John F. Kennedy in Berlin: Revisiting a momentous trip!

The President's 105th birthday is a wonderful occasion to remember his epoch-making visit to Berlin. For almost 45 years the German Metropolis, divided by a 98-mile- long concrete wall, was synonymous with the Cold War in Europe. Join German historian Anette Isaacs for a fascinating look back to this special Wednesday in June of 1963 that was so tremendous that it inspired the President to turn to his aide Ted Sorensen and say: “We’ll never have another day like this one, as long as we live.”

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