Stock Photo - Pupils construct a cross in Schegeiss in the Oberharz in memory of a refugee who was shot down the day before attempting to cross the German-German border, 2 August 1963. From 13 August 1961, the day of the building of the Berlin Wall, to 9 November 1989, the day of the fall of the Berlin Wall, the Federal Republic of Germany and the GDR were separated by the iron curtain between West and East. - Schegeiss/Niedersachsen/Germany

Stock Photo: Pupils construct a cross in Schegeiss in the Oberharz in memory of a refugee who was shot down the day before attempting to cross the German-German border.

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