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WEST BERLIN, 1961.
The checkpoint on the border of the American sector of West Berlin, West Germany. Photograph by Thomas J. O'Halloran, 1961.
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CONRAD SCHUMANN (1942-1998). German soldier known for defecting from East Germany to West Germany during the construction of the Berlin Wall. Leaping over the barbed wire separating East Berlin from West Berlin. Photograph, 15 August 1961.
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WORLD CUP, 1966.
Uruguayan goalkeeper Ladislao Mazurkiewicz misses a ball shot by Uwe Seeler of West Germany during the 1966 World Cup, held in England.
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CARTOON: SOVEREIGNTY, 1963.
'One day, no doubt, they may get around to burying us.' Cartoon by David Low, 1963, with personifications of West Germany and French sovereignty looking over a gravestone that reads, 'Here the Hatchet was Buried by Adenaauer and de Gaulle.
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GERMANY: NUCLEAR PROTEST.
Anti-American float in a protest held at Bonn against the deployment of Pershing II missiles on West German soil. Photographed 4 April 1981.
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BERLIN WALL, 1961.
Two mothers with children facing each other across barbed wire placed in advance of the construction of the Berlin Wall. Photograph, 13 August 1961. Full Credit: ullstein bild - Hilde / Granger, NYC. All Rights Reserved.
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SEPP MAIER (1944- ).
Josef Dieter 'Sepp' Maier. German soccer goalkeeper, holding the World Cup trophy after West Germany's victory over the Netherlands.
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GERMANY: REGENSBURG.
A view of the Old Stone Bridge, dating from the 12th century, on the Danube River in Regensburg, Germany, looking towards the Cathedral of St. Peter. Photographed c1960.
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GERMANY: PASSAU, c1974.
A view of Passau, Bavaria, Germany, on the Danube River, looking towards St. Stephan's Cathedral. Photographed c1974.
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SHANE GOULD (1956- ).
Australian swimmer. Standing on the winners' podium at the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, West Germany, 30 August 1972, after receiving the gold medal for the women's 400-meter freestyle event, with Novella Calligaris of Italy (left), who won the silver medal, and Gudrun Wegner of East Germany (right), who won the bronze.
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KENNEDY IN BERLIN, 1963.
From a platform erected for the occasion, U.S. President John F. Kennedy, visiting West Berlin, 26 July 1963, looks across the Berlin Wall into East Berlin, where buildings have been demolished to clear the ground near the wall.
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BERLIN WALL, 1989.
A section of the wall, covered with graffiti, seen from West Berlin, 1989. The wall was opened 9 November 1989.
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BOBBY FISCHER (1943-2008).
American chess player. Fischer (right) playing a game against Soviet world champion Boris Spassky at the 19th Chess Olympiad in Siegen, West Germany, 20 September 1970.
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ALFRED WEGENER (1880-1930).
German geophysicist and meteorologist. Wegener's theory of continental drift on a West German postage stamp, 1980.
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WORLD CUP, 1974.
Denis Law of Scotland and the Zaire Leopards in the 1974 World Cup, held in West Germany.
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GERMANY: STEEL WORKS, 1956.
Blast furnaces of the Niederrheinische Huette steel works near Duisberg, West Germany, 1956.
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BERLIN: MAN AND CROSS, 1961.
A man carrying a cross on a street in West Berlin, near the Brandenburg Gate. Photographed by Tony Frissell, October 1961.
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GERMANY: DANUBE GORGE.
Aerial view of a passenger boat traveling through the Danube River gorge in the Franconian Jura mountains, between Weltenburg and Kelheim in Bavaria, Germany. Photographed by Ernst Tremel, c1960.
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GERMANY: ULM.
A view of Ulm, Germany, on the Danube River, looking towards the Cathedral. Photographed c1965.
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IMMANUEL KANT (1724-1804).
German philosopher. On a West German postage stamp, 1974.
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J.F.K. IN BERLIN, 1963.
The American President John F. Kennedy during his drive through Berlin in an open car on 26 June 1963. With Kennedy is Willy Brandt, governing mayor of Berlin, and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
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KONRAD ADENAUER (1876-1967).
