Berlin
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"Neue Sachlichkeit" is defined as a “movement in the fine arts, music, and literature, which developed in Germany during the 1920s and was characterized by realism and a deliberate rejection of romantic attitudes” (Neue Sachlichkeit). Walter Gropious was noted as an… His joining Harvard school of architecture provided the impetus for influencing the…
Berlin Airlift
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This paper provides an overview of the Berlin blockade by the Soviet Union which led to the launch of the historic airlift operation. It discusses the political background of the major crisis during the Cold War which adversely affected the Soviet-Western Powers relation.… This study outlines that the divergence of views on the status of Berlin…
Berlin Wall
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This paper “The Berlin Wall” shall discuss the history of the Berlin Wall, including the fall of the Wall, and its subsequent implications. This wall was built after the Second World War and included guard towers along the walls which defined an area for anti-vehicle trenches. … After the Second World War, Joseph Stalin of the Soviet…
The Battle For Berlin
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The Battle of Berlin Before going into the discussion regarding overall importance of the Battle of Berlin on World War II (WWII) and the contributing factors of the battle, let us get a better understanding of what Battle of Berlin actually was. The battle of Berlin was the final battle between the Soviet Union and Germany, which put an end to the World War II in Europe.…
Art galleries in berlin
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Currently, there are at least 54 important art galleries in Berlin but the online website MuseumPortal Berlin lists up to 194 existing museums and art galleries that offers ancient works of arts and artifacts to pieces for children, non-European culture, technology,… The situation is almost the same as in New York, a cultural center wherein a recent Van Gogh…
Jewish Museum Berlin
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The Jewish Museum Berlin was designed by Daniel Libeskind and is known to exhibit social, cultural, and political history of the Jews living in Germany. It was opened to the public in the year 2001 which had explicit demonstration of not only the effects of the Holocaust but a… Under it, one would see an independent infrastructure on the outside though both…
Street art in Berlin
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The researcher of this essay aims to discover "Street art in Berlin". The nature of street arts in Berlin has changed over time based on the development of the country’s politics and economy among other features as the discussion below portrays. … At the time, graffiti artists among other citizens took to the wall on both sides using the wall to criticize the…
The Berlin Blockade
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AN ANALYSIS OF THE BERLIN BLOCKADE CONTENTS 1. INTRODUCTION 2. AFTER WORLD WAR II 3. EVENTS LEADING UP TO THE BLOCKADE 4. THE BERLIN BLOCKADE 5. AFTERMATH AND CONSEQUENCES 6. CONCLUSION REFERENCE LIST 1. INTRODUCTION The Berlin Blockade was a crisis that took place in Berlin between June of 1948 and May of 1949.… This assignment will focus on the state of…
Berlin blockade/ cold war
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The Berlin blockade occurred when the Russians blocked the western allies (France, Britain and the United States of America) from accessing their sectors of Berlin which lay in the soviet occupied East Germany. This was preceded by a partial blockade in April 1948 before the… The Berlin blockade was motivated by a series of events; In February 1945 the heads…
Berlin Airlift 1948-49
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This paper provides an overview of the Berlin blockade by the Soviet Union which led to the launch of the historic airlift operation. Moreover, it discusses the political… The provisions of the said agreement stipulated the division of Germany into four zones, allotted for each country, in accordance with the principles agreed upon in the Yalta Conference in…
The Jewish Museum - Berlin
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The main purpose of this dissertation is to explore the Jewish Museum in Berlin in light of the culture of Germany and how the Museum deals with the historical significance of the collections and displays. The irony that exists is that Berlin was the capital of Germany during… The Holocaust and the genocide of the Jews in the past are sensitive topics, and…
Berlin Art and Culture
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The essay "Berlin Art and Culture" discovers the period that known as “Rococo" in Berlin. Music, especially classical music, was also given rise in this period. Religion had determined many aspects of the art of this era and many scientific discoveries had their influence.… Baroque style and art forms can be understood by going through its historical context.…
A Woman In Berlin
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The Course Number 13 June 2012 “A Woman in Berlin” a. In “A Woman in Berlin”, one may see the growing independence of German women as well as their assuming the leading role in the German society during and after the war.… The author of the diaries in the autobiographical novel describes how on April 24, 1945, which was the day the Russian troops entered…
