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1964: GDR senior citizens allowed to travel to the West  
On 2nd November 1964 a RIAS broadcast announced: "One hour earlier than originally planned, the left-hand door in the Berlin Wall near the crossing point of Oberbaum Bridge was opened and East German senior citizens were allowed once more to travel to visit their loved ones in the West after three and a half years without contact.”

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17.9.2019 Edward Snowden: Germany a 'primary example' of NSA surveillance cooperation
In his new book, Edward Snowden describes how US intelligence agencies collect vast amounts of data around the world. Foreign governments often help facilitate the collection, and Germany is no exception.
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Theater director Max Reinhardt owned and operated theaters in Germany and Austria before being forced into exile by the Nazis in 1938. Among his most well-known theaters was:
  Volksbühne
  Deutsches Theater
  Piscator Theater
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