Challenging Times: Germany's Role in the World. In the Interview Historian Fritz Stern.
One of the world's most renowned historians, German-American Fritz Stern, died on May 18 at age 90. He spent his life analyzing world history and observing how it impacted current developments in Germany and Europe.
He fled from the Nazis and later sought to explain how and why the potential for evil became an actuality in Germany. German-American historian Fritz Stern died in New York on 18 March 2016 at the age of 90.
Fritz Stern, who advised an ambassador and taught German history to international audiences, has died. He passed away at age 90 in New York, the city where his family had lived since leaving Nazi Germany.
Run-down façades, punks and ordinary workers: An exhibition in Berlin shows the works of Harald Hauswald, who simply wanted to document everyday life — without knowing that the Berlin Wall would one day come down.
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