Friedrich Hollaender and his Tingel-Tangel-Theater

Friedrich Hollaender was a leading figure of the literary and musical scene during the Golden Twenties and during the rise of the Nazis. Follow us to visit the historical site of his “Tingel-Tangel-Theater”, where Marlene Dietrich had an acclaimed appearance in … Continue reading →

Stubenrauchstrasse Cemetery

The cemetery in the Stubenrauchstrasse in Berlin-Friedenau, founded in 1881, is situated near our office and one of the most interesting and picturesque in Berlin. Come with us to visit the graves of public figures such as the composer Ferruccio Busoni, … Continue reading →

Emil Schmidt’s Memories 7

In the seventh and last episode of our interview series with the retired headmaster Emil Schmidt in Bremen, he remembers how he experience the end of the war as a 15 years old boy. A new series with another contemporary … Continue reading →

Emil Schmidt’s Memories 6

In the sixth and second last episode of our interview series with Emil Schmidt in Bremen (born 1932), he tells us about his memories of his family’s evacuation, the so called ‘Kinderlandverschickung’ in Bautzen in Saxony – and also how … Continue reading →

Emil Schmidt’s Memories 5

In the fifth part of our interview series with Emil Schmidt, he explains and shows how an incendiary bomb hit his family‘s house in Bremen in June 1942. … Continue reading →

Emil Schmidt’s Memories 3

Here is the third part of the Taxodium Zeitzeugen series and the third episode of our interview with the retired headmaster Emil Schmidt, which is entitled ‘Inquisitiveness and Worries’. … Continue reading →