Fall of the Berlin Wall

Fall of the Berlin Wall

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Fall of the Berlin Wall 4.7 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 5 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Awesomesauce!! Me cannot write like dat...
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a high school junior and I choose this book for my research project. And I do kind of like this book. It is not like the same book that I read like others, it is a book which would tell us what is the shadow and brutal accidents happened behind the famous landscape. In this book, he described the Wall's final moment, just the same as the title of this book, but he also explains the construction and its role in the Cold War. I think this is why I love this book, he didn't just give us the reason why Berlin Wall attract visitors. What I learned from this book, is why Berlin Wall is important, how it built under the pressure and how it fell down. I love this book even though it didn't answer all my research paper questions, it still attracted me. William is a good author because he saw things different from us and remind us of what we need to remember and how our ancients save us before. Anyway, it is my pleasure to read this book and know about William F Buckley.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I am a junior of a high school. And I do read this book for the research project. I don’t really like this book. Because this book writes a lot of the historical events, it is kind of boring for me. I am not that kind of history person. But I have to say this book is a good book. If you really like history and are very familiar to the events happened at that time. This book will help you to review and give you more details. William F. Buckley didn’t use the grandiloquent and boastful manner. But this book covers what happened at the end of the World War2 particularly, and it just explains the truth without any extra personal thoughts or personal emotion. William F. Buckley Jr. describes the Wall's final dramatic moments, as his title suggests. He really went to Berlin to see the Berlin Wall, and then found that pieces of it eerily remained, framed, here and there, like curios of a prehistoric age. The Fall of the Berlin Wall is an expression of Buckley’s scope. I still want more and more people to read this book, but you can understand this book better if you already know a lot about the Cold War. This book can help you review you review and get more information.
TZTZ More than 1 year ago
i am a junior of a high school. And I do read this bood for the research project. This book writes a lot of the historical events, it's kind of boring for me. But I have to say this book is a very good book. Especially for the people who are familiar to all the events happenesd in the past, this book can help them to review and give them more information. William F. Buckley didn't use the grandiloquent and boastful manner. But this book covers what happened at the end of the World War2 particularly, and it just explains the truth without any extra personal thoughts or personal emotion. William F. Buckley Jr. describes the Wall's final dramatic moments, as his title suggests.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Umm... did you accidentally post part 6 in the wrong res?