Berlin: The Story of A City Author Barney White-Spunner

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Berlin, with its unique dialect, exceptional museums, experimental cultural scene and its liberated social life as well as its open and honest approach to its history, is an equally challenging and fascinating city. Too often Berlin is seen through the prism of Nazism and its role on the front line in the Cold War. Important, frightening and interesting as those periods are, its history starts much further ago than that.

Barney White-Spunner tells the history of Berlin from its medieval foundations as a twin fishing village to the present day, presenting a fascinating account appealing to all from the casual reader to the ardent historian.

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ISBN: 9781471181535 

Hardback

528 Pages.

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