How a Cold War Airlift Saved Berlin With Food, Medicine and Chocolate | Retro Report

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A Soviet blockade around Berlin cut the city off from the West. But in 1948 U.S. and British pilots began to fly supplies to the Allied sectors. Lesson plan for educators: https://www.retroreport.org/education/video/the-cold-war-from-the-truman-doctrine-to-the-berlin-airlift/

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