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...Berlin Neue Sachlichkeit" ie (New Objectivity) "Neue Sachlichkeit" is defined as a “movement in the fine arts,music, and literature, which developed in Germany during the 1920s and was characterized by realism and a deliberate rejection of romantic attitudes” (Neue Sachlichkeit). 2) Walter Gropius Walter Gropious was noted as an American-German architect who was born in the year 1883 and identified to be one of the leaders of modern functional architecture (infoplease). His architectural works and designs make him famous and driven out by the Nazis from Germany, he emigrated to American in 1937 where he continued to exhibit his prowess in his respective field of endeavor....
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Berlin Airlift
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...Berlin Airlift of 1948 to 1949 is deemed to be one of the major feats in navigation history. This paper provides an overview of the Berlin blockade by the Soviet Union which led to the launch of the historic airlift operation. Moreover, it discusses the political background of the major crisis during the Cold War which adversely affected the Soviet-Western Powers relation. Post-World War II Relations To reach a consensus with regard to the rebuilding of Europe at the end of World War II, the Allied Forces comprised of the Soviet Union, United States, Great Britain and France forged the Potsdam Agreement. The provisions of the said agreement stipulated...
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Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall Introduction The Berlin Wall was a wall built by the German Democratic Republic or East Germany as a means of blocking off West Berlin from East Germany and East Berlin. This wall was built after the Second World War and included guard towers along the walls which defined an area for anti-vehicle trenches. It was built in an apparent attempt to secure their population against communist elements and to prevent people from conspiring against the government. Generally however, this wall was built in order to prevent the defection practices which were common among the East Germans during the post-WWII period. This paper shall discuss the history of the Berlin Wall, including... The Berlin...
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The Battle For Berlin
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...Berlin Before going into the discussion regarding overall importance of the Battle of Berlin on World War II (WWII) and the contributing factors of the battle, let us get a better understanding of what Battle of Berlin actually was. The battle of Berlin was the final battle between the Soviet Union and Germany, which put an end to the World War II in Europe. The battle, fought between 16th April 1945 to 2nd May 1945, was of great importance for Germany and the Soviet Union. The battle ended in the victory of the Soviet Union bringing an end to the Hitler’s third Reich. During the war, the Red army not only destroyed the main infrastructure of Berlin but also outnumbered the German... ?The Battle of...
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Jewish Museum Berlin
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...Berlin by architect Daniel Libeskind The Jewish Museum Berlin was designed by Daniel Libeskind and is known to exhibit social, cultural, and political history of the Jews living in Germany. It was opened to the public in the year 2001 which had explicit demonstration of not only the effects of the Holocaust but a rich era of Germany’s history. This was achieved from all its intricacies, from the materials used to build it and its integrated art. First of all, it has a building area of 166,840 square feet. Upon entrance, one has to enter a Baroque Kollegienhaus and then proceed to a dramatic entry through a stair that descends one to the view of the building’s foundation characterized... Jewish Museum...
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Art galleries in berlin
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...BERLIN I. INTRODUCTION Currently, there are at least 54 important art galleries in Berlin but the online website MuseumPortal Berlinlists up to 194 existing museums and art galleries that offers ancient works of arts and artifacts to pieces for children, non-European culture, technology, architecture, contemporary, among other themes. (“Museums” 2010) Most of these are thriving owing to the healthy cultural economy in the city. Residents and tourists alike flock to the opera, theaters, art galleries and patronize the music, literature, film, performing arts, among other artifacts produced by the cultural economy. The situation is almost the same as in New York, a cultural center... ART GALLERIES IN...
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Street art in Berlin
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...Berlin Street art is any form of visual art created and strategically located in public spaces to pass specific messages. The various types of arts in the streets include graffiti, sticker arts, sculptures and wheat pasted posters among many others. The streets of Berlin have numerous forms of art. Arts in the streets of Berlin are an integral aspect of the city that provides a link between the modern day Berlin and the historical Berlin. Street arts in the city of Berlin serve various functions key among which is to communicate the history of both the country and of the city. Additionally, the arts offer a conducive media for the citizens to criticize the authority and communicate day... Street art in...
