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    The Berlin Wall was a concrete symbol of suppression of human rights by the Eastern blockade during the Cold War. Taylor thought it was more convenient to the Western democracies than their rhetoric suggested. The building of the wall divided families and neighborhoods in August 1961. The wall represented solitude of violence and anger in the post-war world. The autumn of 1961, threatened the world with the risk of military conflict, one that could easily escalate into a nuclear confrontation…

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    once said “come here, to this gate. Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate, Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall” (“Reagan”). Prior to the fall of the wall in 1989, Germany was split into two different parts, one being the West and the other being the East. The Berlin Wall had a significant impact on Germany because the country was not united and it prevented development in the East. The fall of the Berlin wall had a positive effect on Germany by starting the process of unification in the country. Germany…

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    The history of the Berlin Wall was ignited by World War II. Germany plotted an attack on Poland, yet was intimidated by the fact that the Soviet Union might interfere. So, before raiding Poland, Hitler made sure to sign a non-aggression pact with the U.S.S.R. This pact secretly stated that Poland should be divided between Germany and the Soviet Union, with Germany receiving the western third, while the Soviets gained control of the remaining two-thirds. Germany began their attacks on Poland on…

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    Introduction: The Berlin Wall was built in 1961 by German Democratic Republic’s (GDR) government to stop people form the eastern bloc to escape to the west through West Berlin. Its downfall in November of 1989 was huge news to the world as with its importance it affected the whole world. It was not just uniting a single country again but it also opened the border between the East and West of Europe and the world. It was an end to the Cold War tensions between the two ideologies of the USSR with…

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    The fall of the Berlin Wall not only symbolized the end of the Cold War, communism, and dictatorship in Eastern Germany, but it was also a great impact on European history. The Berlin Wall, despite its monstrous purpose, brought some positive consequences to the people of Germany. During the twenty-eight years the wall stood, many friendships and families were torn apart due to a physical separation, as well as metaphorical due to stigmas, controversies, and stereotypes. As the wall was built…

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    powerful and emotional speech in west Berlin, Germany. This speech was addressing the Berlin Wall, and all of the political issues that came with it. 26 years prior to Reagan’s speech, the Berlin wall was built to separate the communist East from the “Allied” west, this wall was extremely controversial and kept any people from leaving west Berlin without great difficulty. Reagan’s speech had immense impact on Berlin, 2 years after his speech, the Berlin Wall was taken down and both East and West…

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    screamed that the Berliners were celebrating the fall of the Berlin wall. This was after a period of three decades where the West was kept apart from the East Berliners. The communists’ rulers/leaders in the East Germany authorized the gates along the wall to be opened. Huge amount of individuals had converged at the walls crossing point before the permission was granted. People from the East Germany shouted and cheered while surging towards the wall as those from West met them with…

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    the Berlin Wall and the impact on Germany, Berlin and other places, the problems created by the Soviet Union for the people and the restrictions of several human rights and freedom will prove that the era of the Berlin Wall was indeed problematic for the people in different areas. The problems created by the Soviet Union will prove that the era of the Berlin Wall was indeed problematic for people from many different areas. Due to the problems created by the Soviet Union 's , the Berlin Wall was…

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    The generation and shaping of knowledge Presentation topic – The Fall Of The Berlin Wall How did the fall of the Berlin wall change the world? History In 1961 the communist government built the Berlin Wall. The was divided Berlin into East Berlin and West Berlin. The reason behind building this wall was to prevent people from the West Berlin fleeing to the West Berlin. It was also symbolized as the “Iron Curtain” that divided the democratic western countries and the communist countries of…

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    Challenging the leader of the Soviet Union, President Ronald Reagan issued a statement on June 12, 1987. He arrived to the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin with a challenge: to tear down the Berlin Wall and rally citizens to oppose the wall and accept democracy, “Come here to this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, open this gate! Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” There was no doubt that Reagan was a world leader and his word was very impactful. With his weighted word as President of the United States,…

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