Kreuzberg. In the district called SO36, confrontations between supporters of the workers' movement and members of the strengthening NSDAP came to a dangerous head towards the end of the Weimar Republic. There were regular attacks on each other, sometimes resulting in deaths.
During the city walk, we find out what the political situation was like in the neighbourhood against which these confrontations took place. Who were the protagonists? Where were the meeting places? And why did bowling alleys play a role?
Johannes Fülberth (historian and author of the thematic book "... is fought through with brute force. Armed conflicts resulting in death in court - Berlin 1929 to 1932/1933").
Jana König (FHXB Museum) and Fabian Kunow (Helle Panke e. V.).
- Language: German
We will conduct this tour of the neighbourhood with a guided tour system.
As we only have limited reception equipment and headphones, we ask for registration.
We will meet at 6 pm in the courtyard of the FHXB Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg Museum, Adalbertstraße 95A, 10999 Berlin.