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The Berlin Blockade
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...BERLIN BLOCKADE CONTENTS INTRODUCTION 2. AFTER WORLD WAR II 3. EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE BLOCKADE 4. THE BERLIN BLOCKADE 5. AFTERMATH AND CONSEQUENCES 6. CONCLUSION REFERENCE LIST 1. INTRODUCTION The Berlin Blockade was a crisis that took place in Berlin between June of 1948 and May of 1949. It was a tense affair that exposed the rivalry between the Communist East and the Capitalist West. Although, tensions ran high, actual warfare never broke out; due, to the determination of the parties involved wishing to avoid another war so soon after the devastation of World War II. This assignment will focus on the state of Europe and Germany after the Second World War, gaining understanding... ?AN ANALYSIS OF THE...
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Berlin Airlift 1948-49
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...Berlin Airlift The Berlin Airlift of 1948 to 1949 is deemed to be one of the major feats in navigation history. This paper providesan overview of the Berlin blockade by the Soviet Union which led to the launch of the historic airlift operation. Moreover, it discusses the political background of the major crisis during the Cold War which adversely affected the Soviet-Western Powers relation. Post-World War II Relations To reach a consensus with regard to the rebuilding of Europe at the end of World War II, the Allied Forces comprised of the Soviet Union, United States, Great Britain and France forged the Potsdam Agreement. The provisions of the said agreement stipulated the division... SCHOOL The...
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Berlin blockade/ cold war
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...Berlin blockade The Berlin blockade occurred when the Russians blocked the western allies (France, Britain and the United States of America) from accessing their sectors of Berlin which lay in the soviet occupied East Germany. This was preceded by a partial blockade in April 1948 before the soviets imposed a full blockade later in June the same year. Happening within such a short time after the second world war, this was the first major clash between the allies and the axis power and foreshadowed a the existence of an even bigger clash between these two powers (Giangreco and Robert N.P). The cause and the significance of the Berlin blockade to the cold war. The Berlin blockade was motivated...
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The Jewish Museum - Berlin
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...Berlin Synopsis Dissertation: Jewish Museum Berlin Overview The main purpose of this dissertation is to explore the Jewish Museum in Berlin in light of the culture of Germany and how the Museum deals with the historical significance of the collections and displays. The irony that exists is that Berlin was the capital of Germany during the time of the Second World War and so was the center of all anti-Semitic activities. This predominantly intrigued me. I was interested in finding out how the architecture of the Museum addresses the sensitive recollections of the Holocaust and how does it link to the culture and lives of the current Jewish community residing in Germany... Dissertation: Jewish Museum...
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Berlin Art and Culture
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...Berlin. This period is also known as “Rococo." Baroque is thought of as an artistic style era, which portrays the tension, power and movement. It originated around 1600 and remained till 1800 century. During the Baroque period, manifestations of the Baroque architecture appeared in every country in Europe. Music, especially classical music, was also given rise in this period. Religion had determined many aspects of the art of this era and many scientific discoveries had their influence over the style of Baroque. 103 Historical Background Baroque... Western Humanities: Baroque Introduction The aim of this paper is to have a review and research on the culture and history of architectural structures in...
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A Woman In Berlin
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...Berlin” a. In “A Woman in Berlin”, one may see the growing independence of German women as well as their assuming the leading role in the German society during and after the war. While for centuries German woman had been confined to domestic chores following three major Ks in their lives – Kinder (Kids), Kuche (Kitchen), and Kirche (Church) – during the war they started to perform masculine roles and developed bravery and self-confidence. The author of the diaries in the autobiographical novel describes how on April 24, 1945, which was the day the Russian troops entered Berlin, she and two other women arrived at a German hospital with lots of wounded soldiers intending... The Number 13 June “A Woman in...
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A Woman In Berlin
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...Berlin” a. In “A Woman in Berlin”, one may see the growing independence ofGerman women as well as their assuming the leading role in the German society during and after the war. While for centuries German woman had been confined to domestic chores following three major Ks in their lives – Kinder (Kids), Küche (Kitchen), and Kirche (Church) – during the war they started to perform masculine roles and developed bravery and self-confidence. The author of the diaries in the autobiographical novel describes how on April 24, 1945, which was the day the Russian troops entered Berlin, she and two other women arrived at a German hospital with lots of wounded soldiers intending... The Number 13 June “A Woman in...
