We were plunged into the torrid turmoil of the Heath years
November is a difficult month for Germany.
Photographer Ulrich Mack accompanied Kennedy on the entire trip. The results, published this month as Kennedy in Berlin, have mostly never been seen before and are an astonishing record of a watershed moment, says John Walsh.
Book traces fate of Cold War defectors who went the 'wrong way'
Greeks and Ukip unite to condemn the award for ‘transforming’ a warring continent
Brandenburg has been stung into action against the far right after a series of incidents at hotels
Answered this week by Andrew Adonis
The old border crossing from East to West, now a tacky tourist trap, is polarising opinion – over its suitability for a museum site
As church bells toll, mayor condemns 'nostalgia' for symbol of 'dictatorship'
Fifty years after construction began on the barrier that defined the Cold War, Germans are looking back with mixed feelings on the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall. Tony Paterson reports
Exactly half a century has passed since construction began on the Berlin Wall, a symbolic reminder of Germany’s troubled past.
Stasi chief held file revealing East German premier's Nazi links
It is exactly 49-years tomorrow since the Berlin Wall was constructed by the German Democratic Republic, drawing Soviet-occupied East Berlin away from the half of the city occupied by America, Britain and France, and firmly behind the iron curtain.
Germans despised the Communists' secret police, yet a battle rages to preserve a museum in their memory
World leaders past and present gathered in the German capital today to celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Berlin Wall's fall, which led to German reunification and hastened the demise of the Soviet Union.
Twenty years ago the fall of the Berlin Wall ended the division of Germany. But the first taste of freedom happened 100 miles away at Checkpoint Alpha...