111 Places in Berlin on the
Trail of the Nazis
Although the singular brutality of the Nazi dictatorship gruesomely symbolises human ruthlessness beyond all boundaries, one meanwhile often searches in vain for its visible traces - the "Führerbunker", Gestapo headquarters, or the Sportpalast have long since ceased to exist. Presumably less sensational witnesses of history as well as the "silent heroes" are thus all the more important.
This special guide through "Brown" Berlin lends a voice to many of them: where swastika flags and yellow stars were manufactured, where the SS played soccer with skulls, how much deportation to Auschwitz cost the victims, and who had an interest in the "final solution". A poignant city guide to places which must never be forgotten.
111 Places in Berlin
on the Trail of the Nazis
Contains numerous colour photographs
by Nadia Boegli
13,5 x 20,5 cm
5,25 in. x 8 in.
ISBN : 978-3-9545-1323-9
Paul Kohl, born in Cologne in 1937, did an apprenticeship as a bookseller in the 1950s, then graduated in Theatre Studies and German Studies. He worked at several theatres as a dramaturge and director; since 1965 he has also been a producer, especially for radio. He has lived in Berlin since 1970.