The Berlin Wall (German: Die Berliner Mauer) was a barrier that separated West and East Berlin between 13 August 1961 and 9 November 1989. The wall was built by East Germany to stop the extensive escape of East German citizens to West via West Berlin, but in the East Block, officially the term "anti-fascist protection" was used to reveal its purpose of keeping "fascism" out. The wall was the most significant part of the iron curtain and was a strong symbol of Europe's division during the Cold War.
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