Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933

This exhibition at the German Historical Museum charts the social and democratic decline of Berlin under the Nazi regime between 1933 and 1945.

The exhibition is part of Berlin's 2013 "Theme Year" which seeks to preserve the memory and commemorate Berlin's writers, artists, scientists, academics, business owners, workers and immigrants who contributed to the city's diversity.

Focussing in particular on the takeover of power in 1933 and the November pogrom of 1938, the exhibition features more than 40 projects and initiatives that recall the deterioration of Berlin's cultural and social life under the Nazi regime.

Aside from the persecution of Jews, the Nazi's stamped out basic rights and banned trade unions, political parties and social organisations.


General Info

Address Deutsches Historisches Museum, Unter den Linden 2, tel. +4930203040.
Website www.berlin.de

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Diversity Destroyed: Berlin 1933

Deutsches Historisches Museum, Unter den Linden 2, tel. +4930203040.

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