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Desc:DW tv computer animation showing how the Grenze was set up. Cold War!
Category:Military, Educational
Tags:germany, Cold War, USSR, East Germany, berlin wall
Submitted:teethsalad
Date:09/12/09
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Comment count is 12
ProfessorChaos - 2009-09-12
Well, I learned something today. Thanks, PoETV!
mouser - 2009-09-12
Very interesting.
Doctor Arcane - 2009-09-12
Need a sentry here!
godot - 2009-09-12
When I played every Infocom text adventure in the 1980s, I spent a couple of weeks mapping out an escape from East Berlin adventure, with abandoned sewers, CIA wiretap tunnels etc. I gave up the idea because it was just too bleak, and I didn't know a word of German for flavor.

I think I came to the conclusion that the safest escape would be to assemble a tiny motor launch on a moonless midnight on the beaches around Rostock, and flee over the Baltic to Denmark, about 20 miles.
godot - 2009-09-12
See

http://berlinwall.soaringdevelopment.com/fly.aspx

for an amazing escape attempt. It was made into a movie, which I haven't seen:

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Night_Crossing

Menudo con queso - 2009-09-12
They showed that to us in elementary school!

Now I want them to do one of these animations for the US-Mexico wall.

Hooker - 2009-09-12
Seriously, the Mexico-U.S. wall will kick these one's asses. Can you say sentry robots?

Goethe and ernie - 2009-09-12
I fucking love educational stuff, that was awesome. The stilted robot-sounding narration only added to it.
memedumpster - 2009-09-12
One day America will have a wall like this, no Mexican will notice.
DanVamme - 2009-09-12
If you'd seen Fast and Furious, you'd know that Mexicans get into the US by driving under mountains.

Syd Midnight - 2009-09-12
It makes me feel good to be reminded that the Berlin Wall now exists only in CGI.
Dutch Oven Fresh Pie - 2009-09-12
Okay now I want to see Mexicans try to get through this. I bet they can.
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