1. Mauerfall und Einheit The fall of the Wall and German reunification
  2. Fall der Mauer Dancing on the Wall
  3. Eine Radtour entlang der ehemaligen Mauer A cycle tour along the former Wall
Mauerfall und Einheit

The fall of the Wall and German reunification

November 9, 1989, the day on which the Berlin Wall fell, marked the climax of a trend that was similar to a revolution and in which the citizens of the GDR played the main role. Some, because they did everything in their power to leave a state that refused to grant them the freedom to travel and who by occupying embassies abroad forced the authorities into allowing them to leave, and others because they proclaimed in no uncertain terms that they wished to stay in the GDR. However, they also demanded fundamental reforms, which the regime could not agree to without setting its downfall in motion. Given this assault on two fronts, despite massive security measures the GDR collapsed like a house of cards in the space of just a few months. This paved the way for the division of Germany to be overcome and for the country to be reunited on October 3, 1990. At the beginning of 1989 hardly anybody in Germany, either in the west or east, had anticipated that the 40th anniversary of the GDR in the fall would also be its last, that the Berlin Wall would soon disappear, and that Germany, which was divided into two states, would be (re-) united. No one had suspected that as a result the political constellations that had dominated post-War European politics for more than forty years would dissolve. But then everything changed. All at once history, which for decades had been evolving at a snail’s pace in Europe, began trotting, before finally breaking into a wild gallop. The speed of the changes even took the breath away from those observers who were mere onlookers and not themselves directly involved in the course of events. A mere ten months after the fall of the Wall the Two Plus Four Agreement signed on September 12, 1990 paved the way for the reunification of Germany. For a short time, German Unity, which in constitutional terms was completed on October 3, 1990 with the accession of the five new federal states “to the area of validity of the Basic Law of the Federal Republic of Germany”, triggered exuberant collective joy, borne by the certainty of being able to shoulder the challenges of the unification process. What followed, however was what Bertolt Brecht once called “the trudge across the flatlands”. The difficulties many Germans had with their newly found freedom were also a consequence of the fact that it came when hardly anybody had been expecting it and at a speed no one was used to. The challenge „Aufbau Ost“ Following the collapse of the GDR it emerged that its average productivity was a third of that of the Federal Republic, such that instead of the expected DM 600 billion (some EUR 300 billion) profit, the Treuhandanstalt, the agency commissioned to privatize the state-owned enterprises, ultimately posted a DM 230 billion deficit. The hope of being able to finance the necessary investments in the infrastructure of the new federal stateswith the proceeds from the privatization of the so-called “people’s property” had been deceptive. The cost of German Unity grew even faster than even its most pessimistic estimates had supposed. The population in the east had to bear the social burden of unity and, primarily, the population in the west the financial. The annus mirabilis of 1989/1990 was followed by a sober convergence process with a long-term perspective. Furthermore, the success stories of the “Aufbau Ost” project, which were gradually becoming visible, were still not taken adequate notice of. One of the most spectacular results of “Aufbau Ost“ project was the renovation of inner-city residential quarters not just in cities such as Dresden, Leipzig, Chemnitz, and Halle, which in the GDR had been continually decaying. Other examples are the telecommunications facilities in the new federal states, which are among the most cutting-edge in Europe, the establishment of a competitive university structure, as well as the leading position of the solar and and environmental technology operations that have now settled there. Enormous efforts have also been channeled into infrastructure, environmental and nature protection, developing tourism and the preservation of cultural assets. This is countered by the migration of primarily young people from east to west, which has admittedly slowed down in comparison with the first few years of unity, and the subsequent shrinking and aging of the population in the new federal states. Transfers from the west, which in 2009 totaled an estimated EUR 1.6 trillion net (minus the payments made from the east) correspond with the migration from the east. The efforts made as part of “Aufbau Ost” are an example of national solidarity, the like of which could hardly have been expected in a political atmosphere dominated by post-national discourse. Despite all the progress that has been made, in the future creating equal living conditions in the east and west will remain a primary topic in finally achieving internal unity. The Annual Report of the Federal Government on the Status of German Unity provides a regular overview of developments. Berlin – a political center Even in the Unification Treaty it was determined that Berlin be the capital. On June 20, 1991 the Deutsche Bundestag passed a resolution to also move the seat of government and Parliament from Bonn – since 1949 the capital of the Federal Republic – to Berlin. Since the move in 1999, Germany once again has in Berlin a pulsating political center that bears comparison with the major cities of the big European neighboring states. In addition to the newly designed Reichstag building, symbols of this are the Chancellery and the open Brandenburg Gate, which re¬presents the overcoming of the country’s division. For a while there had been fears that the government’s move to Berlin could become an expression of a new German megalomania, with which the country’s economic and political weight would upset the status quo in Europe again. These fears proved to be wrong. Rather, German Unity was to be the initial spark that led to the overcoming of the division of Europe into east and west. As such, Germany actually played a pioneering role in the political and economic integration of the continent. In addition it gave up one of the most important instruments and symbols in the unification process, the Deutschmark, to create a European Monetary Union, the Eurozone, which would not exist without Germany. Nor, despite their being heavily involved in the unification process, have the various federal governments since 1990 ever lost sight of European integration, but have played an active role in its development, which culminated in the Lisbon process. Ultimately, in the course of the 1990s Germany’s role in world politics also changed. The participation of German troops in international peace-keeping and stabilization missions makes this increased responsibility visible to the outside world. In domestic political discussion, however, the foreign missions are in some cases the subject of controversial discussion. In the NATO allies’ expectation that the Federal Republic of Germany take on a share of the common obligations commensurate with its size and political weight, it becomes clear in retrospect that as a divided country Germany enjoyed a political status that no longer existed when the bipolar world order came to an end. Since there is no longer a risk of confrontation between Bundeswehr troops in the west and those of the Nationale Volksarmee in the GDR, there has been continually growing international expectation for Germany to assume corresponding responsibility. Dealing with the past One of the most difficult chapters in German Unity includes the question of the political approach to coming to terms with the SED regime in the GDR between 1949 and 1989/1990. Apart from the fact that with regard to remembering and coming to terms with the past more and more party political positions are expressed, differences still surface. However, primarily commemorative means are being used here to address those disputes which, given the swift transfer of the disintegrating GDR in the fall and winter of 1989/1990 into the process of reunification, were broken off. Even if many of those affected do not see it this way, as a result the elite of the GDR enjoyed the protection of the federal German legal system (and the care of the welfare state), which was a deciding factor in this revolutionary-like overthrow remaining peaceful. With the Peaceful Revolution, which formed part of the major central and eastern European freedom and civil rights movement, the Germans, who, unlike their French neighbors, had been unable to claim to have played a revolutionary role in the history of the world, did after all make a forceful mark on European revolutionary history, exactly two hundred years after the French. One can safely say that this was a decisive step along what Heinrich August Winkler called the “path to the west”, with which a reunited Germany has also relinquished its claim to a special path. © www.deutschland.de

