Gustav Just (16 June 1921 – 23 February 2011) was First Secretary of the (DSV) (German: Deutscher Schriftstellerverband) and editor-in-chief of the East German weekly Sonntag until 1957, when he was sentenced to four years imprisonment after a show trial in which he was accused of having engaged in anti-constitutional activities ("inciting to boycott") along with Walter Janka, Heinz Zöger, and Richard Wolf. He was born in Reinowitz, Bohemia. After his release he became a prolific translator of primarily Czech but also Slovak works into German and was "rehabilitated" in 1990.
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