Reflecting on the end of the Berlin Wall
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Reflecting on the end of the Berlin Wall

Germans remember the day, two decades ago, when they heard that the wall dividing East Berlin and West Berlin was crumbling amidst popular protests. (Shannon Smiley and Craig Whitlock, edited by Francine Uenuma/The Washington Post)

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