The Bauhaus Museum In Weimar: A Collection Of Things Or A Movement That Changed The World?

The disappointing exposition of the new Bauhaus Museum in Weimar which led to an obsession in me to find better concepts and to explain a little bit of what wasn’t explained there.

The Bauhaus Museum In Weimar: A Collection Of Things Or A Movement That Changed The World?

COUNTING THE CHICKENS – SCENE FROM BERLIN OF THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC

Originally posted on KREUZBERGED – BERLIN COMPANION: Image from a Dutch magazine “Het Leven” (via Spaarnestadt Archive). Here is a typical Berlin Balkonia, little man’s and woman’s green paradise, in its rooftop edition: as a small garden and a chicken-pen. This model example of self-sufficiency was necessary to survive dire food-shortages of the First World…

COUNTING THE CHICKENS – SCENE FROM BERLIN OF THE WEIMAR REPUBLIC

80 Years Ago — First Modern Computer Delivered to German Aerospace Institute (May 12 1941)

“The danger of computers becoming like humans is not as great as the danger of humans becoming like computers.” Konrad Zuse (June 22, 1910 – December 18, 1995) — Inventor of the world’s first programmable Turing-complete computer   Zuse Z3 replica on display at Deutsches Museum in Munich May 12 2021 — The Z3 was […]

80 Years Ago — First Modern Computer Delivered to German Aerospace Institute (May 12 1941)

Walking Tours: ‘Meiningen In Central Germany’ (4K)

Meiningen is a town in the southern part of the state of Thuringia, Germany. It is located in the region of Franconia and has a population of around 25,000. Meiningen is the capital and the largest town of the Schmalkalden-Meiningen district. From 1680 to 1920, Meiningen was the capital of the Duchy of Saxe-Meiningen. Recorded […]

Walking Tours: ‘Meiningen In Central Germany’ (4K)

Thuringia in Painted Look

A month ago or so, when I have experimented with painted looks and artsy effects, I also grabbed one of my older Thuringia photos. To be more exact, I took the one from this post. Then I also tried out all kinds of effects in Photoshop until I thought it was somehow interesting. I saved […]

Thuringia in Painted Look

White Rose by Kip Wilson. A powerful and haunting young adult verse novel based on the true story of Sophie Scholl, a young activist fighting against Hitler’s regime.

White Rose By Kip Wilson ISBN 9780358376699 Houghton Mifflin Harcourt Publishing Company Sophie Scholl is anti-Nazi political activist. The more she learns about Hitler and his regime, the more she is determined to make others aware of how dangerous he is but the risk is huge and the cost, if caught, unthinkable. Based on the […]

White Rose by Kip Wilson. A powerful and haunting young adult verse novel based on the true story of Sophie Scholl, a young activist fighting against Hitler’s regime.

The Women Who Made History (2013): S01E06 – Sophie Scholl

Introduction Iconic women of history are chronicled in this documentary series. From legendary rulers like Catherine the Great, Queen Elizabeth, and Cleopatra, to brave rebels like Joan of Arc and Sophie Scholl, this series provides an intimate look at larger than life figures who shaped history. Frauen, die Geschichte machten (original title). Outline In the […]

The Women Who Made History (2013): S01E06 – Sophie Scholl

Incredible Women: Sophie Scholl

I was first introduced to Sophie Scholl though her words in this Zen Pencils comic. Scholl’s legacy is that of a fierce resistance fighter who fought the nazis as part of the White Rose group. She was willing to give her life for the cause of anti-fascism. Her life was ended on February 22, 1943. […]

Incredible Women: Sophie Scholl