Thomas Flemming managed to tell the whole story of the divided city on just eighty pages, without missing a beat.
Berlin in the Cold War vividly describes the conflict between the two superpowers—the USA and the Soviet Union—as it played out in Berlin, the divided city that was frontier town, spy post, and battlefield. The book highlights the dramatic events that affected the entire world: the blockade, the airlift, the June 1953 uprising against the Communists, the construction of the Wall, stories of escape and espionage, and the fall of the Iron Curtain.
The book includes numerous pictures and a map of all the Cold War places in Berlin.
studied history at Berlin’s Free University. He has written numerous books and newspaper stories about post-war history, and he has curated exhibitions, among them “The History of World War I” at the Deutsches Historisches Museum in Berlin.
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Softcover, 90 pages
Dimensions: 6.7’’ x 9.6’’’
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