Death in Berlin

Death in Berlin is the first study to trace the rituals, practices, perceptions, and sensibilities surrounding death in the context of Berlin’s multiple transformations over the decades between Germany’s defeat in World War I and the construction of the Berlin Wall.’

The first chapter of this book deals with the many different traditions of death and dying in Berlin around 1930 that immigrants brought to the city.

Review (in English)

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