Photographs by Stephane Duroy. Foreword by Willy Brandt.
Bulfinch Press, New York, 1990. 120 pp., 96 color illustrations,, 9½x112/3".

"Published to celebrate the opening of the Berlin Wall, this fascinating photographic essay chronicles the spirit of the two Berlins over the last decade and features remarkable images from the smashing of the Wall. The city of Berlin--East and West--emerges unforgettably through Stephane Duroy's poignant full-color photographs. Drawn to Berlin some ten years ago, Duroy aimed at capturing its atmosphere and delving beyond its surface. Berliners of all ages, cityscapes, graffiti, political and military presence, and smoke-filled cafes are but a few of the images in the photographer's portrait of a historically important German city."--the publisher.

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