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    city of Berlin was also divided into East Berlin and West Berlin by a wall called “The Berlin Wall”. When President John F. Kennedy arrived in West Berlin, he make a speech offers hope to the city’s residents, who were enclosed by communist East Germany. “There are people that don’t distinguish the difference between a free world and the communist word” –Kennedy, so he was honored to be at West Berlin because it represents the fighting of freedom. b.…

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    apart by two superpowers fighting for control of the world. This city becomes a symbol of the split between two very different worlds. That is what the city of Berlin, Germany was during the Cold War, a competition between the Capitalist United States of America and the Communist Union of Soviet Socialist Republics, or the Soviet Union. Berlin became a symbol of what the Cold War was doing to the world. Husbands and wives, brothers and sisters, entire families were severed apart by the two…

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    wire, of the to be Berlin Wall, from East Germany to West Germany, during the Cold War. During this time the Soviet Union had control over East Berlin, and West Berlin was under the control of America, Britain and France. The people of the East were very unhappy about the lack of political and economical freedom. The USSR had industrialised and militarised East Germany, causing many people to fear the Stasi; the most pervasive secret police agencies. On the other hand, West Berlin had the…

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    The German reunification was the process in 1990 in which the German Democratic Republic joined the Federal Republic of Germany to form the reunited nation of Germany, and when Berlin reunited into a single city, as provided by its then Grundgesetz constitution Article 23. The end of the unification process is officially referred to as German unity, celebrated on 3 October . The East German regime started to falter in May 1989, when the removal of Hungary's border fence opened a hole in the…

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    FFreedom for the people of Berlin is what Reagan was trying to achieve. He says that they shouldn’t be separate from the rest of Europe or even the rest of the world. The people of Berlin should have the freedom, to travel across Europe without being in fear. There freedom should not be held back by this wall. They cannot live in fear the rest of their lives. The United States is all about freedom, furthermore that is why many presidents in the past have traveled to Berlin, to help get their…

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    Washington DC that its government will not allow the communist ideologies to push them out of Berlin (Smyser, 2009). Additionally, he stressed that their extensive beliefs on ideology will not succeed either continuously or by them using violence. Because of this, he sternly emphasized for an increased defence US government budget. It was characterised by increased number of American reserves to minimize the Berlin violence. Again, he stressed that the government will purchase new modern weapons…

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    traveled to a place where the people shared their political beliefs, however that city was surrounded by people with a different mindset. When Kennedy and Reagan went to speak in West Berlin, they shared their opinions of Democracy by using some basic rhetoric devices. Both presidents wanted to see the Berlin Wall taken down and greatly valued the ideas of freedom and human rights. Flattery can go a long way especially if those getting flattered already idolize you. Reagan and Kennedy both…

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    ideologies and egos, another conflict arose. This conflict is called the Cold War. Many countries were terrified since nuclear war and World War III was a possibility if the war didn’t stop. It affected many regions of the world, particularly East and West Berlin and Cuba. The Soviet Union helped Cuba and established in the world as more than one of America’s allies. In actuality, Cuba was treated more like a colony than anything else, and the US was blind to its needs. America ignored the…

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    head of the British Intelligence in West Germany, who checks and inspects the spy missions in East Berlin. When his agent, Karl Riemeck, is shot down crossing the border into West Berlin, Leamas goes back…

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    stood before the people of Berlin and gave a speech. His remarks about the East-West Relations at the Brandenburg Gate in West Berlin show the people of the world that there are ways to get through the time of hardships. He lets his audience know that he understands by saying," Standing before the Brandenburg Gate, every man is a German, separated from his fellow men. Every man is a Berliner, forced to look upon a scar." In his 4th paragraph, where the scar is the Berlin Wall that separates East…

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