Fall der Mauer

Dancing on the Wall

On the evening of November 9, 1989, the Wall fell in Berlin – and with it the frontier that had divided Germany for 28 years. The very same night, thousands of GDR citizens rushed to the border with West Berlin. Although they had no official order, the border guards opened the crossings. Complete strangers from East and West fell into one another’s arms laughing and crying, spontaneously celebrating the opening of the Wall together. Germany experienced a night of jubilation, a night that was to change the world. Willy Brandt, the honorary chairman of the SPD who had also been a popular mayor in the western part of the city for many years during the period of division, appeared at the Brandenburg Gate the next morning and announced a little later in front of Schöneberg City Hall: “Now what belongs together will grow together.” The newspaper headlines read: “East Berliners dance the night away on Kurfürstendamm,” “Berlin is again Berlin,” “Germany cries tears of joy – we reach out to one another.” In the days that followed, millions of GDR citizens headed westward in their Trabi and Wartburg cars – many of them travelled to the Federal Republic for the first time in their lives, visited relatives, explored cities and landscapes – as well as western “shopping paradises” with 100 marks of “Welcome Money” from the Federal Republic in their pockets. What had happened? On November 9, shortly before 7 p.m., during an international press conference, Günter Schabowski, a member of the SED Politburo, had hesitantly announced a new, liberal exit rule live in front of television cameras. In reply to a question, Schabowski explained that as far as he was aware the policy would come into effect “immediately, without delay”. This news, which had not been approved in that form by the GDR government, spread throughout the GDR at lightning speed and triggered the opening of the border crossings in Berlin – and the fall of the Wall. This historic day had been preceded by mass exoduses from the GDR during summer 1989 (via Hungary and Czechoslovakia) and remarkable demonstrations by the opposition movement within the GDR in which civil rights activists had publicized their criticisms and their demands for the first time (for example, during the Monday Demonstrations in Leipzig). Both these put a massive strain on the GDR’s structures, especially when it soon became clear that on this occasion the Soviet Union did not have any interest – unlike in Hungary in 1956, Prague in 1968, or Poland in 1980 – in putting down the protest movement by force. The “gentle revolution” produced a kind of paralysis within the GDR government authorities. On October 18, 1989, the resignation of Erich Honecker, the man who had been SED general secretary and chairman of the State Council for many years, triggered a collapse of the SED regime that his successor Egon Krenz was also unable to stabilize. © www.deutschland.de

