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Liberal Democratic Party of Germany (East Germany)

liberaldemokratische partei deutschlands, ldpd 1945-1990

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[Liberal Democratic Party of Germany (East Germany)] 2:3 Image by Jens Pattke, 5 May 2008

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Liberal Democratic Party of Germany
Liberaldemokratische Partei Deutschlands, LDPD

A yellow flag with black and red stripes on top (resembling the German colors) and reverse red and black stripes on bottom, the yellow part being four times as wide as the each red or black stripe with LDPD symbol in center. The symbol was a combination of the red letters L and D in front of a sunrise, surrounded by the words LIBERAL-DEMOKRATISCHE PARTEI DEUTSCHLANDS.
Source: German Democratic Republic parties website.
Volker Moerbitz Keith, 26 Jan 2001

According to Günther 2000 the flag was horizontally striped black-red-yellow-red-black (1+1+4+1+1) with the symbol in the center.
Marcus Schmöger, 26 Jan 2001

I have redrawn the symbols of the LDPD. The logo with the inscription Liberal-Demokratische Partei Deutschlands is a scan of the flagpanels, published by GDR-Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Liberal-Democratic Party of Germany was established on July 5, 1945. After the founding of the GDR the name of that party was not changed. The term Deutschland (Germany) was tolerated, but was not welcome in the German Democratic Republic.
Source: More information can be found here.
Jens Pattke, 5 May 2008

Liberal Democratic Party Banner

[LDPD banner] Image by Jens Pattke, 5 May 2008

Liberal Democratic Party Logo

[LDPD logo] Image by Jens Pattke, 5 May 2008

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