Berlin Airflop: Why Germany's Jewel Can't Finish Its Own Airport - World Policy Institute (blog)
Surrounding burghers who remembered the airfield's heroic service during the 11-month Berlin Airlift of 1948-49 called a referendum to preserve it, but it drew only a low turnout. No longer did younger generations share quaint memories of the Soviet ...
Kati Fabian is the Author of "Eagles Over Berlin - Flight For Love and Freedom", a historical novel combining the first and the last event of the Cold War era: the Berlin Airlift and the Fall of the Berlin Wall.
Life took the author from Hungary through France to the USA, allowing her to have an overview of the events shaping the world of today. Growing up in the communist era, she learned to cherish democracy and freedom. In the shadows of communism, the Airlift was only a subject that was whispered. The mystery around the fantastic enterprise made the Airlift and the hidden events of the Cold War even more appealing in her eyes. Passionate and enthusiastic, she turned her attention toward the Cold War era that affected her life. Through this work, she wants to revive and remember this period of history.