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The Border Fence: Walls Torn Down and a Sense of Infinity

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In spite of there being 20,000 U.S. border guards, the most at any time in U.S. history, the number of crossings remains unchanged. Read More »

In Berlin, Obama Calls for Arms Reduction

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In liberal garb, Obama has revived his vision of a world free of nuclear weapons. Is this a wise posture at this moment in history? Read More »

Interview with Author T.H.E. Hill on his Upcoming Book Reunification: A Monterey Mary Returns to Berlin

Spies, love, and katzenjammer. Read More »

Berlin: A Journey into Modern History, Part 3

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From Frederick the Great's palaces in Potsdam to Checkpoint Charlie in the heart of the city, a visit to Berlin is a tour through history. Read More »

Penn State Removes Paterno’s Statue

The statue will be put into "storage" for what probably will be not only the foreseeable future but no doubt for eternity, and well it should be. Read More »

Book Review: Stasiland: Stories from Behind the Berlin Wall by Anna Funder

Author examines both sides of East Germany's surveillance society. Read More »

Cinderella Stamps Commemorate Fiftieth Anniversary of the Berlin Wall

The Berlin Wall in two square inches Read More »

Interview with T.H.E. Hill, Author of The Day Before the Berlin Wall: Could We Have Stopped It?

Kennedy blinked. Read More »

Book Review: Berlin 1961 by Frederick Kempe

A fascinating look into the events of 1961. Read More »

Arab Wall Falls at Hyper Speed Compared to Berlin Wall

It appears the Western world dramatically underestimated the desire for democracy in Arab nations. Read More »