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El 13 de Agosto de 1961 comenzaron a levantarse las barreras y a cortarse las comunicaciones entre la parte Oriental y Occidental de Alemania.

Cuando el muro se encontraba en su tercer día de construcción y no era más que una pequeña valla alambrada, entre en el cruce de Ruppinerstraße con Bernauerstraße, el soldado Conrad Schuman, aprovechando su oportunidad, saltó la alambrada. La huida fue capturada por el fotógrafo Peter Leibing y la imagen se convirtió en una de las más famosas de la guerra fría.

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Foto: Peter Leibing.

On 13th August 1961, they started to build the barrier, and to cut off communication between east and west Germany.

On Berlin Wall’s third day of construction, when it was only a low barbed wire fence, between Ruppinerstraße and Bernauerstraße, the soldier Conrad Schumann jumped over the barbed wire fence and run. West German photographer Peter Leibing photographed Schumann’s escape. His picture has since become an iconic image of the Cold War.