November 1989, the year when the Berlin Wall crumpled into the ground
Posted by darbs on November 10, 2009
Another November phenomenon/celebration/remembrance came my way this year and this is the “Fall of the Berlin Wall.”
Looking back: I know exactly where I was in 1989 – that was 20 years ago when the news came that the wall separating West Germany and East Germany crumpled into the ground.
I knew the story behind the curtain. But the most obvious part was that, it was not the military might nor the coalition of the multinational armies, nor the mother of all bombs brought the Berlin Wall down but it was the “Peoples’ Courage” who had enough with “THEIR” B.S.
So in one voice they chanted, “ENOUGH! IS “ENOUGH!
Lets bring this wall down!
Just like that, the wall fell down together with the Iron Curtain…
“They” said, it was the end of the Cold War.
The exodians blog commemorates the “20th ANNERVERSARY OF THE FALL of the BERLIN WALL!” HOOWAH!
In the same token:
Germany celebrates 20th anniversary of the collapse of the Berlin Wall
By Damien McElroy and Bruno Waterfield in Berlin
Published: 8:08PM GMT 09 Nov 2009
Germany on Monday celebrated 20 years of freedom since the Berlin Wall collapsed as world leaders gathered at the united city’s rain-sodden landmarks to pay tribute to those who overcame the Iron Curtain. (source: telegraph.co.uk)