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IN THE MIDDLE OF A BIG CITY A historic windmill at the Museum of Technology in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
1948 On June 24th, 1948 the Berlin Blockade began – West Berlin, surrounded by Soviet ruled territories, is almost completely cut off from any supplies from the outside, necessary for the … Continue reading
1910 Prof. Konrad Zuse, German engineer and the inventor of the first working programmable computer in the world is born in Berlin. All of the four computers designed and made … Continue reading
Among what feels like thousands and thousands of fantastic objects on display at the Telecommunications Exhibition in Technikmuseum (Trebbiner Strasse 9, Berlin-Kreuzberg) there is also a TV set from 1937. … Continue reading
Enigma, German coding machine used during the WW2 by the Nazi land army but especially by their war fleet, Kriegsmarine, on display at the Technikmuseum in Berlin. One of the … Continue reading
If you should come to Technikmuseum today and climb to the 3rd floor in the “Beamtenhaus” where the film technology is exhibited, here is what you will hear above your … Continue reading
Today at Technikmuseum during my shift in the so called Neubau (the New House) I took some 30 photos of different objects and their descriptions. It was only hours later, … Continue reading
The Optimist is a small boat used by the youngest adepts of the art of sailing – in spring and summer the lakes around Berlin are full of them bobbing … Continue reading
Seen at the Film-Technik Exhibition at the Technikmuseum in Trebbiner Strasse 9 in Berlin-Kreuzberg.
My job at the museum (Deutsches Technikmuseum in Trebbiner Strasse in Berlin-Kreuzberg) might prevent me from writing as often and as much as I would wish to, but it allows … Continue reading
2012 has been a long year – the length of a year being measured by the number of memorable events. I have plenty to be happy about and equally a … Continue reading
spotted at technik museum in Berlin