Living with the Wall   CD and MP3 files

In August 1961, the inhabitants of Berlin woke up to find their city had been divided in two. For the next twenty eight years, the 30 miles of ten foot high concrete and barbed wire, known as the Berlin Wall, became the symbol of Communism's refusal to risk allowing East Berliners to meet freely with family and friends in the Western part of the city. Julian Crandall Hollick spent time in both halves of the city learning how Berliners coped with LIVING WITH THE WALL, and all its very personal consequences.



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