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A Woman in Berlin
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...Berlin A) In desperate situations an individual’s power of reason turns desperate and one becomes willing to avail any options, which in the ordinary course, one would not have accepted. With the loot and plunder of the Russian soldiers in full swing, the author yet did not give up her efforts to record the day to day post-war developments in the diary. “The earliest entries were literally notes from the underground, recorded in a basement where the author sought shelter from air-raids, artillery fired, looters—and ultimately rape by the victorious Russians.”(ix) As things normalized, the anonymous author of this book put an option before the Russian... History and Political Science Topic: A Woman in...
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History of Berlin From a Science, Arts, and Culture Perspective Berlin and Berlin Wall
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...Berlin from a Science, Arts, and Culture Perspective Berlin and Berlin Wall Berlin is the official capital of Germany and one of theyoungest cities in Europe (The Governing Mayor of Berlin Web). The city has exciting and wide history that relates to its residents and their culture, their science, and art. Nevertheless, the most conspicuous attribute of the Berlin city is the Berlin wall where the science, culture, and arts of Berlin revolve around this wall. Moreover, Berlin is a city of culture, politics, media, and science. Sciences of Berlin before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall Being one of the largest and diversified science cities in Europe, Berlin City hosts about 200,000... ?History of...
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The Cold War in Berlin
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...Berlin What were the causes that brought down the Berlin wall in 1989? Who played a role in the act of unifying Germany again? These are two questions that have been asked and answered in many ways from the time the wall went down. This paper will talk about the history of the Berlin wall, one of the factors that led to the fall of not only the wall built by the Soviet Union. It will also explore the whole iron curtain issue that plagued Europe for years. The presidents of United States of America and their historical speeches that changed the world and finally how small changes Gorbachev made turned out to be bigger than they expected. How Communism was destroyed like every single... The Cold War in...
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History of berlin and reflection
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...Berlin and Its Reflection Berlin, as the capital of the great nation of Germany, is a unique arena not only influential in terms of its geo-political importance, but also in terms of its economic/industrial, social and cultural influences. Aside from the governance aspect of the city, it is also part of the 16 states that make up the larger Germany, holding a population of over 3 million people. It is the nation’s largest city, located in Germany’s northeastern part, on River Spree; hence its ‘centrality’ of the Berlin-Brandenburg Metropolitan Region. Historically, the city traces its foundation to the 13th century, when it became the capital of Prussia (Kingdom), between the years... Unit History of...
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The fall of Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall The aftermath of World War II was the partitioning of Europe among the four superpowers: United s, Britain, France, and U.S.S.R. Eastern Europe was virtually occupied by USSR while Western Europe was occupied by other nations. After German invasion of the Soviet Union and the end of Nazi war, the four nations decided to divide Berlin the capital of Germany into four parts. Thereafter, a Cold War ensued between U.S and Soviet Union leading to the division of Germany into East and West Germany with East Germany under control of USSR and West Germany under the other three superpowers that had united their occupations to form Federal Republic of Germany. A wall was erected... The fall of Berlin...
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The New Synagogue, Berlin, Germany
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...Berlin Overview Built between 1859 and 1866, the New Synagogue is perhaps among the biggest buildings in the world, sitting on an expanse of land. Among the Jewish community in Berlin, this church is the main synagogue. The style is of Eastern Moorish resemblance and origin. It resembles the Alhambra. It was the most important architectural design of the late 19th century in Germany. The designer of the building was Friendrich Stuler. He took most of the responsibility as pertains to the building. He designed both the exterior and interior of the building, using mainly the medieval architecture of Rome. The building has defied time, having been constructed in early 20th century... New Synagogue in...
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Review of touristic sites in berlin
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...Berlin Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial The Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial was reportedly used by the East Germanys Stasi secret police to detain suspects who allegedly were awaiting their trial or sentences (Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial (Gedenkstätte Berlin-Hohenschönhausen); Berlin Guide). The structure was noted to have been originally established in 1945 by the Soviet NKVD, reportedly the forerunner to the KGB, for the main purpose of serving as an internment camp (Berlin Guide). The site therefore is currently a receptacle of historical information, a relevant knowledge issue in terms of enhancing the awareness of contemporary guests to be oriented... September 8, Review of Tourist Sites in...
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The Fall of the Berlin wall
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...Berlin Wall The fall of the Berlin Wall has often been regarded as a landmark in world history that brought out significant changes not only in Germany but also in whole Europe after the Second World War. Historical evidences clearly state that Berlin Wall parted Germany into two poles where people were forced to be separated from their relatives by suppressing their emotions and feelings. They were like strangers living in neighboring countries, devoid of their moral and legal rights that would allow them to unite with their relatives. This partition really caused for regarding them as discriminated and downtrodden people. There had been various attempts to explore the historical... The fall of the...
