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Berlin Crisis of 1961 - Wikipedia


The Berlin Crisis of 1961 (4 June – 9 November 1961) was the last major politico- military European incident of the Cold War about the occupational status of the ...

The Berlin Crisis, 1958–1961 - Office of the Historian


This ultimatum sparked a three year crisis over the future of the city of Berlin that ... The division of Germany and its capital city of Berlin among the four victors of ...

Berlin crisis of 1961 | Cold War history | Britannica.com


Mar 17, 2016 ... Berlin crisis of 1961, Cold War conflict between the Soviet Union and the United States concerning the status of the divided German city of ...

Berlin crisis: the standoff at Checkpoint Charlie | World news | The ...


Oct 24, 2011 ... For 16 hours from the 27 to 28 October 1961, US and Soviet tanks faced each other in divided Berlin and the two superpowers came closer to ...

The 1961 Berlin Crisis | National Archives


Sep 24, 2016 ... Fall 2011, Vol. 43, No. 3 The 1961 Berlin Crisis Some New Insights By Neil Carmichael and Brewer Thompson.

The Berlin Crisis 1958-1962 - National Security Archive


The Berlin crisis involved a controversy so bitter and so sustained that at its height world leaders feared that a misstep could trigger a nuclear war. The crisis  ...

First Strike Options and the Berlin Crisis, September 1961


In stark contrast to the close U.S.-Russian relationship of today, forty years ago serious tensions over Berlin and Germany and the danger of world war clouded ...

Berlin Blockade - Cold War - HISTORY.com


Find out more about the history of Berlin Blockade, including videos, interesting articles, pictures, historical features and more. Get all the facts on HISTORY.com.

Berlin Crisis - GlobalSecurity.org


May 7, 2011 ... Berlin Crisis. During the 1950s a steady outflow of refugees from the Soviet occupation zone to the West consisted primarily of young people of ...

The Berlin crisis - Alpha History


The Berlin crisis unfolded in the 1950s in the German capital, which remained a divided city, a microcosm of the larger Cold War.