931-01-09)9 January 1931
Danzig
Died 13 December 2000(2000-12-13) (aged 69)
Berlin, Germany
Citizenship East German
Nationality German
Political party Socialist Unity Party
Occupation Mayor of East Berlin, Deputy in Volkskammer

Erhard Krack (9 January 1931 – 13 December 2000) was an East German politician and mayor of East Berlin from 1974 to 1990.

Hans Modrow, Helmut Kohl, and Walter Momper at the opening of the Brandenburg Gate on 22 December 1989 - Erhard Krack can be seen between the shoulders of Kohl and Momper.

Born in Danzig, he was a member of the Socialist Unity Party (SED). He was also a deputy in the Volkskammer and a member of the Central Committee of the SED.


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