7 min

The Strangling of Berlin Unknown History with Giles Milton

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The Soviets' siege of Berlin did not begin with a bang, but rather a series of smaller infractions, starting with stopping trains to check passengers' papers to cutting off routes for trucks that delivered milk.  Giles Milton dives into another moment of Unknown History.
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The Soviets' siege of Berlin did not begin with a bang, but rather a series of smaller infractions, starting with stopping trains to check passengers' papers to cutting off routes for trucks that delivered milk.  Giles Milton dives into another moment of Unknown History.
Read the transcript.
Check out all the Quick and Dirty Tips shows.
Subscribe to the Unknown History podcast. 
Join the conversation on Facebook and Twitter.
Links:
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https://www.facebook.com/quickdirtytips
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