Post-World War II Berlin: Its Urban Culture and Architecture

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Post-World War II Berlin: Its Urban Culture and Architecture
This paper is a history of the city of Berlin, Germany; it is intended as a sort of urban biography. Although it was originally considered possible to do an entire life’s history of the city, the size of this paper necessitated a more focused approach. With that in mind, the paper focuses on post-World War II Berlin and some of the architectural marvels that typified the years following the Second World War up to the collapse of Communism in 1989. In exploring this period, the essay will necessarily refer to important events and achievements which occurred within the urban culture under investigation; the selected events/achievements which will be focused upon will be the...
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.....ntieth century history.
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