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  1. Discover the history of the Berlin Wall. The Berlin Wall, the former border fortification of the GDR, stood between 1961 and 1989 and separated the western part of the city from the eastern part. Many people lost their lives trying to cross the border. The East Side Gallery is the longest surviving section of the Berlin Wall.

  2. Nov 5, 2019 · Young adults view collectivism as a serious alternative to capitalism. Most anyone under 40 has little memory of the Berlin Wall, probably the most dramatic symbol of the most murderous human tyranny to afflict the world. After decades of oppression, hundreds of millions of people were finally free, which today we take for granted.

  3. Nov 9, 2023 · The Berlin Wall fell more than three decades ago—but political, social, and economic divides between East and West Germany continue to reverberate, even among those born after Reunification. By Kerstin Lange. 9 Nov 2023. A crowd celebrates on top of the Berlin Wall in front of the Brandenburg Gate after the Wall opened on November 9, 1989.

  4. May 20, 2015 · More info on travel to Berlin: The Berlin Wall Memorial and Museum House at Checkpoint Charlie educate visito...

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  5. Feb 7, 2018 · The Berlin Wall stood for 10,316 days. As of Feb. 5, 2017, it has now been breached for over 10,316 days. From now on, Berlin will live with the memory of the wall for longer than it lived with ...

  6. Berlin Wall. The east and west of Germany were completely separated from each other in 1961 when the construction of the Berlin Wall was completed. During the Cold War era under the leadership of DDR leader Walter Ulbricht and Soviet leader Nikitia Chroesjtsjov, the capital was given a concrete wall that was supposed to prevent people moving between east and west.

  7. The fall of the Berlin Wall ( German: Mauerfall, pronounced [ˈmaʊ̯ɐˌfal] ⓘ) on November 9, 1989, during the Peaceful Revolution, marked the destruction of the Berlin Wall and the figurative Iron Curtain. It was one of the series of events that started the fall of communism in Central and Eastern Europe, preceded by the Solidarity ...

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