Week 7 Summary.docx - Colton Wadsworth CPO3614 Week 7 Summary Ash Berlin After twenty-eight years the mousetrap had finally ended and it was time to

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Colton Wadsworth CPO3614 Week 7 Summary Ash “Berlin” After twenty-eight years the mousetrap had finally ended, and it was time to clear the stage and get ready for another show. “Only today was the war really over” read an improvised poster The East Germans felt grateful to Gorbachev, but believe they won this opening by themselves The whole of Eat Germany went into labor. “an old world – pregnant with the new” The people were protesting non-violently and week by week more and more people would join in “The moment when people who for years had been silenced could at least speak their minds, free to travel, who had been locked in.” It was emancipation and liberation and it was created by the people of East Germany They finally had the freedom like much of the rest of Central Europe Ash “Prague” “In Poland it took ten years, in Hungary it took ten months, in East Germany ten weeks, perhaps in Czechoslovakia it will take ten days!”

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