Description: Most of the alignment of the Death Strip along the inner German border still can be seen today. It was an extensive system of fortifications that ran the entire 1381 km (858 miles) length of the border between East Germany (the German Democratic Republic, GDR) and West Germany (the Federal Republic of Germany, FRG). During the Cold War (1952-1990) the border system was used by the East German government to prevent its citizens from defecting to the West.
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