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Degenerate celebrated: London 1938

With London 1938 the Liebermann-Villa is marking the 80th anniversary of the London response to Nazi Germany’s […]


EXBlicks: Island of experiments

INTERVIEW! Berlin's Schulfarm Insel Scharfenberg was the most radical of all pedagogical experiments started during the Weimar […]


The Jewish Nazi-aid: Blonde Poison

British director Robert Chevara on Blonde Poison, a play based on the amazing true story of Stella […]


Brutally necessary: Art from the Holocaust

In a shudderingly explicit new exhibition, Berlin hosts 100 works created in the ghettos and camps of […]


Lilli Henoch: Remembering a world-class athlete

In the 1920s, Lilli Henoch was Germany’s greatest multi-sport athlete. Martin-Heinz Ehlert has dedicated the past 25 […]


These Jewish streets

Take a stroll around the Bayerisches Viertel in Schöneberg. Among its well-manicured facades, the street signs tell […]


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