Hockenos, Paul
November 2014
Boston Review;Nov/Dec2014, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p12
Academic Journal
The article discusses the cultural changes in Berlin, Germany following the fall of the Berlin Wall in 1989. Topics include the area the German Democratic Republic (GDR), the subculture of West Berlin, and the occupants of 47 Schreiner Street, Silvio Meier, Micha, and Gerd. Other topics include the occupation of Germany by the Nazi party, communism in Germany, and the 1990 battle on Mainzer Street.


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