Axel Hacke (born 20 January 1956 in Braunschweig) is a German journalist and writer. Axel Hacke grew up in his native town of Braunschweig, where he was politically involved with the young democrats in his youth. In his childhood he carried out the Protestant church newspaper, his parents believed that he would become a pastor. After graduating from the Wilhelm Gymnasium and military service, Hacke began studying in Göttingen in 1976, but soon moved on to Munich, where he attended the German School of Journalism and studied Political Sciences. From 1981 to 2000 he worked as an editor at the Süddeutsche Zeitung, initially for four years as a sports reporter, then as a political commentator, but above all as one of the authors of the "Striplicht" on the first page of the SZ and as an author of many reports on page three of the paper. He reported, wrote portraits (for example about the fashion designer Wolfgang Joop), reported on the political everyday life in Bonn and Berlin as well as on the turnaround in the GDR and the new federal states and was a correspondent at many Olympic games and football world championships. Axel Hacke has been working as a columnist and writer freelance since 2000.Hacke is married to singer and screenwriter Ursula Mauder. He has four children and lives with his family in Munich and Chiemgau.
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Polizeiruf 110 is a long-running German language detective television series. The first episode was broadcast 27 June 1971 in the German Democratic Republic, and after the dissolution of Fernsehen der...
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