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The Fall of the Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall The Berlin Wall is one of the most infamous barriers in history, and played a large part in shaping both European and U.S. history in its establishment and eventual fall. Initially constructed to separate East Berlin from West Berlin and the rest of Europe, the barrier was ostensibily erected to ‘protect’ the citizens of East Berlin from the ‘fascist’ elements of the West, which the German Democratic Republic felt had not been fully de-Nazified after the Second World War. In reality, it served as a barrier to prevent mass migration from the socialist Easter Bloc from the rest of Western Europe during the Cold War. As such an important symbol of restricted freedoms... The fallen of the...
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The Berlin Conference of 1884 and Africa
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...Berlin conference in 1884-85 was entirely committed to the partitioning of African continent among the European powers. Historians aptly refer the conference as “the scramble for Africa” because it entailed the geographical division of the “dark continent” that had suddenly generated interest in the rapidly industrializing Europe (Pakenham, 1992 p 52). Colonization was the immediate effect that followed the conference and it left lasting economic, geographical, social and political effects in the African continent. Introduction Three centuries before the Berlin conference, African continent had largely remained unexplored territory in Europe and the western countries. The continent... and...
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Iron Curtain, Marshall Plan and Berlin
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...Berlin (Berlin 1948-1949). Winston Churchill delivered his Iron Curtain speech which gave birth to cold war. The Iron Curtain speech was about the victory of America and the power they hold; he wanted peace and co operation with the United Nations. He wanted to establish a good relationship between Americans and Britain by calling them English speaking cousins. There will be a mutual security agreement and they will work together for establishing peace (Iron Curtain 1945-1947). He was in favor of America and totally against Russia which was a very strong starting point of the cold war which lasted for years. He threatened that the Western... Second World War ended with lives of people changing all over...
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The Anthropology Days and Berlin Olympic Games
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...Berlin Olympic Games in 1936 were both international and interracial competitions, but they were not held in order for to show equality and achievement. The comparison of the two events that took place show how each competition was aimed towards showing the advancement of the white race in comparison to all other races. The goal of each was to show that whites were the advanced race of people and would be excel far greater than any other. Early in the twentieth century following the United State’s purchase of the Louisiana Territory a special type of Olympic games were held. The events held at the St. Louis State Fair in 1904 were known as the Louisiana... The Anthropology Days in 1904 and the Berlin...
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The Destruction of the Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall Introduction: The construction and destruction of the Berlin Wall has stood out as a landmark in the history of Germany. It is one of those milestones that could never be forgotten. The Berlin Crisis was no vague issue. At its center laid one of the bitterest controversies of all time so much so that many world leaders feared that it could tick of a nuclear war in the region. The crisis was resolved through a wave diplomatic negotiations, forums, and superpower summits, military posturing, hence the label “Cold War” where in the East and the West fought over Berlin and its future. (Joan) Former U.S Presidents, Eisenhower and Kennedy had the U.S credibility... The Destruction of the Berlin...
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American Wartime Music Composers - Cohan & Berlin
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...Berlin in a time of War and Peace The two war composers of the 20th century have been chosen in a tumultuous time because of their ability to please both the civilian and enlisted publics. They were considered just as important in a time with war as a time without war. As audiences changed, the composers adapted. They used their war songs which became parts of larger works which is known today as the American genre of "musicals". The paper will investigate their diverse backgrounds and how their songwriting influenced war propaganda and American musicals at the same time. The 20th century was such a juxtaposition of styles, forms, and genres of music that it was difficult to chose two... ?Cohan & Berlin...
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Berlin Alexanderplatz by Alfred Döblin
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...BERLIN ALEXANDERPLATZ by Alfred Dblin 2007 Didactic role of the narrator Published in 1929, Berlin Alexanderplatz, a novel by Alfred Dblin, belongs to the class of works, which are normally referred to as the German 'modern novel'. Although the author had published a number of other books over the first decades of 20th century, it was Berlin Alexanderplatz that brought Dblin international acclaim. Up to now the novel remains the most widely known and read text of the author. It will be misleading to think that the story of a minor criminal, Franz Biberkopf, is the factor that can be held responsible for such popularity of the novel. Dblin...
