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November 9 1989 This day will be remembered as one of the great days in the German history On that day the Berlin Wall which for twenty-eight years had been the symbol of German division was unexpectedly opened Thousands of people took the chance and climb the wall to cross the border in many cases for the first time of their life I suppose it were a dramatic moments and many people burst into tears November 13 1989 Hans Modrow was elected minister president of the GDR At this time Chancellor Kohl presented the Ten-Point Plan for the step-by-step unification of Germany January 1990 Free elections to the Volkskammer were scheduled for March 18 This were the first free elections in the GDR For the first time the inhabitants of the GDR could elect what they want and had the choice between much Partys IN former days the elections in the GDR were not free independent equal and secretly April 12 1990 CDU politician Lothar de Maiziegravere was elected the new minister president Reason for that maybe was that the CDU promised that they do all for the issue that East and West - Germany became ONE State May 1990 The Two-Plus-Four Talks among the two German governments and the four victorious powers of World War II began on May 5 They were held in for sessions The last was in September The get agreed in many important points One of them was that the East Border of Germany to Poland is forever Germany should never try to expand in the East July 1990 In a cordial meeting between Gorbachev and Chancellor Kohl on July 16 unified Germanys membership in NATO and its full sovereignty were conceded by the Soviet president The first important step toward unification was the monetary economic and social union of West Germany and East Germany
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