“Berlin 1945”: Hanns Zischler on pictures never seen before

WHow can a time be captured in pictures in which the mobile geography of war determines people’s life, which has become precarious? How do you imagine today, 75 years later, a Berlin that stood at the centrifugal beginning and at the centripetal end of this war?

The further we move away from the contemporaries of this year, the more irrefutable, but also immovable, media reports become that give us a picture of the devastation and crimes until the end of the war and the months after.

The abundance of what was discovered, examined and used in Volker Heise’s three-hour documentary “Berlin 1945 – Diary of a Big City”, a passionate and thorough research from the archives and private sources, is revealed.


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