Fall of the Berlin Wall 1989
Lichterfelde, Berlin (West) and Teltow, Potsdam (East) crossing post, East Germany
November 14, 1989
East German police block the road leading from East Germany to West Germany. In a few moments the road opens for travel as Germans on both sides gather to celebrate. Germans gathered as the wall is dismantled and the East German government lifts travel and emigration restrictions to the West on November 9, 1989.