Spot on! Feminist Perspectives on the Exhibition „Roads not Taken” (English)
| Deutsches Historisches Museum
What role did women's and lesbian groups play during the so called fall of 1989? How did Marie Jalowicz Simon, a German Jew, react to the assassination attempt on 20th of July 1944? What did women fight for in the March Revolution of 1848?
The themed tour looks at selected events in German history of the 19th and 20th centuries in the exhibition “Roads not Taken. Or: Things could have turned out differently” focusing on feminist and gender-historical perspectives. In line with the exhibition they also pose the question: Could things have turned out differently?