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Lichtenberg is a borough of Berlin, Germany. In 2001, it was merged with the former borough of Hohenschönhausen; the resulting borough retained the name Lichtenberg. It encompasses an area of 52.29 km² and has, as of 2003, about 260,200 inhabitants. Berlin is subdivided into 12 German), which are administrative units with political rights comparable to incorporated communities in the rest of Germany (although they are not separate legal entities from the city). ...   Berlin? (pronounced: , German ) is the capital of Germany and its largest city; down from 4. ... 2001: A Space Odyssey. ...

Its current mayor is Christina Emmrich (PDS). Party of Democratic Socialism is a political party in India; see Party of Democratic Socialism (India) the former name of a German political party; see Left Party (Germany). ...

Lichtenberg was home to the extensive main headquarters complex of the Stasi, the East German intelligence service. The complex is now a museum. This article is about Stasi, the secret police of East Germany. ... The German Democratic Republic (GDR) (German: Deutsche Demokratische Republik), also commonly known as East Germany, was a communist state that existed from 1949 to 1990 in the former Soviet occupation zone of Germany. ...

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Bernhard Lichtenberg (December 3, 1875 - November 5, 1943) was a German Catholic priest and theologian.
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Church records were supplied to state authorities which assisted in the detection of people of Jewish origin, and efforts to aid the persecuted were confined to Catholic non-Aryans.
While Catholic clergymen protested the Nazi euthanasia program, few, with the exception of Bernhard Lichtenberg, spoke out against the murder of the Jews.
In Western Europe, Catholic clergy spoke out publicly against the persecution of the Jews and actively helped in the rescue of Jews.
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