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Claus Jacobi

Claus Jacobi (4 January 1927 – 17 August 2013[1]) was the editor of the German news magazine Der Spiegel from 1962-1968. He was arrested during the Spiegel scandal.

Jacobi was born and died in Hamburg. In 1946, he started his journalistic career. His wife Heidi (they married in 1971) surprisingly died 21. February 2012 while asleep.

Works (excerpt)

  • Die menschliche Springflut, 1969 (~ The population explosion of mankind)
  • Uns bleiben 100 Jahre. Ursachen und Auswirkungen der Bevölkerungsexplosion, 1986, ISBN 3-550-07739-4 (~ We still have 100 years. Reasons for and effects of the population explosion)
  • Fremde, Freunde, Feinde. Eine private Zeitgeschichte, 1991, ISBN 3-550-07804-8
  • Aufbruch zwischen Elbe und Oder. Die neuen deutschen Länder, 1995, ISBN 3-550-07084-5 (~ start-up between Elbe and Oder. The new German Bundesländer)
  • 50 Jahre Axel-Springer-Verlag. 1946–1996, 1996
  • Der Schokoladenkönig. Das unglaubliche Leben des Hans Imhoff, 1997, ISBN 3-7844-2650-6
  • Unsere fünfzig Jahre. Erinnerungen eines Zeitzeugen, 1999, ISBN 3-7766-2117-6
  • Im Rad der Geschichte. Deutsche Verhältnisse, 2002, ISBN 3-7766-2237-7
  • Der Verleger Axel Springer. Eine Biographie aus der Nähe, 2005, ISBN 3-7766-2440-X

References

  1. ^ "Trauer um Claus Jacobi". Spiegel Online. Retrieved 2013-08-18. 

"BVerfGE 20, 162 1 BvR 586/62, 610/63 and 512/64 Spiegel-decision". August 5, 1966. Retrieved December 8, 2010. 

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