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THE BERLIN WALL

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Oriol Prat

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Transcript of THE BERLIN WALL

THE N.A.T.O.
THE N.A.T.O.
The N.A.T.O. is the union of some countries, which 'fights' for the freedom and the security of its members; by military and political means.

Was created in 1949.
THE WARSAW PACT

This union is formed by 8 countries, they are in the eastern part of Europe and in the center (the biggest one was the U.S.S.R.)
THE WARSAW PACT
This union (also called the Warsaw Treaty Organization) was a political and military alliance that was created on May 14, 1955.

The Soviet Union formed this alliance for 'fight' against the N.A.T.O.
THE
``IRON CURTAIN´´
The iron curtain is a political, ideological and in some cases is a physical curtain boundary between western Europe and the communist countries (this was created before the second WW2).
The Berlin wall generally consisted of
barbed wire
(filferro espinós), and
armed guards
(militars armats).
The wall was 107 km long, and 4 meters high in the majority of places.

They built it because they didn't want that people of the eastern part leave it and went to the western one.
THE BERLIN WALL
ÀNGEL GARCÍA & ORIOL PRAT
The N.A.T.O is formed by
european western countries and
northern american countries
(U.S.A. and Canada)
BERLIN WALL
Characteristics:
WESTERN PART OF THE WALL
(capitalist world)
EASTERN PART OF THE WALL
This part of Berlin, was richer than the eastern one (the communist).
In the starting years of the Cold War (1947–1991), the people could move into the two parts of the city, but when this "war" intensified, they built a wall because they didn't want that people move into the parts.
CHECKPOINTS
THE FALL OF THE WALL
THE FALL OF THE WALL
The night of the 9-10-1989 was one of the most important ones in Berlin's history, because that night the wall was destroyed.
A lot of people went there to witness the event, also it was very shocking because in 28 years few people could go to the other part of the city,
it was very emotive.
SOME PICTURES OF
THE BERLIN WALL
PRESIDENT REAGAN DEMANDS THE FALL OF THE WALL
(communist world)
The eastern part of Berlin was poorer than the western part (the capitalist one).

There is an important gallery, this is important because it's an international memorial for freedom.
On June 12, 1987 the president Reagan did a speech about the wall, and there he said ''Mr.Gorbachov open this gate', this were the most famous words of that speech.
Mijaíl Gorbachov was the president of the U.S.S.R. and Ronald Reagan the E.U.A.'s one.
The fall of the Wall
Checkpoint Charlie
Security of the Wall
A reflexive phrase on the Wall
This were like control points around the Wall for count the people and have the certainty of who was passing that point. The most famous checkpoint was Checkpoint Charlie.
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