gdr ; dev state 61-85 ; extent eco-stability ; end emigration

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at least how many killed trying to escape at the berlin border '61-'89?
136
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and how many at the actual border crollings?
500+
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what did the swift secrecy of Operation Rose mean the ppl reacted like?
shocked + disbelieving
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memories of '53 influenced people's behaviour how?
wanted avoid provoking authorities into oppression
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especially why now more than '53?
larger stasi presence
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rearmament of GDR / FRG led to what?
fear of international conflict
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within GDR some resentment toward border crossers that did what?
lived in GDR but worked in FRG
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wha tdid the SED repeatedly refer to the wall as?
'protective wall'
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the psychological impact of the wall led many to do what?
conform / co-operate / collaborate
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for auth appls adjustment to new way reinforced by increasing repression specifically against who?
those deemed more likely to yield to western temptation
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aim now that wall was up was to?
show what socialism could achieve
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