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    berlin

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    August 1961, Berlin decided to build a wall. They divided the East and the West part of Berlin. The East side was communist, and the West side was non-communists. The wall also divided France, Britain, and America. When all of that was done they thought that it was a good idea to put guidelines on the people. The people were also affected by the Berlin Wall, and after a while, the people got so affected that they started to break down the wall. The wall was built to keep communist and non-communists

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    berlin

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    spilt into two halves, the Soviet and non- Soviet. Then, leading to a barrier that separated Germany, splitting families and ruining lives for the people; only due to Soviet wanting more power. Right after that, the separation had caused west and East Berlin to think they would be forever apart… permanently… during the Cold War; though rights and freedom changed over time for the people. Finally, the people of Germany evolved to the separation, but politics and the world around Germany changed and moved

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    Berlin Airlift

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    In 1943, the Allies decided to divide Germany into three zones. The US and Great Britain would split the western half of Germany and the Soviets would control the eastern half. The city of Berlin would be deep inside the Soviet side, but would be jointly occupied as a symbol of Allied unity1. This was the Attlee Plan, devised by the British and signed by US President Franklin Roosevelt, Great Britain Prime Minister Winston Churchill, and Soviet Premier Joseph Stalin during the February 1945 Yalta

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    The Berlin Wall

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    The Berlin Wall Today people belong to the CNN generation. Any time an event happens in the world today people turn to CNN. In recent years, the Gulf War, and the events in Bosnia have been headliners. In 1989, one event monopolized the airways of CNN, THE FALL OF THE BERLIN WALL. I remember seeing this, and thinking how little I knew about this event. The fall of the Berlin Wall succeeded in one aspect that today is still not been rectified; The Berlin Wall divided Berlin into two very

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    Berlin Blockade

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    Berlin Blockade After World War II, when Germany was defeated, it was divided into four zones, one for each of the Allies. The eastern part went to the Russians. The other Allied Powers, France, Britain and the U.S. divided the Western portion of the city among themselves. This arrangement reflected the Allied solution for the whole of Germany. Berlin was an island with special status governed by four nations in the sea of the Soviet Zone of Occupation. In 1947, the Western portion of Germany

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    The Berlin Wall

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    The Berlin Wall Throughout the history of the World, there are many great facts, and things to learn. There is an abundance of information out there not only about our country but about the rest of the world also. After researching the Berlin Wall, I was quite interested, and did not realize what I was missing out on about the past history of our world. I am going to share all that I learned about the Berlin Wall, and how it made a difference in our past and future times. The Berlin Wall was

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    given control of West Germany.” (“Soviets Blockade West Berlin”) Right around the middle of East Germany was the city of Berlin, which was at the time being controlled by the Soviet Union. Another measure was taken to cripple the military of Germany and that was to even further divide the nation by splitting up Berlin into two parts as well, East Berlin and West Berlin. Like Germany itself, East Berlin was under Soviet control and West Berlin was under Allied control. Finally on August 13th 1961,

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    The Berlin Wall

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    The Berlin Crisis reached its height in the fall of 1961. Between August and October of that year, the world watched as the United States and the Soviet Union faced off across a new Cold War barrier, the Berlin Wall. In some ways, the Wall was Khrushchev’s response to Kennedy’s conventional buildup at the end of July, and there were some in the West who saw it that way. However, as Hope Harrison has clearly shown, Khrushchev was not the dominant actor in the decision to raise the Wall, but rather

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    Brandenburg-Prussia. 1647 Trees are planted along the avenue from the Berlin City Palace to the Tiergarten. 1658 Berlin becomes a fortification settlement. 1662 – 1669 A channel between the Spree and Oder is constructed as a direct connection between Wroclaw and Hamburg. Berlin becomes a transshipment port. Even though the settlement had existed for centuries, one of its earliest maps dates back to 1652, a time when two towns, Berlin and Cölln, formed a larger one on the banks of the Spree river. This

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    The Berlin Wall

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    The Berlin Wall ferociously slashed through the rights of the people of Germany. People have the right to go and live where they choose. Constructing a wall to trap and limit people was wrong. The people of Germany were oppressed economically and politically. The Berlin Wall was put up for one of the most historically common reasons any country would do anything radical: political and economical gain. East Germany was controlled by communist Russia. In contrast, West Germany was controlled by the

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