Mödlareuth (2): where the real border divided the two Germany

Mödlareuth (2): where the real border divided the two Germany

A Mödlareuth, la frontière entre la RFA et la RDA était marquée par un cours d’eau, large d’à peine un mètre. Le poteau blanc et bleu avec le panneau Landesgrenze indique la limite du territoire ouest-allemand tandis qu’en arrière-plan, la borne noire, rouge et jaune marque l’entrée en RDA. Ainsi, le mur était intégralement sur le territoire est-allemand et des garde-frontières effectuaient de fréquentes rondes jusqu’à leur borne, ce qui pouvait engendrer une confrontation rapprochée avec les garde-frontières bavarois.

Voir également le post précédent: https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/modlareuth-the-divided-village-between-the-two-germany/

In Mödlareuth, the former border between West Germany and East Germany was marked by a river, wide barely a meter. White and blue post with Landesgrenze panel indicates the limit of the West German territory while in the background, the boundary mark, black, red and yellow shows the entry into the GDR. Thus, the wall was entirely on the East German territory and border guards were conducting frequent rounds in front of the wall or the fence, which could cause a confrontation with the Bavarian border guards.

About the same topic, see:

https://beyondborderlines.wordpress.com/2014/06/09/modlareuth-the-divided-village-between-the-two-germany/

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