The Freedom of Movement Regained
The collapse of the Berlin Wall in November 1991 brought with it not only the freedom of Eastern Germany but also the start to the reformation and freedom of East Central Europe which had begun two years earlier in 1989. At the end of the Second World War from 1948-1949, the United States had to airlift food and supplies into Berlin in order to combat the strict enforcement of communist law being forced on East Germany. The fall of the Wall resulted in a demand for the political reformation in many of the leading countries previously ruled under communism.When the Soviet Union was overtaken in central Europe the freedom of religion and movement was regained and reestablished in many countries who had previously lost this right. The freedom of movement has been recognized as a fundamental constitutional right.Freedom of movement under United States law The freedom of movement is frequently overlooked, but for those who were under the rule of a communist dictatorship, this freedom which was regained was one of the greatest freedoms. To focus only on East Germany, it is clear that the freedom of movement (or travel) had been completely removed from the rights of the people while under the reign of the Soviet Union. On June 22, 1941, the Soviet Union took over East Germany and with that, they took away both the freedom of religion and the freedom of movement, along with many other freedoms and rights which were removed. This is the freedom which was regained after the revolution of 1989.
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