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Berlin In The Cold War
No other conflict has such a powerful influence on the modern world as the Cold War between the two Superpowers of the USA and the Soviet Union. Berlin, divided by the Wall, was the front-line city of the conflict. In no other city but Berlin did East and West stand face to face with such proximity and menace. This book lavishly illustrated book describes the dramatic events of the blockade and the airlift, the people's uprising on 17th June 1953, the escape stories, the espionage missions and the eventual collapse of the Iron Curtain.

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