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    The Berlin Wall Revisited

    Do you recognize any of the people in the above photographs? For the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall, which began on November 9, 1989, Reportage photographer Tom Stoddart is trying to track down some of the people he originally photographed at the time so he can photograph and interview them now, a quarter-century on.

    Photos by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images

    Help us find the people in these photos from the fall of the Berlin Wall. Please contact the project on Twitter at @fallofwall1989 if you can identify anyone.

    Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images Photo by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images

    The Berlin Wall Revisited

    Do you recognize any of the people in the above photographs? For the anniversary of the fall of the Berlin wall, which began on November 9, 1989, Reportage photographer Tom Stoddart is trying to track down some of the people he originally photographed at the time so he can photograph and interview them now, a quarter-century on.

    Tom is sharing images of specific interest on a Twitter account he created for the project: @fallofwall1989. You can also pore over Tom’s Berlin Wall archive, which is viewable on the Getty Images Web site. If you do recognize any of the people in the photographs, please direct message the above Twitter account.

    We appreciate your help in broadcasting Tom’s search and his effort to shed new light on this historical moment and its participants.

    Photos by Tom Stoddart/Getty Images

    Youth is a stage of life for personal development and social placement, which is enabled through social measures and necessary through social structural problems - Harry Friebel

    Photographer Fabian Weiss’s new book, Wolfskinder, explores the adolescent welfare system in Germany.

    The most important question for me was: What makes these kids get into the care of the youth welfare service? Which factors lead, in the eyes of an bureaucrat, to an unstable path? Are there any repetitive causes? 

    The title, Wolfskinder (wolf children)…alludes to the common practice of sending troubled teenagers to remote areas in the countryside to get them away from their mostly urban backgrounds.

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