Saturday, February 10, 2018

Freedom Marks a Milestone Since the Downfall of the Cold War River

Most Men Are Cowards, But Are Too Cowardly To Admit It
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“All the goodness and the heroisms will rise up again, then be cut down again and rise up,” John Steinbeck wrote to his best friend at the peak of WWII. “It isn’t that the evil thing wins — it never will — but that it doesn’t die.”

“Progress is never permanent, will always be threatened, must be redoubled, restated and reimagined if it is to survive.”

Before the Berlin Wall, people escaped through a wire fence

THIS WEEKEND IT WILL HAVE BEEN DOWN LONGER THAN IT WAS UP: Freedom marks a milestone since the downfall of the Berlin Wall

When a hobby historian revealed he discovered an overlooked section of the Berlin Wall last month, it stirred international interest and local confusion. Tamsin Walker retraced the path of the old divide to take a look.

The Berlin Wall - BBCDuring the early years of the Cold War, West Berlin was a geographical loophole through which thousands of East Germans fled to the democratic West. In response, the Communist East German authorities built a wall ...

Newly discovered Berlin Wall segment to get protected status, as city marks day the wall has been open as long as it stood

Berlin Wall - Cold War - HISTORY

For 30 years, the Berlin Wall was the defining symbol of the Cold War, separating families and keeping the people from jobs and opportunity in the west. On August 13, 1961, the Communist government of the German Democratic Republic (GDR, or East Germany) began to build a barbed ...
*Berlin Wall 

THE APPEAL OF READING COLD RIVER ON APPLE : “If you mate with me, your kids are more likely to survive than if you mate with someone carrying an Android  phone”  ... “S/He’s cute but when I texted her/him it was green, so now I’m afraid s/he’s poor.”

Cold River eBook: Jozef Imrich: Kindle Store

Cold River: The Cold Truth of Freedom: Jozef Imrich: 9781554043118: Books