In August 1961, two young girls speak with their grandparents in East Germany over a barbed wire fence, a barricade which later became the Berlin Wall.
It’s interesting to see the still battered buildings from the battle of Berlin show their scars. I know it took time for parts of Germany to recover and rebuild but pictures like this really put it into perspective.
This entry was posted on December 29, 2013 by Miep. It was filed under History, Nightmares of World War II, Photography, Pursuit of Happiness, The Drama Of It All, The Politics of Cultural Destruction, World War Two and was tagged with Adolf Hitler, Berlin, Berlin Wall, Communism, Communist, Death, East Germany, Europe, Germany, Government, History, Hitler, human history, Military, Photo, Photography, Russia, War torn, World History, World War two.
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