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What does LVZ stand for?

LVZ stands for Leipziger Volkszeitung (German newspaper; est. 1894)

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In an interview in Germany's Leipziger Volkszeitung newspaper, Merkel said: "Buchenwald concentration camp, the battle fields of northern France and the destruction of Dresden stand for the terrible suffering which Germany wreaked on Europe through the Holocaust and horror of World War Two.
She told the Leipziger Volkszeitung daily in an interview that Dresden, Normandy and Buchenwald were all "examples of the dreadful suffering" unleashed by Nazi Germany across Europe.
Not to be outdone, the organ of the Soviet Writers' Union announced that Orwell's "vision of the future is becoming a reality--in the United States," while the East German Leipziger Volkszeitung found that the book "has parallels with the real world of imperialism .
This pub cannot be beaten for tastelessness," Marianne Birthler, director of the government's archive of Stasi records, told the Leipziger Volkszeitung newspaper, adding that anyone who had seen inside the regime's files "would not have the stomach for a beer in that bar".
An overwhelming majority of Germans are still grateful for the Wall's fall, according to a poll in the regional daily Leipziger Volkszeitung, with 79 percent of those surveyed calling November 9, 1989 a joyous day.