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Thüringer Volkszeitung ('Thuringia People's Newspaper') was a communist newspaper published from Erfurt 1945–1946. It was the organ of the Communist Party of Germany in Thuringia. The paper was published thrice weekly in August 1945. It then became a daily newspaper, published from September 2, 1945 to April 6, 1945. It merged with Tribüne , forming the newspaper Thüringer Volk . [1]

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