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Members of the Schöneberg and Tempelhof district assemblies persecuted under National Socialism from 1933 to 1945

When Greater Berlin was founded in 1920, the two districts of Schöneberg and Tempelhof were created. Elected women and men from different parties attended the district assemblies and brought their ideas into district politics and worked together until 1933.


During National Socialism, some members of parliament were excluded and persecuted for political and racist reasons. Using 16 biographies, the exhibition traces the different lives of persecuted MPs and the political breaks. Blank spaces remain.
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Dates
June 2024
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