Why couldn't the crisis be resolved through diplomatic channels? One hundred years later, have we learned any lessons?
In the midst of World War I, a poet, a composer and a director had a common dream — and out of it came what was to become the world's most prestigious festival.
Whether it's Waterloo or Stalingrad, battle reenactments are booming. In Weimar, things are less bloody: There, the excerpts of parliamentarians from the National Assembly are replayed.
Since its opening in 1844, the development of the Berlin Zoo has directly reflected the history of Germany. Here's how colonialism, the Nazi era and the Cold War left their mark on the institution.
The pioneer filmmaker was behind many groundbreaking achievements even before the beginning of the 20th century. As the Silent Film Festival in Bonn pays tribute to her works, here's more on her largely forgotten legacy.
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