NBC Evening News for Sunday, Nov 07, 1999
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(Studio: John Seigenthaler) Report introduced.
(Berlin: Jim Maceda) Germany ten years after reunification featured; scenes shown from the new Berlin with a transformed Reichstag. [Historian Manfred GORTEMAKER - says the fall of the Berlin Wall was a symbol for a European revolution.] [German Bernd MUNCH - (thru translator) says his expectations for Germany has been fulfilled.] The view of many easterners that life was better in the Communist days noted. [East German Jens KOMPISH - (thru translator) says the East German workers are getting a raw deal.]
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