Fall of Berlin Wall remembered at Imjin Barracks, near Gloucester
Soldiers at an army barracks in Britain that boasts its own section of the Berlin Wall are marking 30 years since the structure began to come down.
The 3m (9ft) piece was gifted to the Allied Rapid Reaction Corps (ARRC) by the German government in recognition of Western support during the Cold War.
It was kept at the ARRC's base in Germany but in 2010 the ARRC relocated to Imjin Barracks near Gloucester.
Maj Laurence Roach said: "We're all very proud to have it here."
Maj Roach added: "It's really a quirk of history that it should be here.
"Our base used to be in Germany... read more
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