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This audio guide to the "Köpenicker Blood Week" leads through the settlement Elsengrund and the Dammvorstadt, where former homes of victims, but also places of deeds and perpetrators are located. At the 16 stations of the audio guide, relatives of arrested persons and murder victims have their say.

Veranstaltungen in Berlin: (Ton-)Spuren der Gewalt. Ein Audiowalk zur „Köpenicker Blutwoche“ 1933
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Testimonies from the trial of the SA perpetrators after 1945 provide information about the legal processing of the "Köpenicker Blood Week". Historians place the early terror of the Nazi regime in the context of the early phase of National Socialist rule and the consolidation of power.

And this is how the audio walk works:

  • Download the app "radio aporee" free of charge in the Google Play Store or at radio aporee
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  • Start the app on site and select the audio walk "(Sound) Traces of Violence - An Audio Walk to the 'Köpenicker Blutwoche' 1933" via the function key "start walk".
  • You can also listen to the individual audio files ("audio bubbles") from home.
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