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Beyond the Wall: The Lost World of East Germany

by Simon Marsden

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Shortly after the Berlin Wall was dismantled in 1989, photographer Simon Marsden and author Duncan McLaren embarked on a journey of discovery through the former Communist State of East Germany, aiming to capture on film this lost world that had remained hidden from the eyes of the West for almost half a century. Their travels took them through each of the five states, from the environs of Berlin into Dresden and the countryside close to the Czechoslovakian and Polish borders.… (more)

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Shortly after the Berlin Wall was dismantled in 1989, photographer Simon Marsden and author Duncan McLaren embarked on a journey of discovery through the former Communist State of East Germany, aiming to capture on film this lost world that had remained hidden from the eyes of the West for almost half a century. Their travels took them through each of the five states, from the environs of Berlin into Dresden and the countryside close to the Czechoslovakian and Polish borders.

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