Strange History of Berlin
Mulackritze
Zille
Lotte von Mahlsdorf
Roaring 20s
Adolf Leib
Population part 1                  people in Berlin 2000000 1500000 1000000  500000       0           1600   1709        1...
Population part 2                    people in Berlin 4000000 3000000 2000000 1000000       0           1900   1917    192...
Greater Berlin Act
Pre-History•   Slaws vs Germans•   Askania
The tale of 2 cities
The Berlin Walls
Hohenzollerns
Bandenburg Gold Coast
Berliner Dom
Nazis
Welthauptstadt Germania
Bunkers
Tiergarten
Alexanderplatz
Tram in West Berlin
Glienicke Brücke
If there is one thing you can      count on in Berlin,
it’s changes
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
The strange history of Berlin
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  • Mulackstraße 15, 1951 wurde die Mulackritze geschlossen und 1963 abgerissen\n
  • His special talent was the scathingly humorous portrayal of what were in reality quite unfunny life conditions of handicapped beggars, tuberculous prostitutes, menial labourers, and especially their children, making the best they could of life and resolutely refusing to give up. The Berlin "Common People" paid him the greatest respect, and very late in life his fame culminated when both poverty and freedom of expression reached new heights i\n
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  • Hurenstube\n
  • Charlotte von Mahlsdorf alias Lothar Berfelde, ddr, museum, killed his father in 1944 Doug Wright I Am My Own Wife 2004, Pulitzer and Tony pre\n\n
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  • aka Muskel Adolf, ringverein Immertreu, worked with Fritz Lang on ‘M’\nAm Abend des 29. Dezembers 1928 begann Muskel-Adolf mit seinen Leuten eine Massenschlägerei\n
  • Marlene Dietrich\n
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  • In ständiger Flucht vor der Polizei! "Koks Emil" der schlimmste Parasit der Grosstadt. Er verkauft in kleinen Kapseln das Kokain. Die Prise kostet M 5,-. Seine Opfer bestehen zum grössten Teil aus der Damenhalbwelt. Der "Spanner", stets im Hintergrund, warnt beim näherkommen Fremder durch einen Pfiff den Kokainverkäufer.\n\nhttp://www.flickr.com/photos/hab3045/4228470389/\n
  • Anita Berber\nAside from her cocaine addiction, she was also an alcoholic, but at the age of 29, the year she died, gave up both suddenly and completely. According to Mel Gordon in The Seven Addictions and Five Professions of Anita Berber,[3] she was diagnosed with severe tuberculosis while performing abroad. She died after collapsing in Damascus on 10 November 1928 in a Kreuzberg hospital and was buried at St. Thomas Cemetery in Neukölln.\n
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Anita_Berber\n
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  • 1 October 1920, 7 towns that surrounded Berlin: Charlottenburg, Köpenick, Lichtenberg, Neukölln,Schöneberg, Spandau and Wilmersdorf; and the grounds of the Berliner Stadtschloss which curiously, until this point, formed an estate district in its own right.The act increased the area of Berlin 13-fold\n
  • Im 4. und 5. Jahrhundert n. Chr. verließen große Teile der germanischen Stämme das Gebiet um Havel und Spree und wandern Richtung Oberrhein nach Schwaben. Im Berliner Raum nahm daher die Besiedlungsdichte ab, er blieb aber von germanischen Restgruppen besiedelt. Ab dem 6. Jahrhundert strömtenSlawenstämme in die Lausitzer Gegend und um das Jahr 720 auch in den Berliner Raum. Sie übernahmen alte germanische Standorte und ließen sich ferner in bisher unbesiedelten Landstrichen nieder. Die slawische Zeit ging 1157 mit der Gründung der Mark Brandenburg durch Albrecht den Bären zu Ende\nKöpenick and Spandau old slawonian, later 1197 Spandau, 1209 Köpenick, 1237 Cölln und schließlich 1244 Berlim\n
  • Polycentric, Cöln and Berlin\n
  • 1734 bis 1737, Sie bezog die bereits 1705 errichtete so genannte Linie, eine Umwehrung aus Palisaden nördlich der Stadt, deren Verlauf noch heute an der Linienstraße\ndas Berliner Stadtgebiet umfasste 1840 mehr als das Doppelte des von der Mauer umgebenen Gebietes. demolished in 1860\n
  • The territory is known as a Mark ormarch because it was a border county of the Holy Roman Empire (see also Margraviate of Meissen).\nPrussia lay outside the Holy Roman Empire and the electors of Brandenburg held it as a fief of the Polish-Lithuanian Commonwealth, to which the electors paid homage.\nAls Jobst aber im Januar 1411 unter ungeklärten Umständen starb, konnte Sigismund Brandenburg und seine Kurstimme zurückverlangen und seine Wahl als deutscher König sichern. Zum Dank für Friedrichs Dienste machte ihn König Sigismund zum Obersten Hauptmann und 1411 zum Verwalter der Marken\n
