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by Rainer Hildebrandt
Author: Rainer Hildebrandt
Publisher: Verlag Haus am Checkpoint Charlie; First Edition edition (1985)
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RAINER HILDEBRANDT created a monument to one of the most memorable - and some say shameful - features of. .
RAINER HILDEBRANDT created a monument to one of the most memorable - and some say shameful - features of 20th-century Europe. Until his dying day he ran the Checkpoint Charlie Museum in Berlin. In an apartment on the West side of the wall, he began to display the Heath Robinson boats and gliders, hot air balloons and underwater breathing kits that had been used in the earliest attempts to escape under or over the barbed wire that then barricaded Communist Eastern Europe. On display also were two nondescript suitcases.