Hermann L. Gremliza

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Hermann Ludwig Gremliza (November 20, 1940 in Cologne) is a German left wing journalist.

In the 1960s he studied at Tübingen. Gremliza was leading journalist for policy at Der Spiegel and refounded 1974 the left-wing magazine konkret.

In 1987, he contended that he was a ghostwriter for the investigative journalist Günter Wallraff. Wallraff impugned the accusations.[1]

In 1989, he left the Social Democratic Party because of her support for the german reunification.

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