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Why Germany moved it's capital from Bonn to Berlin
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...Berlin The debate over united Germany’s orientation led to the decision to move the German government from Bonn to Berlin and until voting, Berlin had only been united Germany’s ceremonial capital but the real government had been in Bonn. Bonn was seen as the city that epitomized West German economic success and political moderation but Bonn supporters defended it based on this success during the parliamentary debate separating it from Nazi which they believed haunted Berlin and they argued that Bonn was good for upholding the country’s democracy. Moreover, the debate cut across party lines, that is, some social democrats and Christian democrats supporting... Why Germany Moved Its Capital from Bonn to...
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Internship Report: Revenue Manager Assistant: The Grand City Hotel, Berlin
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...Berlin + program Intern as Revenue Manager Assistant from March 2009 to August 2009 Tutor: Executive summary of the internship The internship helped me develop group skills as well as various technical skills including the use of software and computer programs related to Revenue Management. I placed the foot in my practical life by doing internship at the Grand City Hotel in Berlin, Germany. Having worked as an intern in the Grand City Hotel for six months, I have got a comprehensive insight into the set of skills and competencies required by an individual to perform his/her duties successfully as a Revenue Manager Assistant at a hotel... ?Internship Report: Revenue Manager Assistant The Grand Hotel,...
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What brought about the destruction of the Berlin Wall
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...BERLIN WALL Blank Page Introduction: The construction and destruction of the Berlin Wall has stood out as a landmark inthe history of Germany. It is one of those milestones that could never be forgotten. The Berlin Crisis was no vague issue. At its center laid one of the bitterest controversies of all time so much so that many world leaders feared that it could tick of a nuclear war in the region. The crisis was resolved through a wave diplomatic negotiations, forums, and superpower summits, military posturing, hence the label “Cold War” where in the East and the West fought over Berlin and its future. (Joan) Former U.S Presidents, Eisenhower and Kennedy had the U.S... credibility as their...
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The Berlin Wall A World Divided 1961-1989
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...Berlin Wall: A World Divided 1961-1989 al Affiliation) I. Activities in the cold war era are accurately and precisely condensed and characterized by events preceding and proceeding the construction of The Berlin Wall, and none illuminates this better than Fredrick Taylor in his narrative, The Berlin Wall 1961-1989. The first half of the 20th century was largely characterized by a marred viscous cycle of recurring warfare (World War I and World War II), which resulted in severe economic, political and population causalities. This was a result of leaders of the more political and economic elite states deciding to take up arms instead of engaging minds to solve disputes, which greatly resulted...
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The Rise and Fall of the Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall Introduction Berlin wall has been considered as one of the historical structures in the world that has been built by man. It was a barrier that was built to separate West Berlin from East Berlin and which in advance separated the rest of East Germany from West Germany. Although the wall had been built to separate West Berlin from East Berlin, it has extended to separate the rest of the country and reduced the level of interaction between the east and the west. There were borders which were used to separate East and West Germany in the rest of the country. These boarders were considered to be a part of the iron curtain that has a historical significance... The Rise and Fall of the...
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Relevance of NATO After the fall of The Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall The Berlin wall was constructed in 1961 as a result of the different economic views held by theWest Germany and the East Germany. The east held the socialist ideals whereas the west section had capitalist views. It was to prevent emigrations from one side to the other due to the sharp differences in the economic views that they held. East Germany was allied to the Soviet Union while West Germany was affiliated to the west. The suspicions of the post world war ii had not subsided (Kaplan 193). The only difference between the real war and the one that was happening in its aftermath was the weapons used. This was economic war and just like the world...  Relevance of NATO After the fall of The...
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Urban Transport Crisis in New York City and Berlin
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...Berlin Table of Contents I. Introduction 3 II. New York Urban Transport Policy IIa. Description and general characteristics of urban transport in New York City 4 IIb. Problems related with current urban transport policy in NY 5 III. Berlin and Urban Transport Policy IIIa. General characteristics of Berlin’s urban transport policy 5 IIIb. Failures of urban transport policy in Berlin 6 IV. Succesful urban transport policies around the world IVa. The urban transport policy issue in the literature 7 IVb. Urban transport policy in European area 8 IVb1. The case of London 10 IVc. Efforts towards the creation of an effective... Urban Transport Crisis in New York and...
