Klaus Gysi (3 March 1912 – 6 March 1999) was journalist and publisher and a member of the French Resistance against the Nazis. After World War II, he became a politician in the German Democratic Republic, serving in the government as Minister of Culture from 1966 to 1973, and from 1979 to 1988, as the State Secretary for Church Affairs. He was a member of the Socialist Unity Party (SED) and after German Reunification, the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS). His son is the German politician Gregor Gysi.

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  • Klaus Gysi (* 3. März 1912 in Neukölln; † 6. März 1999 in Berlin) war im kommunistischen Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus aktiv, von 1966 bis 1973 Minister für Kultur und von 1979 bis 1988 Staatssekretär für Kirchenfragen der DDR. (de)
  • Klaus Gysi, né le 3 mars 1912 à Berlin-Neukölln et mort le 6 mars 1999 à Berlin, est un homme politique et diplomate allemand, membre du SED (parti communiste est-allemand). Il est, de 1966 à 1973, ministre de la Culture au sein du gouvernement de la RDA. (fr)
  • Klaus Gysi (ur. 3 marca 1912 w Berlinie, zm. 6 marca 1999 tamże) – niemiecki polityk i dyplomata, minister kultury (1966–1973), ambasador we Włoszech i na Malcie (1973–1978), sekretarz stanu ds. kościelnych (1979–1988). (pl)
  • Кла́ус Ги́зи (нем. Klaus Gysi; 3 марта 1912, Берлин — 6 марта 1999, Берлин) — немецкий антифашист, участник движения Сопротивления, в 1966—1973 годах занимал должность министра культуры ГДР. В 1979—1988 годах — статс-секретарь по церковным вопросам. (ru)
  • Klaus Gysi (3 March 1912 – 6 March 1999) was journalist and publisher and a member of the French Resistance against the Nazis. After World War II, he became a politician in the German Democratic Republic, serving in the government as Minister of Culture from 1966 to 1973, and from 1979 to 1988, as the State Secretary for Church Affairs. He was a member of the Socialist Unity Party (SED) and after German Reunification, the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS). His son is the German politician Gregor Gysi. (en)
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  • German Resistance fighter against the Nazis, East German politician, East German Minister of Culture (en)
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  • Klaus Gysi (* 3. März 1912 in Neukölln; † 6. März 1999 in Berlin) war im kommunistischen Widerstand gegen den Nationalsozialismus aktiv, von 1966 bis 1973 Minister für Kultur und von 1979 bis 1988 Staatssekretär für Kirchenfragen der DDR. (de)
  • Klaus Gysi, né le 3 mars 1912 à Berlin-Neukölln et mort le 6 mars 1999 à Berlin, est un homme politique et diplomate allemand, membre du SED (parti communiste est-allemand). Il est, de 1966 à 1973, ministre de la Culture au sein du gouvernement de la RDA. (fr)
  • Klaus Gysi (ur. 3 marca 1912 w Berlinie, zm. 6 marca 1999 tamże) – niemiecki polityk i dyplomata, minister kultury (1966–1973), ambasador we Włoszech i na Malcie (1973–1978), sekretarz stanu ds. kościelnych (1979–1988). (pl)
  • Кла́ус Ги́зи (нем. Klaus Gysi; 3 марта 1912, Берлин — 6 марта 1999, Берлин) — немецкий антифашист, участник движения Сопротивления, в 1966—1973 годах занимал должность министра культуры ГДР. В 1979—1988 годах — статс-секретарь по церковным вопросам. (ru)
  • Klaus Gysi (3 March 1912 – 6 March 1999) was journalist and publisher and a member of the French Resistance against the Nazis. After World War II, he became a politician in the German Democratic Republic, serving in the government as Minister of Culture from 1966 to 1973, and from 1979 to 1988, as the State Secretary for Church Affairs. He was a member of the Socialist Unity Party (SED) and after German Reunification, the Party of Democratic Socialism (PDS). His son is the German politician Gregor Gysi. (en)
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