Eine Radtour entlang der ehemaligen Mauer

A cycle tour along the former Wall

Before the tour begins, Knut pauses briefly and points to a small entrance. “Franz-Klub” is written on the sign. “That’s where I got to know punk rocker Nina Hagen in the 1970s.” The story of divided Berlin is also Knut’s story. The 60-year-old tour guide was born and still lives in the Prenzlauer Berg district in the eastern part of Berlin. Knut rides ahead on his bike, past all the modernised old apartment buildings towards the Jahn Stadium. The Wall used to run behind the sports park. On the forecourt, Knut draws a big circle in the gravel with his foot. In the middle there’s a line, and in the upper right another small circle. “This circle was West Berlin,” he says. It was completely enclosed. After the stadium, we cross a park. The death strip used to run along here, where today couples lie on the grass, tourists drink beer and families enjoy a barbecue. A few hundred metres on, Oderberger Strasse crosses Bernauer Strasse. A small line of cobblestones on the ground here reminds us of the 167.8-kilometre structure that epitomised the division of Germany on 13 August 1961: the Berlin Wall. The DDR leaders gave the order to seal off the city in 1961 because the economic situation was rapidly deteriorating and the number of refugees was increasing day by day. Roswitha Funck, 66, went to Berlin for the first time in 1961. The native of Hamburg had a pen friend in the western part of the city and can remember exactly how unreal it seemed to her then when she travelled to the city for the first time at the age of ten – to the city that was the symbol of the Cold War. Today she is reminded of this during the BerlinWall bike tour. Her eyes rest for a while on the old steel girders of the Wall. Next to them Knut is pointing out plates on the ground that symbolise escape tunnels. The stories of the escapees still fascinate people even today. Knut’s favourite story is the one about the “duck man”. In order to cross the river Spree from East to West, he attached a duck to the top of his head. The border guards were uncertain, but the man even quacked – and actually made it to the other side. Günter Litfin didn’t manage it. On 24 August 1961 he was shot trying to escape to West Berlin He was the first fatality at the Berlin Wall. Knut is a personal friend of his brother Jürgen. He pauses briefly when he tells the story, looks at the picture of the dead man and shakes his head. One victim among many. The East Side Gallery, an open-air gallery in the Berlin district of Friedrichshain, is just the right thing to focus your attention on something else. It is a one-kilometre stretch of the Wall that was painted by artists in 1990 shortly after reunification. It is a symbol of the peaceful triumph over the Iron Curtain. Tourists sit on the bank of the Spree behind the section of Wall. In front of it, people are taking photographs, a piece of history for their photo albums. Many of the visitors weren’t even born when the Wall fell. They are interested in the art, the graffiti. For Knut, however, the tour guide from East Berlin who was born before the Wall even existed, this place tells a different story. http://www.eastsidegallery-berlin.de/ © www.deutschland.de

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Logo des GTAI mit Hinweis auf das 25-jährige Mauerfall-Jubiläum

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Eine Radtour entlang der ehemaligen Mauer

A cycle tour along the former Wall

A dossier on the 25th anniversary of the fall of the Wall. In Part 10 we cycle the course of the former Wall and experience what is otherwise barely tangible today: Berlin as a divided city.

Trabi durchbricht Berliner Mauer, Den Haag

Celebrations of the Fall of the Wall

Mauerfall am 9. November in Rom, Trabant wird auf römisches Theater projeziert

Mauerfall am 9. November in Rom, Trabant wird auf römisches Theater projeziert

Mauerfall 9. November

Mauerfall am 9. November in Rom, Trabant wird auf römisches Theater projeziert

Berliner Mauer 1988

Berliner Mauer 1988

DDR-Übersiedler in Prager Botschaft 1989

DDR-Übersiedler in Prager Botschaft 1989

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Prag 1989 - DDR-Flüchtlinge vor Prager Botschaft

Deutsche Botschaft in Prag bleibt geschlossen

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DDR-Flüchtlinge in Prag (Archivbild 1989)

DDR-Flüchtlinge in Prag (Archivbild 1989)

2500 ausreisewillige DDR-Bürger in Prag

2500 ausreisewillige DDR-Bürger in Prag

10 Jahre Mauerfall: DDR-Bürger vor Botschaft in Prag

10 Jahre Mauerfall: DDR-Bürger vor Botschaft in Prag

Prag 1989 - DDR-Flüchtlinge vor Prager Botschaft

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Zeitschrift Deutschland

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Deutsche Welle has signed an agreement with the newly-launched Outernet as an additional content distribution channel. The satellite-based Internet provider promises free access to information.

German presidency of the G7

Logo für den G7-Gipfel 2015

Germany assumed the presidency of the G7 at the G7 summit in Brussels at the beginning of June 2014. On 7 and 8 June 2015, Germany will host the meeting of the heads of state and government. The summit will provide an opportunity to discuss current international challenges and to make progress on new topics in the international context.

Further information is available on the following websites:

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Logo Italienische EU-Ratspräsidentschaft 2. Halbjahr 2014

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Germania, ţară a ideilor

Land der Ideen

În cadrul unei competiţii la nivel naţional se vor căuta 365 de locuri inovatoare în ţara ideilor.

Dorim să arătăm întregii lumi cum poeţi şi gânditori, cercetători, artişti şi compozitori germani ne fac de secole încoace viaţa mai comodă, mai sigură şi mai frumoasă.

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Aussenminister Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier, offizielles Porträtfoto

Dr. Frank-Walter Steinmeier

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