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BMBoston and Maine Railroad Corporation
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The author knew many of the founders of Baader-Meinhof quite well as he traveled in the leftist circles of West Germany at the time.
That morning, in the high-security wing of Stammheim Prison, Stuttgart, guards discovered the leaders of the Red Army Faction (RAF), otherwise known as the Baader-Meinhof group, dead or dying in their cells.
Jordan compiled a data set of 96 organizations, such as Hamas and Germany's 1970s-vintage Baader-Meinhof Gang, that experienced a total of 298 incidents of decapitation between 1945 and 2004.
The hippie anthems of The Mamas and The Papas were replaced by the harsh tones of Iggy Pop, Lou Reed, and David Bowie, who said in 1976, "I believe Britain could benefit from a fascist leader." And the running street battles between students, professors, and Panthers and the powers that be were replaced by the bombings of miniscule yet mayhem-creating terror groups such as the Baader-Meinhof Gang and Weatherman, nicely described by Wheen as products of the "defeats of 1968." Indeed, the Seventies can be seen as the big fat comedown from the decade of peace and love and experimentation.
Whereas the latter present the theme using fictional accounts set in the present, The Baader Meinhof Complex (Uli Edel, 2008, Germany) focuses on the real-life exponents of political violence: the Baader-Meinhof Group (later known as the Red Army Faction or RAF).
"Al Qaida is an organised terrorist group, similar to the extreme leftist groups in Europe during the eighties, including the German Baader-Meinhof Gang.
It purports to present the history of the Baader-Meinhof gang, also known as the Red Army Faction, which, after terrorizing West German society through the 1970s, did not cease fully to exist until the 1990s.
[1] The German film Der Baader-Meinhof Komplex depicts the founding years of the Red Army Faction (RAF), West Germany's Marxist-Leninist terrorist group.
Dostoevsky was inspired to write the story of young psychopaths who are prepared to ignore any amount of collateral damage for the sake of "the Revolution", or "the People", by the Baader-Meinhof gang's political ancestor, the archetypical terrorist Sergei Nechayev.
Instead, while truly horrified by the violence, she, too, makes the leap out the window: The legend of the "Baader-Meinhof Gang" originates in that leap.
The hijackers - two from the Popular Front for the Liberation of Palestine and two from Germany''s Baader-Meinhof gang - diverted the plane to Entebbe, where it arrived on June 28.
Among Germany's many chronicles of its homegrown terrorists, Stefan Aust's 1985 600-page Baader-Meinhof Komplex stands out as the classic, although not necessarily the best, study.