Definition of Berlin Blockade?

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The Berlin blockade refers to a period during the Cold War when the Soviet Union blocked the railways, roads and canal paths to part of Berlin that was being controlled by Western Allies. This was aimed at forcing the Western Allies out of Berlin by taking over the supply of resources to the city.
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