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A while ago, my friend Mark Reeder commented on something on FB, one of his friends once wrote a book about the last days of the divided Berlin. The book was written by Dave Rimmer, a British music journalist who worked for Smash Hits, a very influential and successful pop music magazine in the UK in the early 80s. Sunday afternoon television was always showing patriotic war films full of Nazis. A really crazy story that resulted in a little rule: allied citizens, as long as they were not registered as residents of Berlin, could pass the border unmolested when provided with a military escort.
And Mark and Trevor knew some military escort in the form of a few G. So they drove like VIPs with US allied forces cars straight through Checkpoint Charlie, unchecked and without paying the usual fee everyone else had to pay. The iron curtain became their looking glass and they were breaking through. The book is full of fantastic stories of what they experienced on these trips. A gang of crazy Brits and their G.
And everything was so unbelievably cheap! At one point they even thought about how they could manage to get a Kalashnikov, the ultimate communism gadget. However, wherever they were, their biggest challenge was to get a vegetarian meal in a restaurant. This was a world where no one had ever heard of vegetarian, let alone knew what that meant. The Face bought the story right away, of course, as Dave Rimmer was a trusted music journalist. The only condition requested by the magazine was a picture of the band that showed they were actually in East Berlin.
So they styled them as a Communist version of the Beastie Boys, with self made Trabant chains - the emblem of the most common car in East Germany - trucker caps, track suits of an East Berlin football team and so on, and took the photos in front of a very large Lenin monument. Unfortunately, the story was canceled before it really had the chance to take off. They were interrogated and released a little later - but from that point on the mood had changed drastically, the Cold War was getting real.
Until that incident, they had basically simply ignored the fact that getting in contact with a citizen from a Western country was not welcome and could actually cause a lot of trouble. The story ends in November , but not in Berlin. On November 9th the Wall came down, aonly our friends missed it.