The last days of the Berlin Wall; In the late summer of 1989 as the Czechs lifted their border controls and created the first trickles of East German refugees seeking asylum inside the West German Embassy, speculation was rife that the Eastern Block was indeed crumbling. This photo essay is a document of the wall in the weeks before its fall.
Photo Documentary / Photo Journal Story series by film maker and multimedia producer John Horniblow (Hits: 91292)
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