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#Berlin By CTR Berlin et al.
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Once described by its mayor, Klaus Wowereit, as “poor but sexy”, Berlin is a city in a constant state of evolution. Following the end of over half a century of totalitarian rule in 1989,... More > it has spent the last 24 years developing a character completely its own. A hub for artists and musicians, tech start-ups and hippies; it is a place where ‘unorthodox’ lifestyles are so common they might as well be orthodox. Whatever your interests, Berlin has something for you. A plethora of galleries and museums, a history unique and curated so as to be part of the fabric of the city, delicious restaurants, high quality cheap eats and never-ending nights out. In this guide, we have pulled together some of the city’s highlights, to help get your Berlin adventure underway. We hope, with our help, you might be poor but sexy too. Team CTR Berlin< Less
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From Hitler to Honecker - Berlin Photos 1989-1999 (Premium Edition) By Ian J. Sanders
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The Premium edition contains full colour as well as black and white photos. Berlin, Germany has been at the centre of two world wars and was until 1989 the potential flashpoint for a third. This... More > photo collection shows many locations in and around Berlin showing the changing landscape and cityscape from 1989 to 1999. The book should be of interest to anyone interested in recent European history as well as tourists to the city. Visit Berlinphotos.co.uk for more information. < Less
Eagles Over Berlin By Kati Fabian
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Love story as Casablanca, but in the Cold War, Eagles Over Berlin is taking place during the blockade of Berlin. In 1945, the Americans arrived as enemies in Berlin, but three years later, they... More > became the hope of two and half million Berliners by stopping the Soviet expansionism with the implementation of a large scale airlift. In war-torn Germany, John - American pilot and Esther - holocaust survivor meet and fall in love in the turmoil of history. From the Oval Office, to Stalin's study, through plane crashes in Soviet territory we follow the events of the airlift. Soviet spies and secret negotiations lead to the lifting of the blockade, but the victory tragically separates John and Esther. By a twist of destiny, they will meet again forty years later, in 1989. When the Berlin Wall comes down, they will understand the purpose of their lives.< Less
Eagles Over Berlin By Kati Fabian
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Love story as Casablanca, but in the Cold War, Eagles Over Berlin is taking place during the blockade of Berlin. In 1945, the Americans arrived as enemies in Berlin, but three years later, they... More > became the hope of two and half million Berliners by stopping the Soviet expansionism with the implementation of a large scale airlift. In war-torn Germany, John - American pilot and Esther - holocaust survivor meet and fall in love in the turmoil of history. From the Oval Office, to Stalin's study, through plane crashes in Soviet territory we follow the events of the airlift. Soviet spies and secret negotiations lead to the lifting of the blockade, but the victory tragically separates John and Esther. By a twist of destiny, they will meet again forty years later, in 1989. When the Berlin Wall comes down, they will understand the purpose of their lives.< Less
Traveling to Berlin Germany By V. T.
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One of the most beautiful city in the world is non other than Berlin, situated in Germany. Berlin was infamous for the Berlin Wall, which was torn down in 1989, left deep memories for many tourist.... More > People travel to Berlin for its beauty and modernization. If you decide to experience yourself, you have to get this ebook. Inside contains tons of tips guiding you where to travel, eat, cheap accommodation, car rental and lots more. Give yourself a well deserve break. Book your air ticket today!< Less
The Ghosts of Berlin - Images of a Divided City By Ian J. Sanders
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Berlin was at the centre of two world wars and was until 1989 the potential flashpoint for a third. Throughout the city are reminders of it's violent and turbulent past. This large format photo... More > book shows the key locations in its history, as well as some lesser known ones. The book should be of interest to anyone interested in recent European history, as well as tourists to the city, who want to see how Berlin has changed over the years and find locations not in the usual guide books. Visit Berlinphotos.co.uk for more information.< Less
Berlin-Est By L. C. Ichai
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Quand : Dernier jour du mois de juillet 1990 Qui : moi, Elisabeth, 24 ans Où : sur les vestiges du Mur. Pourquoi : étudier le ressenti des populations Est-Berlinoises après la... More > chute du Mur. Comment : en écoutant les gens Et le bonus : une rencontre... Cette rencontre qui va bouleverser ma vie.< Less
Cold War Crossroads: East and West Berlin By W. D. Owen
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The Cold War was a complex, high-stakes period in world history during which the slightest mistake by JFK or Khrushchev—or their underlings—had the potential to devastate millions of... More > lives. A scary time, it was also a time of heroes, cowards, soldiers, and thieves. Cold War Crossroads follows the paths of four such individuals with their own stories and agendas. Over a three year period, the observant narrator details the respective Cold War experiences, from 1961 to 1989, of an American soldier, an American government employee, an East German dissident engineer, and an East German worker. Tensions are common in all sectors, underneath and over the Berlin Wall. Author W. D. Owen is no stranger to this time of upheaval. He spent four years of his youth in West Germany during the Cold War. An accomplished German linguist and scholar of German defense policy, domestic politics, and culture, Owen lived in or visited both East and West German sites over a span of fifty years.< Less
Cold War Crossroads: East and West Berlin By W. D. Owen
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The Cold War was a complex, high-stakes period in world history during which the slightest mistake by JFK or Khrushchev—or their underlings—had the potential to devastate millions of... More > lives. A scary time, it was also a time of heroes, cowards, soldiers, and thieves. Cold War Crossroads follows the paths of four such individuals with their own stories and agendas. Over a three year period, the observant narrator details the respective Cold War experiences, from 1961 to 1989, of an American soldier, an American government employee, an East German dissident engineer, and an East German worker. Tensions are common in all sectors, underneath and over the Berlin Wall. Author W. D. Owen is no stranger to this time of upheaval. He spent four years of his youth in West Germany during the Cold War. An accomplished German linguist and scholar of German defense policy, domestic politics, and culture, Owen lived in or visited both East and West German sites over a span of fifty years.< Less

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