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History of Berlin from a science and arts and culture perspective
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...Berlin from a Science, Arts, and Culture Perspective Berlin and Berlin Wall Berlin is the official capital of Germany and one of the youngest cities in Europe (The Governing Mayor of Berlin Web). The city has exciting and wide history that relates to its residents and their culture, their science, and art. Nevertheless, the most conspicuous attribute of the Berlin city is the Berlin wall where the science, culture, and arts of Berlin revolve around this wall. Moreover, Berlin is a city of culture, politics, media, and science. Sciences of Berlin before and after the fall of the Berlin Wall Being one of the largest and diversified science cities in Europe, Berlin City hosts about 200,000... History of...
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Effect of the Berlin Airlift on the future of the U.S. Air Force
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...Berlin Airlift on the future of the U.S. Air Force Berlin Airlift emerged in 1948 after the world war II. It became an international operation involving nation and nationalities from all over the place around the globe. The British and Americans combined their zones for economic purposes into a single unified zone called Bizonia. Berlin, being the capital city of Germany, it was located in Soviet Zones therefore they handed over a great deal of the administrative responsibility for running Bizonia to the Germans-in particular to an designated economic council of fifty-two Germans who, under Allied regulation, shouldered the task of economic rebuilding. On July 1 Britain and America... ? Effect of the...
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Explain the events and circumstances that led to the construction of the Berlin Wall
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...Berlin Wall Introduction The Berlin wall was not only a physical division between the east Germany and West Berlin but also a symbolic boundary between communism and democracy during the cold war. The erection of the berlin wall was done in the dead of a night and for twenty eight years protected the Germans from fleeing to the west. The destruction of this wall which was almost instantaneous as its creation got celebrated in the whole world. The construction of the first barrier took place on the night of 12th August 1961. This was after Walter Ulbricht, the East German Communist Party leader, ordered a barricade which was meant... Cause The events and circumstances that led to the construction of the...
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The Fall of Berlin Wall and its impact on the 1989 Revolution
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...Berlin wall was one of the most significant events of the late 20th century, which caused widespread effects across the world. The event initiated a phenomenal shift in the global power alignment, which subsequently led to the disintegration of the Soviet Union and establishment of the new world order. Countries in the Eastern Europe were the most affected by the consequences of the Berlin wall disintegration and most of them embraced democracy and opened their markets to globalization (Michael, 2009). This paper examines the situation in Berlin City during the period and the circumstances that led to the collapse of the war. In addition, the paper examines... the relationship between the...
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Asia Unravels: Could this be the sequel to the fall of the Berlin Wall (Economic Crisis)
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...Berlin Wall? (Economic Crisis) From the six different critic observers this article proves how the economic crises are keeping the milestones in every continent often. The economic growth a lot matters on the government and other political issues, which are to be controlled. This article, “Asia Unravels: Could this be the sequel to the fall of the Berlin Wall? (Economic Crisis)” however uncovers the secrets of economic crises around the globe but also conveys the alert for the second fall of Berlin Wall with reasons. This critic discusses more about the economy and its different raise and fall in different places along with government more... Asia Unravels: Could this be the sequel to the fall of the...
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The Berlin Wall-Why did it come up Why did it go down
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...Berlin wall was a large concrete erection that included guard towers that was constructed by the German Democratic Republic, the East Germany, to cutoff West Berlin for protection purposes. The major purpose of the wall erection was to protect the population within the eastern block from fascist elements who were barring the establishment of a socialist society in East Germany. It served to prevent the massive emigrations; which included the fascist elements such as the United States and France during post-World War II, and contained anti vehicle trenches that made sure there was no trespassing of any kind to the states and blocs that were economically doing well. During the pre-war... Introduction...
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Providing 20% of energy from renewable sources for the Potsdam,Berlin Germany Project
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...Berlin metropolitan expanse projects have been put in position to trim down energy consumption of the entire city. This takes the account of streamlining the buildings and renovating the old town in such a way that there is nominal saddle for energy use as the new designs are more conservative. There is also the need to supply energy from other sources, as there is big and intensifying appetite for energy. The endeavor to provide a percentage of the energy from renewable sources can be triumphant by putting in place, blueprint parameters... ? Research Paper: Providing 20% of Energy from Renewable Sources for the Potsdam Project due IntroductionPotsdam being capital city of Germany and part of the Berlin...