  • Since May 1682 a chartered company from the margravial electorate of Kur-Brandenburg, the core of the laterPrussian kingdom, the Brandenburg African Company (Kurfurstliche Afrikanisch-Brandenburgische Compagnie), founded 1682, established a small West African colony consisting of two Gold Coast settlements on the Gulf of Guinea, around Cape Three Points in present Ghana:\n
  • In celebration of the Union Karl Friedrich Schinkel remodelled the interior in 1817,\nsecond: and was considered a Protestant counterweight to St. Peter's Basilica in Vatican City. On February 27, 1905 the present building was inaugurated.[\nthe new master plan started in 1868, 103 streets broken through, 13 new bridges. wilder planning after ww2, also because of holocaust.\n
  • Wilhelmstr, mohrenstrasse u bahn, porfirit, screenshot wulfenstein/doom, 1926 „Der Machtstaat beginnt auf der Straße. Wer die Straße erobern kann, kann auch einmal den Staat erobern.“\n
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  • Some projects, such as the creation of a great East-West city axis, which included broadening Charlottenburger Chaussee (today Straße des 17. Juni) and placing the Berlin victory column in the center, far away from theReichstag At the time of the initial invasion of the Soviet Union (Operation Barbarossa) in June 1941, Hitler expected to win victory in World War II by 1945, and he then planned, after completing the construction of the Welthauptstadt Germania plan, to hold a great World's Fair in Berlin in 1950 and then retire to his hometown of Linz.\n
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  • After the RAF's raid on Berlin in 1940, Adolf Hitler ordered the construction of 3 massive flak towers to defend the capital from air attack. 3.5 metres thick, with up to 30,000 people\n
  • picture in 1945\n
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  • 1969 Zur Einweihung wurden die Architekten – entgegen üblicher Gepflogenheiten – nicht eingeladen. Der Grund hierfür soll gewesen sein, dass sich Ulbricht über die kreuzförmige Reflexion auf der Kugel („Rache des Papstes“) geärgert habe.[5]\n
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  • new lines from alexanderplatz to steglitz, moabit and hermannplatz\n
  • The first prisoner exchange between the superpowers took place on February 10, 1962. The U.S. released noted Soviet spy Colonel Rudolf Abel in exchange for U.S. pilot Francis Gary Powers captured by the USSR following the U-2 Crisis of 1960.\nThe next swap took place on April 1964, when Konon Molody was exchanged for Greville Wynne.[3]\nOn June 12, 1985, there was a hurriedly arranged swap of 23 American agents held in Eastern Europe for Polish agent Marian Zacharski and another three Soviet agents arrested in the West.\nThe final exchange was also the most public. On February 11, 1986 the human rights campaigner and political prisoner Anatoly Sharansky and three Western agents were exchanged for Karl Koecher and four other Eastern agents.\n\n
  • http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Konrad_Zuse\n
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  • 1996\n
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  • http://www.tagesspiegel.de/mediacenter/fotostrecken/berlin/mitte-im-wandel/1573008.html\n
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  • The strange history of Berlin

    1. 1. Strange History of Berlin
    2. 2. Mulackritze
    3. 3. Zille
    4. 4. Lotte von Mahlsdorf
    5. 5. Roaring 20s
    6. 6. Adolf Leib
    7. 7. Population part 1 people in Berlin 2000000 1500000 1000000 500000 0 1600 1709 1800 1900
    8. 8. Population part 2 people in Berlin 4000000 3000000 2000000 1000000 0 1900 1917 1925 1945 2010
    9. 9. Greater Berlin Act
    10. 10. Pre-History• Slaws vs Germans• Askania
    11. 11. The tale of 2 cities
    12. 12. The Berlin Walls
    13. 13. Hohenzollerns
    14. 14. Bandenburg Gold Coast
    15. 15. Berliner Dom
    16. 16. Nazis
    17. 17. Welthauptstadt Germania
    18. 18. Bunkers
    19. 19. Tiergarten
    20. 20. Alexanderplatz
    21. 21. Tram in West Berlin
    22. 22. Glienicke Brücke
    23. 23. If there is one thing you can count on in Berlin,
    24. 24. it’s changes

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