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Border berlin wall trolley trams in berlin wall east west germany the berlin wall fell 25 years ago but berlin wall east west germany national. History Teachers, History Class, Teaching History, Political Geography, Economic Geography, Germany Vs, East Germany, Berlin Wall Fall, Social Studies Classroom

The Berlin Wall fell 25 years ago, but Germany is still divided

Stunning satellite images and maps show how east and west differ from each other even today.

Time-lapse video shows 1000 years of shifting borders in Europe European History, World History, Family History, American History, World Geography, Human Geography, 1000 Years, Backpacking Europe, Learning Tools

European time lapse map w years & events

Sample from the "Centennia Historical Atlas". Uploaded by the creator and copyright holder.

Michigan GOP bragged about gerrymandering in emails. Gerrymandering How drawing jagged lines can disenfranchise voters and skew election. Political Geography, Ap Human Geography, Political Science, History Class, Teaching History, Troll, Teaching Government, State Court, Studyblr

Gerrymandering: How drawing jagged lines can impact an election - Christina Greer

View full lesson: http://ed.ted.com/lessons/gerrymandering-how-drawing-jagged-lines-can-impact-an-election-christina-greer District lines, and the groups of ...

The Political Geography of Hong Kong - start with this to map political protests and then have students choose other events to map. Political Geography, Photo Link, Social Change, Lunges, Social Studies, Hong Kong, The Neighbourhood, Politics, City

CityLab - Bloomberg

Bloomberg CityLab reports on the world’s cities, communities, and neighborhoods: How they work, the challenges they face, and the solutions they need.

The call for Catalan independence was long led by those who suffered under Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Younger Catalans are now championing the cause. Political Geography, Political Status, Catalan Independence, Constitution, Rally, Presidents, Past, Champion, Spanish

New Generation Of Catalonian Separatists Looks To Future, Not Past

The call for Catalan independence was long led by those who suffered under Spanish dictator Francisco Franco. Younger Catalans are now championing the cause.

NATO says Russian jets, bombers circle Europe in unusual incidents - The Washington Post Russian Bombers, Political Geography, Russian Jet, Second Day, North Sea, Baltic Sea, Jets, Finland

NATO intercepted several Russian aircraft around Europe in the last two days

The unusual incidents over the last two days included finding Russian bombers as far afield as Portugal.

Hong Kong protest draws biggest crowds yet on holiday celebrating Communist Party Political Geography, Big Crowd, Our World, Hong Kong, Politics, Celebrities, Holiday, Party, China

Hong Kong protest draws biggest crowds yet on holiday celebrating Communist Party

On a day meant to celebrate the birth of China’s communist republic, residents swarmed the streets.

Maritime Boundary Disputes: East Asia Political Geography, Social Networks, Multimedia, Asia, Politics, Social Media

Multimedia

About Multimedia -- This blog provides an archive of The Economist's audio podcasts, video stories, slideshows and videographics up to June 2011. Multimedia items...

Exclusive world news without limits of language or geography, delivering the best international journalism in English for the first time. Political Geography, Brics, Journalism, Economics, Leadership, Politics, Wall, Journaling, Finance

opinion / analysis | Worldcrunch - Real news. True sources. Seriously international.

Exclusive world news without limits of language or geography, delivering the best international journalism in English for the first time.

Catalans vote for independence from Spain despite Madrid's rejection Political Geography, Political Status, Catalan Independence, World History, Spanish, It Cast, Symbols, Scotland, September

Catalans cast symbolic votes on independence

Euphoria reigned in many parts of Catalonia on Monday, a day after 1.6 million people there cast symbolic votes to secede from Spain.