Berlin Wall anniversary, Slavic Gospel Association

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Berlin Wall circa 1990

A view of the East side of the Berlin Wall taken in 1990 (after the border was opened). The graffiti seen in the photo would date from after the border was opened. Most sections of the Berlin Wall were damaged by both local residents and tourists during the period after the wall was opened, either to hasten the removal of the walls or in order to obtain souvenirs.
(Photo, caption courtesy Bob Tubbs via Wikimedia Commons)

MNN’s Greg Yoder and Joel Griffith of Slavic Gospel Association discuss the 25-year Berlin Wall anniversary, the significance of its fall to SGA, and the possible “re-hanging” of the so-called Iron Curtain.