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Bangården vid centralstationen Hauptbahnhof i Berlin.


Bangården vid centralstationen Hauptbahnhof i Berlin.



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The Weimar Republic was the period of German history from 1919 to 1933, during which Berlin was the capital city. The Weimar Republic was named after the city of Weimar, where the new German government was established after World War I. Berlin in the 1920s was a time of great cultural and social change. After World War I, Germany was in a state of political and economic turmoil, but in Berlin, there was a sense of excitement and freedom that attracted artists, intellectuals, and bohemians from all over Europe. The city became known for its vibrant nightlife, with nightclubs, cabarets, and jazz bars that were open all night long. People danced the Charleston and listened to jazz music, and there was a thriving underground culture that included everything from experimental theater to drag shows. At the same time, Berlin was a center for art and literature, with famous writers like Bertolt Brecht and Christopher Isherwood making their homes there. The Bauhaus movement, which sought to combine art and industry, was founded in Berlin in 1919, and the city became a center for avant-garde art and design. Berlin in the 1920s remains a cultural and artistic icon of the 20th century. During the Weimar Republic, Berlin was a center of cultural and artistic innovation. It was a city of contrasts, with thriving nightlife and a lively arts scene, but also poverty, unemployment, and political unrest. The city became known for its avant-garde art movements, such as Dadaism and Expressionism, and for its progressive and liberal social policies. Berlin was also a political battleground during the Weimar Republic. There were several different political factions vying for power, including the Social Democrats, the Communists, and the Nazis. In 1923, there was hyperinflation, which caused widespread economic hardship and political instability. As the economic situation in Germany was difficult, and there was political unrest as different factions vied for power. In 1923, there was hyperinflation, and people carried wheelbarrows full of money just to buy basic goods. The rise of the Nazi party, which would eventually lead to World War II, was also beginning to take shape in the 1920s.



01/01/1920 - 01/01/1929


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