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HISTORIA CONTEMPORANEA
HANNA'S DRESS
HANNA'S DRESS. BERLIN 1904-1914
2017
270
TELA
978-1-5095-0981-2
ENGLISH
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Hanna's Dress tells the dizzying story of Berlin's modern history. Curious to learn more about the city she has lived in for over twenty years, journalist Pascale Hugues investigates the lives of the men, women and children who have occupied her ordinary street during the course of the last century. We see the street being built in 1904 and the arrival of the first families of businessmen, lawyers, and bankers. We feel the humiliation of defeat in 1918, the effects of economic crisis, and the rise of Hitler's Nazi party. We tremble alongside Hannah and the Jewish families who experience the hardshios and anguish of those who remain - forced to make agonizing choices under the constant fear of Allied bombing raids.
In 1945 the street is all but destroyed, the handful of residents left want to forget the past altogether and star afresh. When the Berlin Wall goes up, the street becomes part of the radical spirit of 1968. Howeverm this quickly changes in the 1970s with the arrival of its most famous resident, superstar David Bowie. Today, the street is as tranquil ans prosperous as in the early days, belying a century of eventful, tumultuous history.


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