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German Young Democrats 1950s (Germany)

Deutsche Jungdemokraten, DJD

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The youth organization of the Free Democratic Party (Freie Demokratische Partei - FDP) was the German Young Democrats (Deutsche Jungdemokraten - DJD), who used the same flag as the FDP, only with the 'DJD' inscription replacing the 'FDP' inscription. The variant used most frequently was a vertical banner. The DJD became more and more left-wing in the 1970s, so that a new youth organization was established called the Young Liberals (Junge Liberale), or Julis for short. I do not have information about any recent flag of the Julis.
Marcus Schmöger, 13 September 2001

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