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World Almanac Library, 2005 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 48 pages
Balancing between Eastern and Western Europe Berlin is Germany's capital and its cultural center. The city is the product of a traumatic history. It was devastated by bombing during World War II, then split into two parts by a post-war concrete wall. In 1989 after dividing the city for twenty-eight years, the wall was pulled down, but the process of reunification continues, helped by major building projects that involve leading world architects. Great Cities of the World explores what makes Berlin a fascinating city. Book jacket.

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A British voice actress with over a decade of experience, Nicola Barber has won two Earphone Awards from AudioFile Magazine for her audio book narration and has recorded national radio spots for Verizon Wireless, Virgin Airlines, and Hilton Hotels, as well as a national TV commercial for Oatmeal Crisp. She specializes in commercials, corporate videos, audiobooks, phone systems, and training videos. Nicola has narrated over a dozen audio books for authors such as Barbara Taylor Bradford and Maureen Johnson.

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