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Save Teufelsberg!

Show your support for the campaign to designate the former U.S. Field Station atop Teufelsberg in Berlin, Germany, as the "Major Arthur D. Nicholson" Cold War Memorial, in memory of the last Cold War casualty, the U.S. Military Liaison Mission tour officer who was shot and killed by a Russian sentry near Ludwigslust on March 24, 1985; and in recognition of the countless men and women of the Allied Armed Forces who resolutely stood shoulder-to-shoulder with the West Berliners during the Cold War, ensuring that the island of freedom known as "West Berlin" remained free. Because the facility stands on one of the highest points in Berlin, it can be seen for miles in every direction. Brightly lit at night, it would be a constant visible reminder of Allied resolve to defend Berlin during the Cold War, and of Allied friendship with the newly reunited Germany. The Field Station main building would make an excellent annex for the Allied Museum in Berlin, which is currently located in the old U.S. military movie theater called "The Outpost," located near the former U.S. Headquarters on Clayallee.

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