Bauten für Massen – Monumentalbauwerke des Nationalsozialismus
Berlin's cityscape is still shaped by National Socialist buildings. In contrast to the ideology of their creation, however, their history of use is extremely diverse - after the end of the Second World War they are often occupied by the Allied occupying powers, later ministries, cultural and concert facilities are located in them. Tempelhof Airport is one of them.
On March 22, 2023, the building historian Dr. Matthias Donath takes a look at the architectural change in Berlin between 1933 and 1945 and the development of National Socialist powerhouses into objects of monument protection.
The head of the Documentation Center Nazi Party Rally Grounds in Nuremberg, Florian Dierl, builds on this with his professional practice and reports on the complex challenges of dealing with an important historical site.
- Language: German
Lecture on architecture from the National Socialist era