PROF. PICCARD'S BALLOON GONDOLA RECOVERED - 1932 Swiss Professor Auguste Piccard's pressurized balloon gondola is recovered from his famous May 27th, 1931 flight in Ausburg, Germany when he and Paul Kipfer reached a record altitude of 51,775 feet. The gondola was left on a glacier for nearly a year and has amassed a fair amount of graffiti from the locals.
THE BERLIN WALL WS low angle of a graffiti-covered section of the Berlin Wall. The Wall was erected in 1961 to stop people fleeing the communist regime of East Germany. It divided the city of Berlin itself and became a symbol of oppression and the Cold War. On November 9, 1989 the borders between East and West Berlin were opened and the Wall came down.
Date: November 23, 1981 - COLOR Source: Video: 1" Length: 00:00:13:00, No Audio
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