Berlin’s ‘Diversity Destroyed’

This item appears on page 25 of the March 2013 issue.
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The 80th anniversary of Hitler’s rise to power is being commemorated in Berlin in 2013 with events and exhibits, including pillars in public spaces adorned with biographies and photographs of people who left their mark on pre-1930s Berlin. For details, visit www.berlin.de/2013 or contact the Berlin tourism office (phone +49 30 25 00 23 33).

The related exhibit “Diversity Destroyed,” showing Berlin’s transition from a diverse center of the arts in the 1930s to a repressive Nazi state, is running until Nov. 10 at the German Historical Museum (Hinter dem Gießhaus 3, Berlin; phone +49 0 30 20304 0). It’s open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. €5 adult.

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The 80th anniversary of Hitler’s rise to power is being commemorated in Berlin in 2013 with events and exhibits, including pillars in public spaces adorned with biographies and photographs of people who left their mark on pre-1930s Berlin. For details, visit www.berlin.de/2013 or contact the Berlin tourism office (phone +49 30 25 00 23 33).

The related exhibit “Diversity Destroyed,” showing Berlin’s transition from a diverse center of the arts in the 1930s to a repressive Nazi state, is running until Nov. 10 at the German Historical Museum (Hinter dem Gießhaus 3, Berlin; phone +49 0 30 20304 0). It’s open 10 a.m.-6 p.m. daily. €5 adult.