Das Berliner Grenzgängerproblem

Das Berliner Grenzgängerproblem

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By addressing the problem of Berlina€™s cross-border commuters, the author traces a hitherto largely neglected phenomenon in contemporary history. Until the building of the Berlin Wall, numerous inhabitants of the divided city worked in their a€œothera€ Berlin. However, the Cold War and conflicting economic systems made commuting across the Iron Curtain a problem that plunged many into conflict and was symptomatic like no other of the tensions in the divided city. This account opens a new window on a time of extraordinary challenges in politics and everyday life.By addressing the problem of Berlina€™s cross-border commuters, the author traces a hitherto largely neglected phenomenon in contemporary history.


Title:Das Berliner Grenzgängerproblem
Author: Frank Roggenbuch
Publisher:Walter de Gruyter - 2008-12-10
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