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BERLIN AIRLIFT 1

In June 1948, as the Russians cut off access to Berlin from the west, the United States and Britain set up "Operation Vittles" - the airlift of food and other essentials into the city. Here, children watch a plane come in to Tempelhof Airport during what became known as the Berlin Airlift. (Henry Ries/The New York Times)

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