The somber experiences of what happened in Berlin from the end of World War One, through the rise of the Nazi movement, the defeat in World War Two, the division of the city into four sectors, the airlift, the construction and destruction of the Berlin wall are all thoroughly documented here in a well-organized manner where no effort has been spared to tell the whole unvarnished truth. It is a very sobering experience to visit this museum, and it provides an excellent context for appreciated the Berlin of today. Highly recommended, not to be missed. Also, the shop sells a good range of very useful documentation - maps, books, etc. Access easily from Anhalter Bahnhof S station. Allow a good three hours here.
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