Berlin 1945

The captial of the Third Recih at the close of the war. Berlin during WWII - Allied bombing runs reduced most of it to rubble

Berlin wall at Brandenburger Tor

"Brandenburg-gate after building Berlin-wall" (View from Reichstag, Berlin of defeated nazi-germany) by unknown photographer

Karstadt building - at one of the most crowded square in south Berlin – Hermannplatz – 2 subway lines, the U7 and U8, are crossing.

Karstadt building - at one of the most crowded square in south Berlin – Hermannplatz – 2 subway lines, the and are crossing.

Gedächtniskirche 1914 Luft

1914 Auguste Viktoria Platz mit dem N-O-Ende des Ku-Dammes

Berlin, Germany ~ Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was bombed on 22 November 1943 and intentionally left as a ruin.

Berlin, Germany ~ Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church was bombed on 22 November 1943 and intentionally left as a ruin. This is how I remember experiencing Berlin with my grandparents.

Berlin in ruins almost two months after the Battle of Berlin and subsequent German surrender to Allied forces. July 3, 1945.

A devastated Berlin street - in the city centre - just off the " Unter den Linden "- 3 July 1945

Berlin, Mitte - inner walkway of the Kaisergalerie, 1881 The Kaisergalerie was one of the first shopping arcades in Berlin, where you could go and shop under a spacious glass-roof. The building was completely destroyed in WW2. Some very similar shopping arcades from the same age are still visible in Paris today.

Berlin, Mitte - inner walkway of the Kaisergalerie, 1881 The Kaisergalerie was one of the first shopping arcades in Berlin, where you could go and shop under a spacious glass-roof. The building was completely destroyed in

Die Konditorei Walter Reimann am Kurfürstendamm 35. Walter Reimann war aktives Mitglied des jüdischen Widerstands in Berlin und gehörte der Gruppe "Onkel Emil" an. Berlin, 1932. o.p.

Die Konditorei Walter Reimann am Kurfürstendamm Walter Reimann war aktives…

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