Klaus-Juergen Warnick, 62, stands next to a memorial that used to boast the first Soviet tank to make it to Berlin in World War II, but today is maintained with an old Soviet snow-plow (Swords to plowshares).
Klaus-Juergen Warnick, 62, stands next to a memorial that used to boast the first Soviet tank to make it to Berlin in World War II, but today is maintained with an old Soviet snow-plow (Swords to plowshares). McClatchy
Klaus-Juergen Warnick, 62, stands next to a memorial that used to boast the first Soviet tank to make it to Berlin in World War II, but today is maintained with an old Soviet snow-plow (Swords to plowshares). McClatchy

Sunday marks 25 years since Berlin Wall fell, but East and West still divided

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