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Exhibition at Martin Gropius Bau traces German identity from a British perspective

On 9 November 1989, media all over the world reported on the fall of the Berlin Wall ? an event that gave rise to a new, united Germany. Today, this Germany plays an important role in world affairs. For decades, citizens in East and West Germany lived under different political systems, but they had many deep-rooted memories in common. This exhibition explores some of these memories on the basis of approximately 200 objects that originated during the last 600 years in Germany, and which are formative for culture, business and politics ? past and present.
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