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The 45-year-old mother, identified only as Andrea G., is charged with four counts of murder in the trial at the Coburg state court.Her 55-year-old husband, Johann G., is charged with being an accessory to murder. , who is accused of murder, covering her face with a folder, in the court room of the regional court in Coburg, Germany, Tuesday July 12, 2016.A couple have gone on trial in Germany after the remains of eight babies were found at their apartment in Bavaria last year.

(Daniel Karmann/dpa via AP) The defendant said that, when she told her husband in 2003 that she was pregnant again, he had been furious and demanded an abortion.

The woman then repressed thoughts of the pregnancy and was surprised by the birth — a pattern that was repeated during the subsequent seven pregnancies, according to her lawyer.

She wasn't sure how many of the babies were born alive. , who is accused of murder, covering her face with a folder, in the court room of the regional court in Coburg, Germany, Tuesday July 12, 2016.

Born in the GDR, raised in Europe: What role does the partition of the European continent play in our minds today?

This question bothers “Wendekind” („turnaround child“ – an expression for kids growing up during the changeover period around German unification) Adriana Lettrari since 2011.

Together with the network 3rd Generation East Germany, she explores the experience of the German turnaround as a chance and considers the differing socialization in East and West consciously within the European context.

For her civic engagement, Lettrari is now awarded with the “Germany’s Women of Europe Award 2016”, which is celebrating its 25th anniversary.

Born 1979 in Neustrelitz and grown up in Rostock, she experienced the German partition and the split of the European continent through the Iron Curtain in her childhood.

She spent the imprinting years of her youth in unified Germany and had therefore a “double socialization” – similar to all today’s 30-40 year-old “Wendekinder” as well as their Eastern European contemporaries.

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