The Berlin Wall (in german, Berlin Mauer) was a barrier that divided Germany and separated East Berlin from West Berlin. Also part of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) of 13 August 1961 to 9 November 1989. This wall is the most famous symbol of the Cold War.
For 30 years, the Berlin Wall was the defining symbol of the Cold War, separating families and keeping the people from jobs and opportunity in the west.
West Berliner at the foot of the wall talks to East Berliner, November 1962. (Photo: NATO Handout / Getty Images). By Jennifer Rosenberg. 20th Century History Expert. Share. Pin. Tweet. Submit.
In the last phase of the wall’s development, the "death strip" between fence and concrete wall gave guards a clear shot at hundreds of would-be escapees from the East. Remnant of the Berlin Wall...
The Berlin Wall came to symbolize the Cold War’s division of East from West Germany and of eastern from western Europe. About 5,000 East Germans managed to cross the Berlin Wall...
The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989.
a guarded concrete wall, 28 miles (45 km), with minefields and controlled checkpoints, erected across Berlin by East Germany in 1961 and dismantled in 1989.
The Berlin Wall was originally constructed in 1962 as a rival to the Great Wall of China. However, due to a violently turbulent history involving death, destruction, a Cold War, and Communism, the Berlin Wall fell like a ton of bricks in 1989.
‹ › The Berlin Wall has long since disappeared from reunified Berlin. Memories of it, however, are still very much alive...
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