Protests in Berlin
00:00 - 02:43
2m 43s
1920s Berlin was a city of immense contrasts and inequality. It was in this tumult that communism and Nazism gained adherents. This scene shows a communist protest outside of a police headquarters - these protests were officially banned. The scene ends with some carefree affluent boys talking matter-of-fact about contentious German politics.


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