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Department of State Nov 9
On the 30th anniversary of the , we remember President Kennedy's remarks in West Berlin in 1963, "Freedom is indivisible, and when one man is enslaved, all are not free...[A]s a free man, I take pride in the words "Ich bin ein Berliner.""
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German Embassy London Nov 9
Ahead of , a special edition of Independent: Berlin Wall breaks open | | |
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Department of State Nov 9
President Ronald Reagan’s 1987 exhortation to Soviet leader Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Berlin Wall was a visceral response to a monstrosity. Today, the is home to the Signature Segment of the Berlin Wall. Learn more:
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Department of State Nov 9
Today, we mark the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall - one of the most iconic moments of the 20th century. remains a steadfast partner, a trusted friend, and an important ally.
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Secretary Pompeo Nov 9
: Today’s 30th Anniversary of the evokes powerful memories of my time as a young commander patrolling the then-East Germany-West Germany boundary. Amazed at how far we have come since then.
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Morgan Ortagus Nov 9
Today marks the 30th anniversary of the . The United States and Germany can celebrate a true victory for freedom. The events of 1989 were led by people with a strong desire for representative democracy, free markets, and rule of law.
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Department of State Nov 6
At , joined former Secretary of State James A. Baker, III, , and to mark the 30th anniversary of the . Our solidarity with the German people began in the earliest days of the Cold War. It hasn’t wavered since.
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Department of State Nov 9
. highlights the three-decade anniversary celebrating a monumental victory for mankind’s natural longing for freedom during his remarks on "The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future" in Berlin.
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Department of State Nov 6
At the new , recognized historic moments in U.S. diplomacy and commemorated the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall.
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EU Council Nov 9
Today 30 years ago, the Berlin Wall fell - an important milestone for the Europe that we live in today 🇩🇪🇪🇺
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Foreign Office 🇬🇧 Nov 8
"I wasn't expecting the wall to open quite so soon." British diplomats who witnessed the fall of the Berlin Wall tell their story 👇 | | |
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Kate Brady Nov 9
Born into a Europe without the Iron Curtain, I missed the on November 9, 1989. Now, with my own German citizenship pending, new ugly walls that question identity are being built in Germany. It’s time to tear them down once and for all. More:
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Emily Haber Nov 9
Today is the 30th anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall! I remember every detail of that wonderful day- the hugs I gave my children, the joy of my friends, the deep sense of history. The wouldn't have happened without the USA, so today we celebrate together!
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Department of State Nov 9
. discusses the continuing imperative to defend free nations and free peoples during his remarks on "The Lessons of 1989: Freedom and Our Future" in Berlin.
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Susan Glasser Nov 9
Remembering an afternoon nap in college when I went to sleep in one world—and woke up in another.
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Firing Line with Margaret Hoover Nov 9
Reflections on the 30 years later from , who at the time was in the admin. of President George H.W. Bush. When some advisers urged him to travel to Berlin, she recalls him saying, "What would I do, dance on the wall? This is a German moment."
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Glasnost Gone Nov 9
Yawn: Soviet Russia built the Berlin Wall and killed lots of people trying to cross it. But hey, don't blame them, instead we're all expected to thank Russia.
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Carlo Masala Nov 9
For some the fall of the wall opened up the possibility of a career leap
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German Mission to UN Nov 9
“No wall that separates people and limits freedom is so high that it cannot be broken through.” Chancellor Merkel honors those who died trying to cross the inner German border
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Kate Brady Nov 9
Berlin swimming pools contribute to remembering the , 30 years ago today, with an offer for saunas. “The Berlin Movement: Don’t sweat anymore.” German Chancellor Angela Merkel famously said she was relaxing in a sauna on the night of November 9, 1989.
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