Goodbye to berlin

Immerse yourself in the captivating stories of Goodbye to Berlin. Discover the vibrant characters and the rich history of this remarkable novel that will leave you wanting more.
Goodbye to Berlin by Christopher Isherwood (1939) Art, Weimar, Reading, Fan Art, Berlin, Illustrations Posters, Christopher Isherwood, Christopher, Goodbye To Berlin

I loved this collection of Isherwood's Berlin stories. The characters and the awkward scenarios are believable and there is an undercurrent of impending doom that even the author couldn't know the full scope of in early-1930's Germany. It's startlingly contemporary as well; some of these stories could take place now.

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Weimar, Berlin, Berlin Germany, West Berlin, City, Street View, Places In Boston, Historical Photos, Großdeutsches Reich

Though it was only 75 years ago, it is a world we can envy today. We can't go back in time, but we can experience it to some degree through photographs. Here are some I found in Die Welt Zeitung. In 1936 AGFA color slides, made in Germany, were put on the market. Oh, the nostalgia. Above: Frauen at leisure on the beach at Wannsee, a Berlin suburb. The Unter den Linden, seen

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