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The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall

.... Furthermore, East Germans learned about the West by listening to newscasts from Radio Free Europe, Radio in the American Sector, the British Broadcasting ....

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German Unification Problems

.... On September 10th, Hungary opened it's borders to Austria and 50,000 East Germans fled to the west. In the next 5 months, over 100,000 more fled. ....

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Germany and the Cold War

.... Thousands of East Germans began fleeing into West Germany to avoid the tyranny of the Soviet Union. In response, the Soviets built ....

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The Cold War and the Berlin Wall

.... It is seen through the efforts of East Germans to escape over the Berlin Wall that many East Germans hated the tyrannical puppet government which proved a ....

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Germany Still Divided

.... As Petra Bauer-Kaase states, "East Germans still have difficulties in adjusting to a political system where individuals have a great deal of responsibility for ....

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Berlin Wall

.... In 1961 the east Germans decide to stop the flight go to the west. .... In the fall of that year the east Germans regime was on falling down. ....

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Cold War

.... After the fall of the wall East Germans began flooding into West Germany.¢ Within a few hours, over a million persons per day had seized the chance to see ....

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The Downfall of Communism in Eastern and Central Europe

.... In regards to the East Germans, the Law was effectively self- imposed, and "neither submission nor voluntary self-submission is likely to engender the social ....

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Europe in teh 1960s

.... if the German problems were not solved by mutual agreement within six months, he would turn over control of the city and its approaches to the East Germans. ....

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Europe in teh 1960s1

.... if the German problems were not solved by mutual agreement within six months, he would turn over control of the city and its approaches to the East Germans. ....

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The KGB

.... First Harvey recruited East Germans who had access to the cable routings (Berlin Tunnel, 3). To keep the project secret no one except the top staff had any ....

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Berlin Wall1

.... Migration between Communist states was unrestricted, therefore, East Germans would go from East Germany to Hungary and from there to West germany, or any other ....

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The Fall of the Berlin Wall

.... It has been estimated that, in all, over two and a half million East Germans immigrated between 1949 and the start of this year. ....

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GERMANY: FROM NAZIS TO NOWADAYS

.... The problem of unification was not only concerned with the integrating East Germans into the larger political community, but also the presence of two ....

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Cold War

.... boom and East Germany gradually rebuilt its economy under the Soviets however, a shortage of skilled workers in West Germany lured many East Germans to flea to ....

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The Fall of Communism

.... nation and after it tore down the barbed wire, which was part of the Iron Curtain, along its border with Austria, thousands of East Germans began using Hungary ....

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Post WWII german culture

.... Despite their intense opposition to one another, Poiger asserts that Stalinist East Germans and conservative West Germans reacted similarly to American culture ....

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Germany in the Cold War

.... 3. In alignment with the previous sentiments of Eastern Germany, most of the East Germans were excited and thrilled to see the Berlin Wall collapse. ....

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Germany's Changing Health Care System

.... Germany. In 1961, the East Germany government erected a wall in Berlin to keep East Germans from becoming West Germans. The wall ....

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Germany

.... West Berliners started by offering East Germans complimentary gifts and services, but soon grew tired of what came along with unification. ....

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THE BERLIN CRISIS

.... For them the ultimate solution was the "liberation¢ of West Berlin, removing its subversive influence as a powerful magnet for East Germans and East ....

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The Cold War

.... took over. On the 13th of August 1961 a wall was built to stop East Germans from getting to the West and vice vercer. Two years ....

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Germany

.... It is no surprise then that many East Germans tried to migrate to the western part of the country, and with the era of the Cold War no one was allowed to leave ....

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Cold War

.... in East Germany. He also intended to stop the emigration of East Germans to the West through West Berlin. Some Russians saw Krushchev's ....

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The Cold War

.... down. The Berlin Wall was put up in Germany because 2.6 million East Germans escaped to live a better life in the West. The East ....

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None_Provided

.... government. Living conditions in East Germany were deplorable and East Germans routinely tried to escape to West Germany. The Berlin ....

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John F Kennedy

.... power wanted to stop Khrushchev from closing down from the air and land between West Berlin and East Germany, On August 13, 1961, East Germans decided to build ....

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Communism vs Democracy in America

.... This would prevent East Germans from fleeing their country by West Berlin, which was under the control of the United States, France, and Great Britain. ....

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Wilson

.... was epitomized time and time again, and most convincingly with the struggles for independence by Czechs, Poles, Balts, East Germans, Ukrainians, and the ....

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The cold war

.... tore down their own "iron curtain" of barbed wire separating the Hungarian-German boarder, and the subsequent mass movement of East Germans into Hungary ....

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