30 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, 57% of people in eastern Germany say they feel like second-class citizens. We review some of the data on developments since reunification.
It's only now, 30 years after the Berlin Wall came down, that we're beginning to grasp how brutal the post-communist transformation was for East Germany. My generation can help bridge the gap, says DW's Linda Vierecke.
Saxony experienced a sharp decline in its centuries-old textile industry in the years following German reunification in 1990. Yet the sector is anything but dead in this Eastern German state as Hardy Graupner reports.
People in Germany are happier than they have been in the last three decades, according to a new survey. Even former East Germans are becoming more optimistic, though they still harbor differing political views.
If the Berlin Wall had never fallen in 1989, today the German Chancellor might be on a road trip through the US and listening to Bruce Springsteen, she told a magazine. But she wouldn't have taken an American car.
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