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EastGermanyOnline Sep 14
Can't remember if I have tweeted this before, but has a massive collection of postcards on their site.
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EastGermanyOnline Sep 7
Spotted today at Rufford Old Hall, UK.
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RadioGDR Sep 11
Arrived today. The Red Prussians: East German And Soviet Plans for Conquest of West Germany During the Cold War. Published September 2019
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Matt Ford Sep 12
in 1990, ten months after the fall of the Berlin Wall, the East German (/) national team played its 293rd and final game, Matthias Sammer scoring its 500th and 501st goals to beat Belgium 2-0 in a friendly in Brussels. Only 14 players turned up. [via ]
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EastGermanyOnline Sep 13
Berlin’s Stadtschloss and the trouble with history via
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Nuno Miguel 🏳️‍🌈 16h
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Deutschland.de/en Sep 12
in : In 1990 the , , , , and signed the Two Plus Four in . In the , the renounced all rights they held in Germany and paved the way for the . 🇩🇪
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Pepe Roni Sep 12
"Socialism prevails!" Dresden, ©Archiv Kreutzer/Das neue Berlin
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Deutschland.de/en Sep 13
in : In 1964, Michael Meyer tried to escape from former to . As he passed the barriers, eastern border guards opened fire on him and he got hit by eight bullets. Luckily, people from pull him across the .
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EastGermanyOnline Sep 12
How the Stasi failed to silence Rolling Stones fans in East Germany
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EastGermanyOnline Sep 10
Berlin Art Week Celebrates the 30th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall
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ısᴀᴀc вᴀʟᴀвᴀɴ O̲ G̲a̲r̲o̲t̲o̲ P̲r̲o̲d̲í̲g̲i̲o̲ 🦇 Sep 14
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ısᴀᴀc вᴀʟᴀвᴀɴ O̲ G̲a̲r̲o̲t̲o̲ P̲r̲o̲d̲í̲g̲i̲o̲ 🦇 Sep 6
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Drakonía Inchain Sep 7
recensione : Awaken
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Ned Richardson-Little Sep 12
1990 – Final East German national football team match -playing Belgium in Brussels. (1)
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Hintermeier Daily Sep 9
30 years after the peaceful revolution in the , the Federal Foundation for the Reconciliation of the SED Dictatorship takes a critical stock of the situation and warns against glossing things over in the SED state.
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Gio Ve Sep 7
The Glienicke Bridge (German: Glienicker Brücke),across the Havel River, as seen from the Wannsee District of West Berlin towards Potsdam, German Democratic Republic, in 1968.
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EastGermanyOnline Sep 6
Rocker Udo Lindenberg: A nightmare for East German authorities
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Torcida GDR Alvinegra 12h
Jogadores passam... o Clube Atlético é eterno! Garra Determinação e Respeito
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Antje Arnold Sep 14
The Berlin Wall: A stroke of fate that changed history | Focus on Europe via the falls 😊
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