Berlin Wall

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Windows in East Berlin near the construction of the Berlin Wall are bricked up. Viewed from West Berlin, Germany, November Cold War European History, World History, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Berlin Hauptstadt, Magnum Photos, Photos Rares, East Germany, Berlin Germany

Construction of the Berlin Wall, 1961 | Contact Press Images

Windows in East Berlin near the construction of the Berlin Wall are bricked up. Viewed from West Berlin, German, November 196

Two West Berlin policemen on duty with new American rapid fire rifles (and a snowman). Christmas Day, the Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate, December East Germany, Berlin Germany, Berlin Christmas, Berlin Hauptstadt, Snowman Photos, Rifles, Fine Art Prints, Canvas Prints, Framed Prints

Two West Berlin policemen with their new American rapid fire rifles on duty with a snowman on Christmas Day in front of the Berlin Wall at the Brandenburg Gate, 25th December 1961.

Watching the construction of the Berlin Wall, West Berlin, West Germany 1962 by Henri Cartier-Bresson West Berlin, Berlin Wall, Magnum Photos, Candid Photography, Street Photography, Urban Photography, Color Photography, Vintage Photography, White Photography

Henri Cartier Bresson. West Germany. West Berlin. 1962. Watching the construction of the Berlin Wall.

Ida Siekmann August 1902 – 22 August was the first person to die at the Berlin Wall. Berlin Wall Fall, 23 August, West Berlin, East Germany, Lest We Forget, Gone With The Wind, Communism, Space Age, 25th Anniversary

Ida Siekmann (23 August 1902 – 22 August 1961) was the first person to die at the Berlin Wall.

size: Photo: The Berlin Wall, Separating West Berlin and East Berlin, Five Years after Being Built, 1966 : West Berlin, Berlin Wall, Brick In The Wall, East Germany, Berlin Germany, Cold War, Framed Artwork, Street View, World

The Berlin Wall, Separating West Berlin by Everett

The Berlin Wall, Separating West Berlin is a photograph by Everett which was uploaded on December 5th, 2011. The photograph may be purchased as wall art, home decor, apparel, phone cases, greeting cards, and more. All products are produced on-demand and shipped worldwide within 2 - 3 business days.

297 Dieter and Monika Marotz of Bernauerstrasse, Berlin, wave to relatives after their wedding(Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images) On Your Wedding Day, Wedding Tips, Wedding Photos, Bridal Wardrobe, East Germany, The Secret History, Berlin Wall, Historical Pictures, Vintage Photographs

Dieter and Monika Marotz of Bernauerstrasse, Berlin, wave to relatives after their wedding, 8th September 1961. The newlyweds live in the western sector of Berlin, while their relatives living on the same street are in the Eastern sector and unable to attend the ceremony. (Photo by Keystone/Hulton Archive/Getty Images)

Closure of the border at Kleinmachnow near West Berlin, just prior to the completion of the Berlin Wall, 13 August 1961 (b/w photo) East Germany, Berlin Germany, Berlin Hauptstadt, History Of Germany, Berlin Wall, Historical Images, European History, Back In Time, Pictures Of You

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View Fall der Mauer, Berlin, November 1989 Fall of the wall, Berlin, November 1989 by Barbara Klemm on artnet. Browse upcoming and past auction lots by Barbara Klemm. Great Photos, Old Photos, Vintage Photos, Barbara Klemm, History Of Germany, Ddr Museum, East Germany, Berlin Germany, Berlin Wall

night of Nov. 9/Nov. 10, 1989: Jubel: Die Mauer "fiel" in der Nacht zum 10. November 1989 - die Berliner jubelten. Barbara Klemm hielt dieses historische Ereignis mit ihrer Kamera fest - obwohl sie mittendrin war, gelang ihr eine nüchtern-distanzierte Bildsprache.

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