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Preliminary Modern History, Historical Investigation Essay: The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Impacts this had on the Micro, Meso, and Macro World for Years After

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An extensively detailed essay addressing many aspects of the immediate impacts of the fall of the Berlin Wall but also identifying and understanding the larger scale & global impacts of the fall. A valuable resource for anyone undertaking their own historical investigation or for anyone completing the same module. I received an A-

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Preliminary Modern History, Historical Investigation Essay: The Fall of the Berlin Wall and the Impacts this had on the Micro, Meso, and Macro World for Years After
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Eastern Bloc International relations Cold War Time Allied occupation of Germany Soviet Union–United States relations Germany–Soviet Union relations City-states Berlin Wall West Berlin Berlin East Germany
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Eastern Bloc International relations Cold War Time Allied occupation of Germany Soviet Union–United States relations Germany–Soviet Union relations City-states Berlin Wall West Berlin Berlin East Germany
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It is clear from the body language of the people in the photo that they are ecstatic for the wall to have fallen and that they are in a celebratory mood. To understand the reasons these German’s are so happy at this moment it is necessary to first investigate the events that led up to the fall of the Berlin Wall. After World War II ended in September 1945, Germany was divided into two zones - the east and west. The east was occupied by the USSR and the west was occupied by America, France and Britain. During negotiations, it was decided that even though Berlin was more than a 100 miles within the borders of the USSR zone it wou...
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