Berlin Wall - Online Dialog

16 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, almost all it's traces have disappeared. The Senate of Berlin now agreed on a concept to remember the Berlin Wall, that will preserve it's traces and commemorate it's victims. On behalf of the senate, we (Zebralog) started an online dialog today, that will focus on collecting personal stories and perspectives on the wall and ultimately help implement the concept.
Since the Berlin Wall is a worldwide symbol for a past era in world politics, it would be great to have some foreign voices providing a short statement, what the wall meant to them, what personal stories are attached to it, etc.

Since this web platform unfortunately isn't translated into English, I'm using this way to ask for help. If this is something you are interested in, it would be great if you could send me a short statement (2 or 3 sentences) about what comes into your mind first when you think about the Berlin Wall. This input will be a starting point for more in depth discussions later on. Also please let me know if you want to appear under your real name and receive any feedback provided on your statements, or if your contribution should be anonymous.

Send any input to haller [at]

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