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John F. Kennedy in Berlin, 1963 - and subsequent echoes Add to ...

The division of Berlin was one of the most enduring marks of the Cold War. U.S. president John F. Kennedy faced that square on with his celebrated address in the Rudolph Wilde Platz in June, 1963. On the speech's 50th anniversary, a look back at Kennedy's visit -- and an acknowledgement of its historical resonance via connections to subsequent U.S. presidents.

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