German statesman and Chancellor of West Germany (1949-1963). Mid 20th century photograph.
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CARTOON: GERMANY DIVIDED.
'My dear, your sister has some strange friends.' French cartoon by Roger Chancel, 1949, commenting on the division of Germany into East and West as distrust grows between the Soviet Union and the Western allies.
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GERMANY: VINEYARDS, 1962.
View of vineyards beneath the Niederwald Monument in Rüdesheim, West Germany, 1962.
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HISTORY.
Germany - Hesse - Middle Rhine Valley (UNESCO World Heritage List, 2002). Rudesheim am Rhein - Boosenburg castle. Full Credit: DEA / W. BUSS / Granger, NYC -- All rights
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HISTORY.
Germany - Hesse - Middle Rhine Valley (UNESCO World Heritage List, 2002). Rudesheim am Rhein - Boosenburg castle. Full Credit: DEA / W. BUSS / Granger, NYC -- All rights
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NATO LEADERS, 1966.
'Beatles may not appear as a group again.' English cartoon, 1966, commenting on France's decision to withdraw from NATO's integrated command structure. Left to right: French President Charles de Gaulle, British Prime Minister Harold Wilson, West German Chancellor Ludwig Erhard, and U.S. President Lyndon Johnson as the 'NATO Four.'
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KENNEDY FUNERAL, 1963.
Foreign dignitaries at the funeral of President John F. Kennedy, 25 November 1963. Front row, from left: President Charles de Gualle of France; Queen Frederika of Greece; King Baudouin of Belgium; Emperor Haile Selassie of Ethiopia; President Diosdado Macapagal of the Philippine Republic.
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GOTTFRIED VON LEIBNIZ
(1646-1617). Gottfried Wilhelm von Leibniz. German philosopher and mathematician. On a West German postage stamp, 1966.
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GERMANY: ULM, 1953.
A view of Ulm, Germany, on the Danube River, showing the Cathedral and the Metzgerturm (Butcher's Tower). Photographed by Eduard Renner, 1953.
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GERMANY: MAINZ, 1962.
View of Mainz, West Germany, 1962.
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JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Photographed in front of the Brandenburg Gate, Berlin, Germany, 26 June 1963. The East German government had installed banners on the Gate to prevent East Berliners from seeing the president.
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JOHN F. KENNEDY (1917-1963).
35th President of the United States. Making his memorable 'I am a Berliner,' or 'Ich bin ein Berliner,' address during a visit to West Berlin, 26 June 1963. Kennedy's use of the indefinite article 'ein' resulted in the misconception that he had called himself a jelly doughnut, known as Berliners in Germany.
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WORLD CUP, 1966.
Geoff Hurst of West Germany (right) scores his third goal against England during the 1966 World Cup final match.
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BRANDENBURG GATE, 1961.
Aerial view of the Brandenburg Gate following construction of the Berlin Wall (towards the foreground) along the boundary between East and West Berlin. Photograph, probably late 1961.
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GERMANY: HANOVER, 1956.
Pedestrians crossing an intersection in a newly reconstructed section of Hanover, West Germany. Photographed in 1956.
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J.F.K. IN BERLIN, 1963.
The American President John F. Kennedy during his drive through Berlin on 26 June 1963. With Kennedy is the governing major of Berlin Willy Brandt, and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer.
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DANUBE: STEAMBOAT CAPTAIN.
The captain of a steamboat on the Danube River photographed while leaving Passau, Bavaria, Germany, c1974.
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SHANE GOULD (1956- ).
Australian swimmer. Photographed while competing in the women's 400-meter freestyle event at the Summer Olympic Games in Munich, West Germany, in which she would win her second of three gold medals and set a new world record with a time of 4 minutes 19.04 seconds, 30 August 1972.
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JFK IN BERLIN, 1963.
President John F. Kennedy and German Chancellor Konrad Adenauer at 'Checkpoint Charlie' by the Berlin Wall during Kennedy's visit to West Berlin on 26 June 1963.
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