During his apprenticeship as a toolmaker, Frank Eberts began his engagement in the dissident milieu of East Berlin. His principle area of activity was in the environmental library, where he produced Samizdat literature and took part in protests. Ebert is one of the founders of the Matthias-Domaschk Archive (1992). Since 1993, he works for the Robert-Havemann Society, where his chief responsibilities are in the library as well as the audio and video archives.
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