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Fall of the Berlin wall, The First Earth Day 1970 april 22nd, Assaination of JFK, Invention of the Internet,The Columbine shooting, Cuban Missle Crisis, Woodstock
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...Berlin Wall The Berlin Wall, erected in 1961, was a tangible representation of the political and emotional separation of Germany. The Wall was constructed due to a long enduring lack of trust between the Soviet Union on one side and Western Europe and the United States on the other (Buckley 5). Germany was divided after the Second World War between the major powers that had conquered the Nazi rule of Adolf Hitler. The Berlin Wall was built by the Soviet-controlled German Democratic Republic to impede its own citizens from escaping to the free market zone of capitalist West Berlin. The Berlin Wall became a representation of the bipolar... Chris Holloway Ms. Morris U.S. History 4th 14/12/2008 Fall of the...
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Discuss the following major developments that characterized the superpower confrontations between 1945 and 1962: the development of a new U.S. policy of containment, the Marshall Plan, the Berlin Blockade, the Korean War
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...Berlin Blockade, and the Korean War (Kennan and John1). The effects of the cold war were felt almost worldwide. The hub of the conflict was the views of the two countries and their supporters. America was against communism while the Soviet Union was against capitalism. The two countries were against each other’s perspective because they believed that their rival was seeking world power domination. The leaders of the two nation’s different ideologies were central in the outbreak of the war. USA’s president Harry Truman harboured capitalist ideologies while The Soviet leader Joseph Stalin embraced communist ideologies (Moss, Janice and Jiu-Hwa 189). Development... Task History and Political Science The...
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Cinema & City
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...Berlin in Cinema Introduction Movies have always been connected to urban space. Films were born in the major cities of the world like Berlin, Paris, Hollywood and others. Cities continue to be the only spaces where all major film industries are located. Cities also serve as locations and subject matter for films. Cinema changes the way we discern our cities, converting familiar sights into icons or truisms, re-imagining streets and environs and the people that inhabit them. The city has always occupied a special space in cinematic space and history. In October 1888 the French inventor Louis Le Prince shot the first experimental movie clip ever of Leeds...
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...Berlin Visual arts have a lot to communicate to the onlookers without much rebellion. It is of interest to find out how this piece of art, work as a political, cultural and social outlet and at the same time as the citizen’s voice. From the artwork in Berlin and some other parts of the world, it is evident that this form of art has a much more influence on the society affecting more people due to its accessibility. Berlin has numerous visual artwork created in most public locations. The building of the Berlin Wall by the Soviet Union exacerbated this in 1961 separating East Germany from west (Dore, 70). This wall provided a platform in which most artists created their art with the main... Street art in...
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Wings of desire. Analysis of the Film
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...Berlin is a no such exception city as it can be read from two dimensions, i.e. visible and invisible. In the film, “Wings of Desire”, a number of features, which will be discussed later in this paper, prove to be imminent. Art being a reflection of the society, “Wings of Desire” is a reflection of the life style and depiction of the Berlin city. This city is interesting and has had a capability of combining all the factors that mould a modern city having elements of the past that shape its future. Whether this city is purely real... Analysis of the Film Wings of Desire Introduction Each and every has a history. Human nature is characterized by dynamism and this is reflected on all what surrounds man....
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Two Concept on Liberty
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...Berlin derived positive liberty from the definition of citizenship by Aristotle that was traced historically from the social role of a freeman of the classical Athens. It was Berlin who granted that the two concepts of liberty represent legitimate human deals and that all of them are vital in any civilized and free society. According to Berlin, positive liberty entails action and that which one has to do in order to protect his or her own freedom from his or her own passions and self. Similarly, positive... ?Sur Lecturer Two Concepts on Liberty A positive liberty may be seen as a self mastery and involves individual’s role in choosing whoto govern the society of which the individual is a part. Isaiah...
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Downfall
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...Berlin is taking place. Traudi, Gerda... Downfall The Downfall is a 2004 German war film whose director is Oliver Hirschbiegel. The movie is giving anaccount of the last ten days of Adolf Hitler’s life and his leadership in Germany in the year 1945. Bernd Eichinger is the writer and producer of the movie, and its basis is on different books including inside Hitler’s bunker, until the final hour and many more (Smith, 2010). The movie starts with Traudi Junge feeling guilty and ashamed for looking up to Hitler when she was young. As the movie progresses, Hitler hires Junge to be his secretary in November 1942 in East Prussia. Downfall begins again in the year 1945 in April as the battle of Berlin i...
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