Russell Wallis seeks to show how and why the Holocaust was initially met with such a muted response in Britain. Advertisements
In Germany, 1945, how could Britain reconcile wartime bombing with comprehensive and coherent plans for reconstruction? Francis Graham-Dixon considers the paradoxical legacy of Allied occupation in Germany.
Much like a funfair, does Berlin now only retain an illusion of edginess?
Gerhard Richter, Confrontation 2, 1988, oil on canvas, 112 x 102cm, The Museum of Modern Art (MoMA), New York, USA
Continuing last week’s article on what’s being done to prevent sex trafficking into Berlin, Rory MacLean talks to outreach worker Patricia Green.
In the first of two articles, Rory MacLean takes a look at what is being done to prevent women being tricked or trafficked into prostitution in Germany’s capital.