Resolution des US-Congress zur 750-Jahr-Feier Berlins
expressing the sense of the Congress congratulating the People
of Berlin on the occasion of the city's seven hundred and
fiftieth anniversary in the year 1987, commending the People
of Berlin for their centuries of great tradition and
continuing courage in the face of historical adversity, and
recognizing the deep and lasting relations they have with
the People of the Unites States of America.
Whereas 1987 marks the seven hundred and fiftieth anniversary
of the great city of Berlin;
whereas Berlin is renowned for its traditions of openness and
diversity; whereas Berliners have bravely constructed a
flourishing democracy in the midst of communist tyranny;
whereas the bonds linking Berliners and Americans are profound
whereas Berlin looks confidently to a future of freedom and
accomplishment in close partnership with the United States; and
whereas the words "Ich bin ein Berliner" ring eternal in the
hearts of both Americans and Berliners; now , therefore, be it resolved by the House of Representative (the Senate
concurring), that the Congress -
(1) expressly congratulates Berlin on the occasion of the
city's seven hundred and fiftieth anniversary in the year 1987;
(2) commends the People of Berlin for their centuries of
great tradition and continuing courage in the face of
historical adversity; and
(3) recognizes the deep and lasting relations Berliners
have with the People of the United States of America.
Presented by the Speaker of the House, the Honorable James C. Wright, Jr.,
on April 20, 1987, to commemorate the seven hundred and fiftieth
anniversary of Berlin and the reopening of the Kongresshalle.
Die Bronzetafel zur Feier des 750-jährigen Jubiläums Berlins befindet sich im Eingangsbereich des Hauses der Kulturen der Welt gleich rechts an der Wand.