Berlin Wall and Berlin Airlift. Jamie Marrs Cara Glatfelter Paige Riddle. Berlin Wall. Major Dates:
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When was it built?
Who built it?
Minister of Propaganda declares
that private trips abroad could
be made from eastern to western
Germany. In the following days thousands of families flocked the watch towers; where the control guards didn't know how to handle the people, and what the restrictions on crossing were. The massive flood of citizens was too much to contain, and they broke through, forever ending the division of the city.
What was used and how much of it?
Who was involved?
allow food in to the
Western Zones of Germany;
they used hostility and
repression to gain control of the Berlin police
fought off Soviet attempts to
take them over because it was
obvious the airlift could go on forever
American and British flights still supplied the city until
September 1949 in case Russia changed their minds
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