Berlin Didn’t Want a Reagan Statue—but It’s Getting One AnywayBreaking News
tags: Ronald Reagan, Germany, Berlin, Reagan
Ronald Reagan loved Berlin. For the German capital, things are more complicated.
For years, the city’s successive governments have resisted gentle prodding by U.S. dignitaries to erect a statue of the late president, who famously called in a 1987 speech here on his Soviet counterpart Mikhail Gorbachev to tear down the Wall that had divided the city since 1961.
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