Sites of Berlin in the 1920s

Title

Sites of Berlin in the 1920s

Subject

Sites of Russian émigré life in Berlin, 1920s
Traditional tourist sites of Berlin, 1908

Description

In the early 1920s, Berlin was home to almost 360 000 Russian emigres. This map shows where some of the most prominent members of the Russian Berlin community lived during their stay in the city, as well as the sites of Russian Berlin and Berlin tourist sites.

Creator

Jenya Mironava

Source

Griebens Reiseführer: Berlin. Neuester Plan und Wegweiser von Berlin. Berlin W: Albert Goldschmidt, 1908.

Schlögel, Karl. Berlin, Ostbahnhof Europas: Russen und Deutsche in ihrem Jahrhundert. Berlin: Siedler, 1998.

Urban, Thomas. Russische Schriftsteller im Berlin der zwanziger Jahre. Berlin: Nicolaische Verlagsbuchhandlung, 2003.

Date

1920s

Contributor

Jenya Mironava

Files

russian_berlin.jpg

Citation

Jenya Mironava, “Sites of Berlin in the 1920s,” Mapping Cultural Space Across Eurasia, accessed November 30, 2022, https://eurasia.omeka.fas.harvard.edu/items/show/823.

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