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Damenimitator Artist Travestiekünstler D(eigentl. Karl Rundfrege) - tanzt bei einem Auftritt im Variete Scala in BerlinAufnahme:d`Ora (Dora Kallmus) / Arthur Bendaveröffentlicht Tempo 1.07.1929

Barbette, Damenimitator Artist Travestiekünstler D

The lost lesbian bars of Weimar Berlin - they flourished from the start of the Weimar Republic in 1918 until they were closed down in 1933. Interesting essay at the click with many names.

Cover of "The Lesbians of Berlin" Writer : Ruth Roellig Preface by german sexologist and activist Magnus Hirschfeld. A relic of the Weimar Republic, before the rise of the Nazis

Treasures from THE GERMAN COLLECTION at The Willing Mind. By exclusive arrangement with The Grand Review.    Print size 24 x 18, and consciously formatted to work with a standard size store bought frame, or custom framed as you see fit.      As sometimes happens, the more rabbit holes I fall into while researching a particular image, the more there are beyond, and beyond, and beyond. First, as a lifelong fan of 1920s German cabaret and all the ripple effects out into popular Western culture…

Antique German Print - Cabaret in the Weimar Republic - Berlin 1929 1930 - Kempinski's Haus Vaterland

Cocain - Berlin (1921)

Mondine und Demimondaine Skizzen, von F. W. Koebner, Grotilgo-Verlag, Berlin 1921.Magazine

Cocain - Berlin Mondine und Demimondaine Skizzen, von F. Koebner, Grotilgo-Verlag, Berlin (And I do NOT endorse the use of cocaine.

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Anita Berber by Otto Dix, Berlin, Life is a cabaret, old chum, Come to the Love Thing movie cabaret.

challenging feminine stereotypes

hauntedbystorytelling: “Marianne Breslauer :: Lisa von Cramm, Berlin, 1934 ” more [+] by this photographer