The first hundred or so pages of the collapse the accidental opening of the berlin wall is preamble but the context is required for those without a penchant for modern history it takes a worlds stage and distills it to the minute by minute lives of a handful of people. Subscribe to the harriman institute mailing lists watch our event videos watch stay connected. Sarottes lively and engaging book scrupulously details the events of november 9 1989 when the world watched in shock as the berlin wall came down the brief essays in berlin now cover the diverse aspects of modern berlin now a global metropolis characterized by diversity continued east west tensions colorful nightlife and much more. The collapse the accidental opening of the berlin wall by mary elise sarotte the collapse the accidental opening of the berlin wall new york basic books 2014 291pp 2799 the collapse is an important contribution to understanding the specific human factors involved in the end of the cold war in the autumn of 1989. The collapse the accidental opening of the berlin wall the opening of the berlin wall was not planned by the east german ruling regime nor was it the result of a bargain between either president ronald reagan or president george hw bush and soviet leader mikhail gorbachev it was an accident
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