Jeremy Hexham explores sites where the Berlin Wall used to stand, climbs an old watchtower and visits a museum to learn about life in communist East Germany.
Jeremy Hexham at the Berlin Wall
A visit to Berlin without going to Checkpoint Charlie would be inconceivable for most tourists. But the German division historical site has itself become a divisive place. Now a new concept is being discussed.
As the discussion surrounding proposed refugee transfer centers on Germany's border continues, Tamsin Walker travels to an old East German facility that served much the same purpose.
More than 28 years after the fall of the wall, stories are still emerging about East Berliners' attempts to flee across the border — with help from their western neighbors. Rachel Stewart reports from Berlin.
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