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Sergei Loznitsa: “Greetings from the middle ages”

We spoke with Ukrainian filmmaker Sergei Loznitsa about the war in Ukraine, propaganda, his relationship with Berlin, […]

Ruins

Battle of Berlin: 12 places you can still see damage from World War II

In 1945, Berlin lay in ruins, and you can still see the scars and bullet holes from […]

Books

My Grandfather’s Knife: Nazi history told through five objects

Berlin-based historian Joseph Pearson has written a book which looks at the history of Nazism and World […]

Short escapes

Natur Park Südgelände: Tempelhof’s railroad forest

Take a timeout this summer at Natur Park Südgelände, a slice of wilderness-turned-installation space where blue-tipped grasshoppers […]

Second World War

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 […]

History

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.

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