KREUZBERGED: BERLIN COMPANION

Everything You Never Knew You Wanted to Know About Berlin

WAITING FOR THE BOMBS TO RAIN

Photo by Georg Pahl, Bundesarchiv

Photo by Georg Pahl, Bundesarchiv

Anti-air-raid drill carried out in Bergmannkiez in Kreuzberg in March 1935: here a photo taken at Marheinekeplatz, with Passionskirche belfry in the top-right corner.
The corner house on the right was completely destroyed during the 1943-1944 air-raids, while the building standing between the church and the said corner-house, owned by one C. Serran, a Spanish lawyer from Madrid, is still there.

 

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