Andreas Erhard owns three watchtowers originally erected along the Iron Curtain by the East German army. He also invested extra money in cleaning them up. He sees the towers as living history, and has opened them up to the public.
On September 1, 1939, Germany started WWII - a war that would eventually leave the nation all but destroyed. Three lessons from that time period have transformed Germany, writes DW's Alexander Kudascheff.
The invasion of Poland by Nazi Germany on September 1, 1939 marked the beginning of World War II as a global conflict. Here is a collection of related stories.
Israeli scholar and former negotiator Daniel Levy tells DW that Israel has gone beyond legitimate self-defense in its war against Hamas. The Palestinian issue cannot be solved militarily, he says.
We held a drawing for three copies of the book "Where in the World is the Berlin Wall?" Here are the lucky winners!
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