Stefan Reinecke

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Stefan Reinecke (* 1959 ) is a German journalist and publicist .


Reinecke studied German and politics . He worked for the weekly newspaper Der Freitag and the daily newspaper for over 15 years and was then editor for the Berliner Tagesspiegel from 1999 to 2001 . Since 2002 he has been working again for the parliamentary office of the taz , where he mainly writes about the parties Die Linke and the SPD as well as about historical politics . He also writes for Epd Film and has published several books and articles on contemporary history and film topics.

Reinecke lives in Berlin.


  • Hollywood goes Vietnam. The Vietnam War in US-American films (= fade-in. Vol. 5). With an afterword by Georg Seeßlen. Hitzeroth, Marburg 1993, ISBN 3-89398-115-2 .
  • Nicolai Bukharin : The last word of the accused in the criminal case of the anti-Soviet “bloc of the right and Trotskyists”. Trials before the military college of the Supreme Court of the USSR in the evening session of March 12, 1938 (= EVA speeches. Vol. 22). With an essay by Stefan Reinecke. Europa, Hamburg 1996, ISBN 3-434-50123-1 .
  • Ed .: The new NATO. From a defense alliance to an intervention force? Rotbuch, Hamburg 2000, ISBN 3-434-53065-7 .
  • Ed. Together with Rolf Aurich: Jim Jarmusch. Bertz and Fischer, Berlin 2001, ISBN 3-929470-80-2 .
  • Otto Schily. From RAF lawyer to interior minister. Biography. Hoffmann and Campe, Hamburg 2003, ISBN 3-455-09415-5 .
  • Christian Semler : No communism is also no solution. Texts and essays. Edited by Stefan Reinecke. TAZ, Berlin 2013, ISBN 978-3-937683-43-0 .
  • Ströbele: The biography. Berlin, Berlin 2016, ISBN 978-3-8270-1281-4 ( review by Eckhard Jesse ).

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Individual evidence

  1. Stefan Reinecke. In: .
  2. ^ A b Authority record at the Library of Congress .
  3. ↑ Announcement of the publisher for Reinecke's book about Jarmusch; it lists contributions to Joel and Ethan Coen , Alfred Hitchcock and Stanley Kubrick .