Remembering 25 Years Since the Fall
For 28 years, the Berlin Wall stood as a physical reminder of the Cold War's destruction of civil liberties and a barrier against reconstruction. On November 9, 1989, the world anxiously awaited as Berliners gathered to dismantle the wall that separated families, economies, and opportunities.
In honor of that momentous occasion, we invite you to read 50 articles and book chapters from across Wiley's academic library in history, literature, economics, and other disciplines to commemorate the fall of the Berlin Wall.
Leave Your Mark On Our Wall
Memories play a crucial role in our connection to the past. We invite you to share where you were when the wall fell with @WileyHistory. Throughout its existence, brave individuals marked the Berlin Wall with illustrations of peace, and poetry leaving a lasting impression on culture and history. Mark our Twitter wall with your personal history to be displayed on the special issue page with #BerlinWallRemember.