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GERMANY. November 1989.Raymond Depardon

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GERMANY. November 1989.Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. November 1989.Raymond Depardon


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25th Anniversary of the Fall of the Berlin Wall: November 1989, Berlin in Magnum photographers’ eyes


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BERLIN From the great archive of Magnum Photos, here some snaps that tell about the days and the nights of celebration and freedom, begun on 9th November 1989. A historic date for the whole world because the government of East Germany (DDR: Deutsche Demokratische Republik) decreed the opening of the borders with West Germany (BRD: Bundesrepublik Deutschland). So, the Berlin Wall (die Berliner Mauer) – built by DDR to stop people fleeing from East to West, and that has divided the city for 28 years, from 13th August 1961 to 9th November 1989 – becomes an emblematic place for humanity. Germany was officially reunified on 3rd October 1990.


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Three days after the borders between east and West Berlin open, East German guards remove revellers from the top of the Wall. November 12th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. Brandenburg Gate. Morning of November 11th, 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 11, 1989. A crack in the Berlin Wall becomes a symbol of new freedom between East and West. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 11, 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds on top of the Berlin Wall the morning after the opening of the border. November 10th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Three days after the borders between east and West Berlin open, East German guards protect chunks of the Wall. November 12th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Raymond Depardo


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 11th. 1989. People climbing on and over the wall between East and West Berlin. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds during the immediate aftermath of the opening of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie at midnight on November 9th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. West Berliner border guards stand aside to welcome East Berliners crossing into the west, in the immediate aftermath of the opening of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie, midnight, 9 November 1989 Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. Celebrations at Checkpoint Charlie, midnight, 9 November 1989 Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. East Berliners crossing into the west, Checkpoint Charlie, midnight, 9 November 1989 Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. Crowds on top of the wall the morning after the opening of the border, 10 November 1989 Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. Crowds gather in the streets to welcome visitors from the East. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. November 11, 1989. A crack in the Berlin Wall becomes a symbol of new freedom between East and West. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Parts of the wall have become valuable souvenirs.


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 11th, 1989. A young man bridges the wall between East and West Berlin. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds during the immediate aftermath of the opening of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie at midnight on November 9th 1989. First edition of newspaper proclaims “Die Mauer ist Weg. Berlin ist Wieder Berlin” (The Wall has Gone. Berlin is Again Berlin). Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. An East German celebrates. November 9th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds during the immediate aftermath of the opening of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie at midnight on November 9th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds during the immediate aftermath of the opening of the Berlin Wall at Checkpoint Charlie at midnight on November 9th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. A couple climb to the top of the Wall the morning after the opening of the border. November 10th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Crowds on top of the Berlin Wall the morning after the opening of the border. November 10th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. East German border guards watch over crowds gathered on top of the Berlin Wall. The day after the opening of the border, November 10th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. The press gather to watch East Germans cross the border into the West. November 10th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. A tourist visits the Wall two days after the borders between East and West opened. November 11th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Three days after the borders between east and West Berlin open. November 12th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Tourists visit the Wall four days after the borders between East and West Berlin open. November 13th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Memorial to Peter Fechter, one of the first victims of the Berlin Wall’s border guards, killed while trying to escape to the West on 17 August 1962. The memorial reads: ‘ “Help Me” the 18-year-old young man cried. For 50 minutes he had been lying there bleeding to death, without medical assistance, and without the guards leaving their hiding-places. Risking their lives, West Berlin policemen tried to throw first-aid packets to him. But he was too weak. He was dying when he was at last carried away’. November 14th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Five days after the borders between East and West open, East Berliners continue to pour into West Berlin. November 14th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Seven days after the borders between East and West open, tourists continue to visit the wall. November 16th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. Berlin. The wall. 1989. Guy Le Querrec


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GERMANY. East Berlin. Brandenburg Gate. 31 december 1989. Guy Le Querrec


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GERMANY. Berlin.December 1989. Person chipping pieces of the wall for souvenirs. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. West Berlin. Graffiti on the Berlin Wall. 1989. Bruno Barbey


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GERMANY. Berlin. 1989. The Berlin Wall. David Alan Harvey


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GERMANY. Berlin. 1989. The Berlin Wall. West Berliners demonstrate in front of wall. Gilles Peress


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GERMANY. Fall of the Berlin Wall, November, 1989. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. Fall of the Berlin Wall, November, 1989. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. Fall of the Berlin Wall, November, 1989. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. Fall of the Berlin Wall, November, 1989. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. Fall of the Berlin Wall, November, 1989. Steve McCurry


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. West Germans climb the Wall. November 10th 1989. Mark Powe


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Three days after the borders between east and West Berlin open. November 12th 1989.Mark Power


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GERMANY. West Berlin. The Fall of the Berlin Wall. Seven days after the borders between East and West open. November 16th 1989. Mark Power


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GERMANY. The fall of the Berlin Wall. November 1989. Raymond Depardon


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GERMANY. Berlin wall, near the Brandenburg Gate, sunday 31th December, 1989 (around midnight). Guy Le Querrec end


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cast November 1989, Berlin in Magnum photographers’ eyes images and text credit   www.   www.independent.co.uk www.theguardian.com www.cct-seecity.com www.magnumphotos.com   Music Scorpions   created o.e. thanks for watching


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