East German border guards try to prevent a crowd climbing onto the Berlin Wall on the morning that the first section was pulled down.
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The first section of the Berlin Wall is torn down by crowds on the morning of November 10th 1989.
November 10, 1989 License
West German police guard the first section of the Berlin Wall to fall, torn down by jubilant crowds near the Brandenburg Gate. In the background East German soldiers stand in the hole that was left when the concrete slab fell forward.
A young man peers into East Berlin though a hole in the Berlin Wall at the effective end of the city's partition, 31st December 1989.
December 31, 1989 License
A man celebrates on the Berlin wall on November 12, 1989 in Berlin, Germany.
November 12, 1989 License
A bystander holds a souvenir chunk of masonry from the Berlin Wall, during the Fall of the Berlin Wall, 10th November 1989.
Crowd Behind Border Guards
January 01, 1989 License
The Berlin Wall opening in Berlin, Germany on November, 1989.
November 11, 1989 License
Graffiti along the Berlin Wall.
January 01, 1900 License
A little girl chisels away at the Berlin Wall from the east side on New Year's Eve, 31st December 1989.
Crowds bear witness to the Fall of the Berlin Wall, 10th November 1989.
Two women cry tears of joy as they step foot in West Berlin for the first time. (Photo by Carol Guzy/The Washington Post via Getty Images
November 30, 1989 License
Soldiers guard the Berlin Wall on tha day following its fall, with the Brandenburg Gate in the background, 10th November 1989.
The destruction of the Berlin Wall, Germany on November 11, 1989.
An East German border guard offers a flower through a gap in the Berlin Wall on the morning of November 10th 1989, when it fell.
Crowds at the Brandenburg Gate bear witness to the Fall of the Berlin Wall, 10th November 1989.