East Berlin (German: Ost-Berlin; pronounced [ˈɔstbɛʁˌliːn] ⓘ) was the partially recognised capital city of East Germany (GDR) from 1948 to 1990, although it was recognised by the Three Powers (United States, United Kingdom, and France) as the Soviet occupation sector of Berlin, established in 1945.
East Berlin. East Berlin steht für: Orte in den Vereinigten Staaten: East Berlin (Hartford County, Connecticut) East Berlin (Middlesex County, Connecticut) East Berlin (Massachusetts) East Berlin (New Jersey) East Berlin (Pennsylvania) Orte in Kanada:
Ost-Berlin, auch Ostberlin oder Berlin (Ost), ist eine Bezeichnung für den Teil Groß-Berlins, der nach der Besetzung der Stadt im Jahr 1945 durch die Siegermächte des Zweiten Weltkriegs den sowjetischen Sektor der Stadt bildete und von 1949 bis 1990 die „Hauptstadt der DDR “ war.
- 1.279.212 (1989)
- Das Wappen Groß-Berlins seit 1935 war auch Wappen Ost-Berlins.
- 403 km²
East Berlin was the name of the eastern part of Berlin between 1949 and 1990. It was known as just simply Berlin in East Germany, the country it served as the capital of. It was the Soviet sector of Berlin that was established in 1945.
- Cold War
- Succeeded by
The five original East German states that had been abolished in the 1952 redistricting were restored.  On 3 October 1990, the five states officially joined the Federal Republic of Germany, while East and West Berlin united as a third city-state (in the same manner as Bremen and Hamburg ).
East Berlin was the name of the eastern part of Berlin between 1949 and 1990. It was known as just simply Berlin in East Germany, the country it served as the capital of. It was the Soviet sector of Berlin that was established in 1945. The American, British and French sectors became West Berlin, a de facto part of West Germany.