Jakob Kaiser Prize

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The Jakob Kaiser Prize is a prize awarded annually by the Federal Ministry for Pan-German Issues for the best television program or report . The award is named after Jakob Kaiser , a German politician and resistance fighter against National Socialism .

The Jakob Kaiser Prize was awarded from 1960 until the Federal Ministry was dissolved in 1991 and was endowed with 10,000 D-Marks .

Award winners (selection)