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The colourful history of the Olympic opening ceremony

The Conversation 24 Jul 2024
A troubling reality for idealistic myths about Olympic history is that the first opening ceremony on a scale like today’s was the 1936 Berlin Games – “Hitler’s Olympics... German Federal Archives , CC BY-ND.

The Best Museums and Art Galleries in Berlin

New York Observer 20 Jul 2024
Berlin’s Best Art Galleries and Museums ... The textile archive of the museum is the owner of the Marlene Dietrich Collection Berlin (MDCB), with some 3.200 items—many of which are on display as part of the permanent exhibition.

SOPI Berlin Archive 2007

Bitchute 12 Jul 2024
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Heavy rains cause flooding across Germany

Anadolu Agency 11 Jul 2024
In the capital Berlin, the basement of the Central and State Library archives was flooded after a rainwater drainage pipe burst under the strain of heavy rainfall ... of books stored in the archive.

Thomas Hoepker, renowned German photographer, dies at 88

AOL 11 Jul 2024
He was known for his pictures of Muhammad Ali, the Berlin Wall, and a controversial image of onlookers in Brooklyn seemingly unbothered by the smoke of the Twin Towers on 9/11 in the distance.

Eddie Redmayne’s Emcee performance has caused uproar – but there is more to this Cabaret ...

The Conversation 03 Jul 2024
German Federal Archives , CC BY-SA. Brecht, a contemporary of Berlin’s cabaret scene, devised epic theatre as a remedy for escapist theatre, which he perceived as socially irresponsible due to the way ...

Germany Returns Watch of Greek Prisoner of War after 80 Years

Greek Reporter 30 Jun 2024
This was done through the Arolsen Archives international center ... The Arolsen Archives ... Another part of the Arolsen Archives work is in the fields of research and education ... Director of the Arolsen Archives, Florian Azoulay, told DW..

Lounge Loves: Wimbledon ASMR, Rainy day ramen bowls and more

Live Mint 28 Jun 2024
The Instagram handle run by Berlin-based content creator Penélope Silva Miranda features a collection of rare archival images and videos of fashion from the 1960s to the early 2000s.

Short stories from Kafka to the Kafkaesque: making strange again

The Irish Times 22 Jun 2024
Two new books, Selected Stories and A Cage Went in Search of a Bird, make the case for reading the worst of Franz Kafka afresh. Former insurance clerk Franz Kafka was surprisingly tender and funny. Photograph. Archiv Klaus Wagenbach, Berlin ... Author ... .

Glued to Hitler: what Brecht’s overlooked collages tell us about how fascism takes hold

The Observer 12 Jun 2024
Curated with the Bertolt Brecht Archive in Berlin, brecht ... Courtesy the Bertolt Brecht Archive, Akademie der Künste, Berlin ... Courtesy the Bertolt Brecht Archive, Akademie der Künste, Berlin ... Berlin.

Call Of Duty: Black Ops 6 Goes Full Mission Impossible In First Action-Packed Trailer

Kotaku 09 Jun 2024
CC ... Our first solid look at the upcoming shooter started with archival footage of Presidents George H.W. Bush and Bill Clinton from the fall of the Berlin Wall and the Gulf War mixed with warnings about lies and deception from within the government ... CC.

India moves into the fast lane of film conservation with Manthan

Hindustan Times 31 May 2024
... Ritrovata Laboratory in Bologna, Italy, from an original negative at the National Film Archive of India (NFAI), Pune, along with a positive print provided by the Bundesarchiv-Filmarchiv in Berlin.

ANSWERS TO CORRESPONDENTS: Why did Francisco Franco raze all the copies of the film Raza?

The Daily Mail 30 May 2024
Raza ('Race') was a novel by Spain's dictator General Francisco Franco which he wrote under the pseudonym Jaime de Andrade in 1940 ... However, in the mid-1990s a copy turned up in the East Berlin archives of the German film production company UFA ... J ... .

Tainted legacy of the French father of the modern Olympics

The Times/The Sunday Times 19 May 2024
Baron de Coubertin, an aristocratic educator, praised “the magnificent success” of the 1936 Berlin Games in the letter found in the Third Reich archives and reproduced in a new book by the journalist Aymeric Mantoux.

Soviet T-35: The world's ONLY mass-produced FIVE-turret tank

Beijing News 16 May 2024
This formidable fighting vehicle looked good at parades. However, in combat operations, it proved to be extremely weak ... Archive photo ... According to some reports, in 1945, it took part in the Battle of Berlin on the side of the Nazis. Archive photo ... P.
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