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The Fall of The Berlin Wall (history project)

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Savannah Riggsby

on 4 June 2013

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Team 0 + - = 9 8 7 1 2 3 4 5 6 c Around 171 people died trying to get over the wall. “Many small people in many small places, who do many small steps, can change the face of the world.” The city of Berlin was split into two, not letting people from East Berlin and West Berlin communicate. The Fall of the Wall During the protests against the
government, East Berliners escaped
through the openings around the
border. On November 9, 1989 the
government made the decision to take
the wall down. Thousands of Berliners
gathered around the wall to protest.
The pressure from the protesters made
it impossible to keep the wall up, Which
lead to the fall of the Berlin wall. In September of 89 protests broke out
saying to take down the wall. The Berlin Wall Construction of the wall
started August 13 1961 Behind the wall on the east side had sand to show foot prints, Floodlights, vicious dogs, trip-wire machine guns, and soldiers to kill any escapes. Ronald Reagan gave a speech telling
them to "Tear down this wall" Play video Many people were not happy with the wall. It split families apart. "The Wall now carries messages of
hope, symbols of freedom, and images
that detail the German experience
after World War II."
- The History Channel. Some More Graffiti Thanks for watching!
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