The Jew who built Berlin
Berlin would look different today if it weren't for master builder Adolf Sommerfeld, who helped give the city a face-lift starting in the 1920s.
Berlin is today confidently recapturing its status as a major world city and a hub of European culture, recalling its glory days after World War I, when it was a thriving metropolis of two million. From the final decades of the 19th century until World War II, Berlin burst out in every direction. Villages and towns, forests and lakes were annexed to the city, and it became a center of...
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