themed tour for November 9th
November 9th marks the anniversary of various drastic events in German history. The shooting of Robert Blum in 1848, the proclamation of the Republic in 1918 and the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989 coincidentally fell on this date.
The “Hitler Putsch” and the return of the former crown prince in 1923, the November pogroms in 1938 and Georg Elser's assassination attempt on Hitler in 1939 were different: for them, November 9th was the program, with direct or indirect reference to the 1918 revolution.
In the tour through “Roads not Taken. Or: “It could have been different” these special connections are illuminated and explained.
(Program in German)
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