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The Berlin Wall: Division of a City

Using a wealth of fascinating photographs and documents, this book tells the full story of the Berlin Wall; from the barbed wire barriers of August 1961 to the 12 foot 'Fourth Generation Wall'. It describes the feelings and reactions of the people of both East and West Berlin from the day the wall went up until the events of 9th November 1989, which led to the collapse of what had been the most closely-guarded border in the world.

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