B. literally divided the East and the West.
The Berlin Wall literally divided the East and the West of Germany, while the West side of Germany adopted Capitalism, the East side was ruled by Socialism. The Berlin Wall was heavily secured so people could not move from one side to the other and during the Cold War, it also was a sign of the silent conflict between the United States (West Side) and the Soviet Union (East Side).
The correct answer is B) literally divided the East and the West.
The Berlin Wall became a symbol of the Cold War in that it literally divided the East and the West.
After World War II, the Soviet Union and the United States lived a period of permanent conflict and tensions called the Cold War. Both countries were competing in the arms race to have the most powerful nuclear weapons and the Soviet Union wanted to spread Communism all over the world. The US wanted to stop the spread of Communis. The Berlin Wall literally divided the East and the West in that Russia already controlled and influenced countries such as East Germany, Romania, Poland, Bulgary, and Hungary.
the right answer is LITERALLY DIVIDED THE EAST AND WEST ,which is letter B
The right choice is:
The separation between East and West.
The Berlin Wall was built in 1961. The German Communist authorities decided to erect the barrier to stop the exodus of East Berliners (the communist half of the city) to the Western part of the city. It was under surveillance by guards all along. It did not only become a symbol of the division of the city and of Germany, it also turned into a symbol of the division of Europe into a free a and democratic West and a Communist Eastern Bloc. Parts of the wall were toppled in the night of November 9, 1989, and those images also became a historic symbol of the fall of comunism.
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