In Berlin again
- Berlin: A symbol of Europe's new possibilities. Christopher, Warren // U.S. Department of State Dispatch;9/12/94, Vol. 5 Issue 37, p600
Features remarks made by US Secretary of State Warren Christopher at the official farewell ceremony in honor of departing Allied troops in Berlin, Germany, on September 8, 1994. Tribute to forty-five years of Allied troops' defense of democracy in Berlin; The United States' commitment to a...
- THE STUPIDEST RUSSIAN IN EUROPE. O'Donnell, James P. // Saturday Evening Post;10/15/1949, Vol. 222 Issue 16, p19
The article profiles and discusses the political career of Major General Sergei Tulpanov, Soviet Union's appointed commissar in Berlin, Germany. The author points out that Tulpanov's record in Berlin has been a series of embarrassing mistakes, stupid plays and miscalculated risks. He describes...
- Spies in Berlin. A Hidden Key to the Cold War. Murphy, David E. // Foreign Affairs;Jul/Aug1998, Vol. 77 Issue 4, p171
Presents details on Berlin, Germany's importance to forces of military intelligence and espionage from both the East and West during the Cold War. Berlin as a source of information on the Soviet Union's progress toward an atomic bomb; Tracking uranium deliveries to the Soviet Union; Effects of...
- Street Life. // Art in America;Oct2006, Vol. 94 Issue 9, p58
This article describes a massive art exhibition in Berlin, Germany, centered on a single street, the Auguststrasse. Galleries were installed within the historic building and outside on the street. Berlin's tumultuous past, from World War II through the Cold War division of the city, was...
- Life in the Shade. // Time;2/2/1953, Vol. 61 Issue 5, p25
The article offers information on the conditions in Berlin, Germany as of February 2, 1953. It is said that around 1,000 refugees come into West Berlin daily and the figures are actually expected to go up to 3,000 refugees per day. Berlin has 78 refugee centers, one of which is a former bomb...
- Ten years after. // Defense Monitor;1999, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p5
Reports on the tenth anniversary of the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany.
- What it all means. // Defense Monitor;1999, Vol. 28 Issue 7, p8
Focuses on the implications of the fall of the Berlin Wall in Germany.
- KAREN LINKE. NACHT. CHANTIERS DE BERLIN. PIRENNE, RAPHA�L // Etc.;jui-aou2006, Issue 74, p5
The article presents information on the famous historic wall in Berlin, Germany, that was built around the border of the city, and separated it from other cities. It is stated that the wall, made up of iron and concrete, describes the history of architecture of Berlin. It is mentioned that the...
- WHEN GERMANY WAS DIVIDED. Foster, Renita // Soldiers;Aug2001, Vol. 56 Issue 8, p26
Relates the memories of Bob Hopkins, who served as a United States Army Intelligence Officer during the Cold War, to the Berlin Wall. His duties as an intelligence officer; Description of the Wall; Implications of the Berlin Wall.