A Woman In Berlin
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In “A Woman in Berlin”, one may see the growing independence of German women as well as their assuming the leading role in the German society during and after the war. While for centuries German woman had been confined to domestic chores following three major Ks in their… Despite the fact their help offer is rejected, and they are ordered to immediately leave,…
A Woman in Berlin
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Subject: History and Political Science Topic: A Woman in Berlin 1. (A) In desperate situations an individual’s power of reason turns desperate and one becomes willing to avail any options, which in the ordinary course, one would not have accepted. With the loot and plunder of the Russian soldiers in full swing, the author yet did not give up her efforts to record the day to day post-war developments in the diary.…
History of Berlin From a Science, Arts, and Culture Perspective Berlin and Berlin Wall
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History of Berlin from a Science, Arts, and Culture Perspective Berlin and Berlin Wall Berlin is the official capital city of Germany and one of the youngest cities in Europe (The Governing Mayor of Berlin Web). The city has exciting and wide history that relates to its residents and their culture, their science, and art.… For example, the Max Planck Institute…
The Cold War in Berlin
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This paper “The Cold War in Berlin” will talk about the history of the Berlin wall, one of the factors that led to the fall of not only the wall built by the Soviet Union. It will also explore the whole iron curtain issue that plagued Europe for years.… He stated that if one was claiming that communism was good, he should come to West Berlin…
History of berlin and reflection
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Berlin, as the capital city of the great nation of Germany, is a unique arena not only influential in terms of its geo-political importance, but also in terms of its economic/industrial, social and cultural influences. Aside from the governance aspect of the city, it is also… to be followed subsequently by its role between the years 1871-1918 A.D., in the…
The fall of Berlin Wall
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The aftermath of World War II was the partitioning of Europe among the four superpowers: United States, Britain, France, and U.S.S.R. Eastern Europe was virtually occupied by USSR while Western Europe was occupied by other nations.… After German invasion of the Soviet Union and the end of Nazi war, the four nations decided to divide Berlin the capital of…
The New Synagogue, Berlin, Germany
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Among the Jewish community in Berlin, this church is the main synagogue. The style is of Eastern Moorish resemblance and origin. It resembles the… The building has defied time, having been constructed in early 20th century, following its demolition in the Second World War. Otto Von Bismark, the Prime Minister of Prussia by then, opened the building in 1866. It…
Review of touristic sites in berlin
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The Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial was reportedly used by the East Germanys Stasi secret police to detain suspects who allegedly were awaiting their trial or sentences (Berlin-Hohenschönhausen Memorial (Gedenkstätte Berlin-Hohenschönhausen); Berlin Guide). The structure… The site was allegedly also used to detain political prisoners who were trying to flee…
The Fall of the Berlin wall
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The fall of the Berlin Wall has often been regarded as a landmark in world history that brought out significant changes not only in Germany but also in whole Europe after the Second World War. Historical evidences clearly state that Berlin Wall parted Germany into two poles… There had been various attempts to explore the historical incidents that showed the…
Iron Curtain, Marshall Plan and Berlin
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There were a series of events post world war that had a huge impact on the world, amongst them the most famous ones include the US reconstruction… and military barrier to communication; it was established between the democratic countries like Western Europe and communist countries like Soviet Union. There was also an agreement signed for free access to Berlin…
The Berlin Conference of 1884 and Africa
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Abstract The Berlin conference in 1884-85 was entirely committed to the partitioning of African continent among the European powers. Historians aptly refer the conference as “the scramble for Africa” because it entailed the geographical division of the “dark continent” that had suddenly generated interest in the rapidly industrializing Europe (Pakenham, 1992 p 52).…
The Anthropology Days and Berlin Olympic Games
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This essay is a comparing of two historical events like The Anthropology Days in 1904 and the Berlin Olympic Games in 1936 were both international and interracial competitions, but they were not held in order for to show equality and achievement.… he comparison of the two events that took place show how each competition was aimed towards showing the…
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