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Dossier: The highs and lows of reunification

October 29, 2009

Soon after the Berlin Wall was opened, East and West Germany became one, unified country. But almost 20 years after reunification, Germans are still coming to terms with their combined identity. Click here to read more.

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Less than a year after the Berlin Wall was opened, East and West Germany became one unified country. But there were both winners and losers in reunification, and many people still speak of a "wall in the mind" dividing East and West Germans from each other. Twenty years after the fall of the Wall, Germans are still coming to terms with their combined identity.
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