Silenced. Berlin City councillors targeted by Nazi persecution
This exhibition, commissioned by the Berlin Senate and House of Representatives, documents the lives of 32 local politicians who were persecuted by the Nazis for different reasons. Showing personal objects, photographs and documents, the exhibition reveals how they were forced out of politics and into exile, imprisoned and killed. As well as telling tragic personal stories, these biographies provide concrete evidence of how parliamentary democracy was crushed in Germany in 1933.
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