November 22, 2012
The Rise, Fall and Rebirth of Berlin
Michael Sontheimer, Der Spiegel
It wasn't until 1871, with the establishment of the German Reich, that Berlin finally took its place among other European capitals. Its wild race to catch up was cut short by World War II and then hindered by division. Now, more than a century later, Berlin is still trying to find itself.
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