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Kennedy thus had it both ways: he succeeded in convincing Berliners he was one of them but reiterated his policy of detente with the Soviet Union.
Today, in the world of freedom, the proudest boast is 'Ich bin ein Berliner.
Swett's most challenging argument is that the often violent attempts of ordinary Berliners to defend or re-assert both real and symbolic control over their own neighborhoods during the Depression, helped to pave the way for Hitler's triumph in 1933.
If other Germans talked about foreigners the disparaging way they do about Berliners, they would, Maron contends, be accused of discriminating against a minority (the way Berliners speak of Saxons?
But Berliners have not moved there, and all the flats are empty.
The initial range features a selection of premium quality bread and doughnut base mixes; Combicorn; Pom-Frisch; Rustikal Boehringer; and Berliner Boehringer, which are now available.
Two nights ago I had the pleasure of attending the Berliner Sinfonie-Orchester at the newly refurbished Konzert Haus in East Berlin.
Acclaimed filmmaker Alan Berliner has been thinking about names -- how they are handed down through history, how they affect the way we think about each other, and their function in what he calls "the language of memory.
As in other countries, some Berliners are turning to solo or duo work as a money-saving measure.
Two papers, Der Tagesspiegel and Berliner Zeitung, are taking a shot at becoming newspapers of national stature.
December 1963: After more than two years West Berliners can visit East Berliners.
Reunification and consequent rebuilding require that Berliners confront their past, decide which artifacts merit preservation and which do not.