Spanisches TV-Team half ihm - Sachse sucht seine Fluchthelfer von 1989

DDR: Fluchthelfer gesucht! Mario Geisler (59) gelang im August 1989 die Flucht aus der DDR über Ungarn– mit Hilfe eines spanischen TV-Teams, das die lebensgefährliche Aktion filmte.
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