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Ulrike Meinhof  
DEFINITION
  • The left-wing journalist Ulrike Meinhof was known for her affiliation with the West German Red Army Faction (RAF), often referred to in the media as the Baader-Meinhof Gang, after its two most prominent members. Meinhof's parents were killed when she was young, and she was raised in West Germany by her foster mother, Renate Riemack, who was a socialist and profoundly influenced Meinhof's political views. [Source: The SAGE Encyclopedia of Terrorism; Meinhof, Ulrike (1934–1976)]
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https://concepts.sagepub.com/social-science/concept/Ulrike_Meinhof
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