GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988
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「DPA」 GDR - Bruce Springsteen in the East - 1988 The American musician Bruce Springsteen on July 19, 1988 at his concert in East Berlin on the cycle track Weissensee. For many GDR citizens, appearances by western rock bands were the highest of sentiments. Especially Bruce Springsteen was for many the epitome of freedom. On July 19, 1988, the “boss“ played his only concert in East Berlin. In bumpy German, he hurled his message into the people: “It‘s nice to be in East Berlin, I‘m not for or against a government, I‘ve come to play rock ‘n‘ roll for you, hoping that one thing Day all barriers are demolished “. The saying comes from his driver Georg Kerwinski, whom he had asked shortly before the concert began to write him some sentences in German. The concert was delayed and censored in the GDR television and broadcasting. Of course, Bruce Springsteen‘s call for the barriers to be demolished soon was cut out. Photo: Thomas Uhlemann - - BLOCKED FOR BILDFUNK - | usage worldwide、クレジット:dpa-Zentralbild/DPA/共同通信イメージズ

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登録日時
1987/07/19 00:00:00
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DPA

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240 dpi
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