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Migration and solidarity in Wedding

The decades around 1900 were a peak period for migration to Berlin; many of the often poor people sought shelter and accommodation in Wedding. The tour accompanies her arrival at the train station, the first offers of support, the search for an apartment, rent and housing struggles in the Empire and the Republic. Tenements, forced evictions and self-help campaigns, political, church and cooperative initiatives are some of the stops in this historical search for clues.



The city walk with the historian Stefan Zollhaus begins in front of the house at Borsigstrasse 5 and ends about 2 hours later on Strelitzer Strasse.


Registration is not required.


Free of charge.
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Dates
May 2024
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