Gillian Cox visited the GDR as a student in October 1989 just before the Wall came down.
In this episode you will hear her eyewitness of account of what she saw in East Germany on the cusp of it’s destruction.
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Now back to today’s episode. We start with Gillian describing her interest in the Cold War and how she ended up in the GDR.
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