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" From 1949 to 1990, it administered the portion of Germany that had been occupied by Soviet forces at the end of World War II—the The inner German border was the border between the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany) and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG, West Germany) from 1949 to 1990. East Germany had an area of 41,828 sq mi (108,333 km²), a little larger than South Korea. 59 MB. Image Nov 6, 2014 The division of the city presented map-makers on both sides of the Wall with a dilemma: its practical transport implications meant that it could not be ignored – but neither side wanted to acknowledge the legitimacy of the other. The East German government, on the other hand, treated East Berlin Nov 6, 2014 The division of the city presented map-makers on both sides of the Wall with a dilemma: its practical transport implications meant that it could not be ignored – but neither side wanted to acknowledge the legitimacy of the other. An East German map produced in 1960 labelled the eastern and western halves On East German transit maps of Berlin, the city's western enclave was an unmentionable obstacle. jpg 1,429 × 1,890; 1. From the outset, West Germany and the Allies rejected East Germany's legitimacy. West Berlin was frequently viewed as an eleventh federal state. Not including the similar and physically separate Berlin Wall, the border was 1,393 kilometres (866 mi) long and ran from the Baltic Sea The Berlin Wall (German: Berliner Mauer) was a guarded concrete barrier that physically and ideologically divided Berlin from 1961 to 1989. An East German map produced in 1960 labelled the eastern and western halves Media in category "Maps of the German Democratic Republic". Constructed by the German Democratic Republic (GDR, East Germany), starting on 13 August 1961, the Wall cut off (by land) West Berlin from virtually all of surrounding East West Germany or West Germany was the unofficial name with which the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) was known since its founding on May 23, 1949, until German reunification in October 1990. Historical map of Germany AD 1949. svg 1,052 × 744; 959 KB. Map found here at Spiegel Online. svg 1,052 × 744; 833 KB. At the beginning of the Cold War, West Germany maintained a policy of "a single Germany" through the Hallstein Doctrine, Oct 31, 2014 Stunning satellite images and maps show how east and west differ from each other even today. Dresden has become the economic, political and. Information and locations of the Ministry for State Security offices of the GDR. So did I. Dresden 520,000 Heavily damaged in WW2. Historical map of Germany AD 1956. 1969 East Germany (30249404083). The following 46 files are in this category, out of 46 total. The creation of East Germany was deemed a communist/Soviet fait accompli, without a freely or fairly elected government. At the beginning of the Cold War, West Germany maintained a policy of "a single Germany" through the Hallstein Doctrine, West Berlin was frequently viewed as an eleventh federal state. . Leipzig 556,000 site of the 1989 Monday demonstrations. Geographically, the German Democratic Republic bordered the Baltic Sea to the north; the Polish People's Republic to the east; Czechoslovakia to the southeast and West Germany to the southwest and west. West Germany or West Germany was the unofficial name with which the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG) was known since its founding on May 23, 1949, until German reunification in October 1990. Turns out In June 1972, Fidel Castro while on a state visit to East Berlin gifted the island to East Germany. On account of its special status, however, it could only exercise a limited right to representation in Bonn's upper and lower houses of parliament (the Bundesrat and Bundestag, respectively). The Soviet zone became the German Democratic Republic (GDR), under communist rule. Oct 31, 2014 Stunning satellite images and maps show how east and west differ from each other even today. The East German government, on the other hand, treated East Berlin Most people think East Germany ceased to exist in 1990, when the (East) German Democratic Republic was absorbed by the Federal Republic of (West) Germany. It described itself as a socialist "workers' and peasants' state. The major cities and population in 1988: Berlin (Capital Hauptstadt ) 1,200,000. East Germany, officially the German Democratic Republic was a communist state in Central Europe, during the Cold War period