World Freedom Day 2022: History, Significance 

World Freedom Day 2022: History, Significance (News Central TV)

The annual World Freedom Day is celebrated on November 9. The Berlin Wall’s fall and the end of communist authority in Central and Eastern Europe are also celebrated on this day.

Additionally, it is a federal holiday in the United States that was initially proclaimed in 2001 by President George W. Bush. Conservative youth organisations and activists mark it mostly because they see it as a celebration of the defeat of communism.

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The East German government stated that East Germans might travel to West Berlin and West Germany on this date in 1989. Thus, the wall’s collapse started. People began tearing down the wall and taking pieces as trinkets.

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It is important to note that the Berlin Wall was a wall that was constructed in Berlin during the Cold War in 1961. The city was split in half by it.

World Freedom Day can be observed in different ways. These include the following; Particle in seminars, rallies, and other events related to World Freedom Day in your locality. Spread the word about World Freedom Day and its purpose through social media and other channels.

From 1961 to 1989, an estimated 5,000 people escaped over the Berlin Wall. More than 100 people were killed in the process. In 1989, travel restrictions became lenient in East Germany, leading to thousands of people impatiently climbing the wall and hitting the wall with chisels and hammers.

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