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Panzerdenkmal Berlin-Dreilinden : Geschichte und Hintergründe

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Text in German. In the summer of 1945 the Soviets erected a memorial in Berlin-Zehlendorf to commemorate fallen soldiers of the Red Army. Protests and controversies soon arose around this symbolic monument which ignited at the Berlin blockade, the GDR-Volksaufstandstand in 1953 and the escalations of the cold war. Finally, a new monument was erected on the territory of the GDR. After the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 and the acquisition of democratic freedoms in Central Eastern Europe, the artist Eckhart Haisch replaced the memorial with a pink snow mover. The authors of this publication approach the monument, which is still controversial, from different perspectives, and trace its history and myths. It is the rediscovery of a unique monument of German and European contemporary history.

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German language. Uncommon book
Author(s):
Boeger, Peter & Dowe, Alexander
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
159
Publisher:
Metropol

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Text in German. In the summer of 1945 the Soviets erected a memorial in Berlin-Zehlendorf to commemorate fallen soldiers of the Red Army. Protests and controversies soon arose around this symbolic monument which ignited at the Berlin blockade, the GDR-Volksaufstandstand in 1953 and the escalations of the cold war. Finally, a new monument was erected on the territory of the GDR. After the Peaceful Revolution of 1989 and the acquisition of democratic freedoms in Central Eastern Europe, the artist Eckhart Haisch replaced the memorial with a pink snow mover. The authors of this publication approach the monument, which is still controversial, from different perspectives, and trace its history and myths. It is the rediscovery of a unique monument of German and European contemporary history.

Added value:
German language. Uncommon book
Author(s):
Boeger, Peter & Dowe, Alexander
Condition:
Fine
Edition:
2014
Format:
Hardback
Number of pages:
159
Publisher:
Metropol

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