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Beyond the Berlin Wall

Erika von Hornstein

Beyond the Berlin Wall

by Erika von Hornstein

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Published by Wolf in London .
Written in English


Edition Notes

Originally published as "Andere müssen bleiben". Kiepenheuer & Witsch, 1960.

Statementby refugees who have fled to the West as told to Erika von Hornstein; translated from the German by Lawrence Wilson.
The Physical Object
Pagination254p.
Number of Pages254
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL19435425M

30th anniversary of the Peaceful Revolution and the fall of the Berlin Wall. The Exhibition A World Beyond the Wall features the work of Stefan Roloff and Harf Zimmermann, together for the first time in the United States. Living on opposite sides of the Berlin Wall, Roloff and Zimmermann spent most of their lives not knowing about each other. Culture Beyond the Wall: East Berlin's many faces explored in exhibition. East Berlin was the center of power in communist East Germany, but it was also a city where subversive currents thrived.

  Berlin Wall. Berlin Wall Memorial. During our first trip to Berlin we visited the Berlin Wall memorial. The interactive display gives an insight into the lives of those ‘beyond the wall” during the cold war years. Spanning one kilometre through the centre of Berlin, the memorial describes escape attempts made during the history of the Wall. Beyond the Wall, TASCHEN’s groundbreaking volume on GDR visual and material culture, has won First Prize in the Book category at this year’s annual American Alliance of Museums (AAM) Publications Design Competition. This encyclopaedic tome features over items from the extraordinary Wende Museum collections, including an unprecedented spectrum of art, archives, and artifacts from.

Why visit Berlin? The German capital is a history packed city. Devastated at the end of World War II and divided by a Wall for 28 years, Berlin regains its former splendor at great strides.. The contemporary buildings erase the city’s difficult past to create a unique atmosphere, where vintage blends pleasantly with the state-of-the-art, and the outlandish complements the everyday. Willner's book follows her East Berlin family up to the destruction of the wall in and their reconciliation with Hanna. Throughout, Willner intersperses .


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Beyond the Wall is the first book, in either English or German, to tell the whole story of the Beyond the Berlin Wall book revolution that demolished the Berlin Wall, ended the cold war, and tore apart the Soviet empire. Elizabeth Pond, former Moscow and European correspondent for the Christian Science Monitor, was an eyewitness to the dramatic events of Beyond the Berlin Wall book to the fifteen years of relations Cited by:   Beyond the Wall: The Lost World of East Germany.

Simon Marsden, Duncan McLaren. Rating details 14 ratings 1 review. Shortly after the Berlin Wall was dismantled inphotographer Simon Marsden and author Duncan McLaren embarked on a journey of discovery through the former Communist State of East Germany, aiming to capture on film this lost world that /5.

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Anyone can find something fascinating in the book, whether or not you’re already a history buff.”Category: Books > Architecture & Design. This is an absolutely amazing chronicle of life in the German Democratic Republic, from its establishment in up through the fall of the Berlin Wall in and subsequent reunification of the two Germanys/5(19).

Do you know the story behind The Berlin Wall. In this video learn how The Berlin wall would define the second half of the 20th century. To be the first to wa. The propaganda artifacts exhibited in “Beyond the Wall” and the posters in Heather’s book were part of the wider Cold War battle for hearts and minds.

Order from Chaos It has been 30 years since the fall of the Berlin Wall. The consequences of this event for Germany and for Europe to this day take central stage in discussions about the end of the. Eastern maps of Berlin depicted the city beyond the wall as a featureless void, without streets or buildings.

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As the 20th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall approaches, here are 10 books that best illustrate the damage it caused Suzanne Munshower Tue 25. The German-American artist Stefan Roloff presents his installation BEYOND THE WALL at Berlin's West Side Gallery.

This stunning exhibition combines footage-stills from the old border area with silhouetted portraits of former citizens of the GDR. The first edition of the novel was published inand was written by Anna Funder.

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New York: Atheneum. $ Book Summary On the morning of Augthe residents of East Berlin found themselves cut off from family, friends and jobs in the West by a tangle of barbed wire.

was, for Berlin, the year of the tunnels dug under the infamous Wall. It was the most recorded way of escape in West Germany — more than 12 tunnels were built in under the Berlin Wall. The 25 anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall triggered yet another wave of ostaglie, the peculiarly specific condition characterised by nostalgia for the feeling and things of all things East the Wall will be a bitter pill to treat the worst cases, for the lovingly compiled monograph is in danger of exacerbating the longing.

The book has been overseen by Justinian Jampol.A Short Guide to Notable Historic Barriers. This article relates to The Berlin Wall. Hadrian's Wall was built in AD It measures 80 Roman miles ( miles/ km).

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