When Berlin was a centre of worldwide anti-colonial struggles
With the 12th Berlin Biennale is focusing on decolonial engagement, we remember Berlin's history of anti-colonial struggle.
Bad Gays: Ben Miller on queer history’s greatest antagonists
We spoke with Ben Miller, co-author of Bad Gays, a new book on the dark side of […]
1945 in photos: Berlin rebuilds from the rubble of WWII
At the end of WWII, Berlin lay in ruins. We compare the city's landmarks as they were […]
May Day in Berlin: Six highlights from 133 years of workers’ history
Author and local historian Nathaniel Flakin chronicles Berlin's unique history of protest on May 1
Our Courage – Jews in Europe 1945-48: Gateway to a new life
Between 1945-48, many Jewish survivors remained in Displaced Persons camps across Europe.
Kirsty Bell on the murky Undercurrents of Berlin history
Art critic and author Kirsty Bell on Berlin’s waterways and understanding the city from below.
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