Honored with an installation on Berlin's KuDamm, Lieselotte Friedländer designed and illustrated many of the iconic fashion images of 1920s Weimar Republic
Inviting cultural and religious leaders to come together, this year's annual Dragon-boat race on Hanover's Maschsee took a stand against religious intolerance.
Judith Kerr was forced to flee Berlin with her family in 1933 when she was just 9 years old. 80 years later, on May 17 2013 she was honored at a ceremony in the city's town hall. The renowned and much loved children's author will be celebrating her 90th birthday in June this year.
What makes food kosher? Are all Jews religious? Is a German allowed to criticize Israel? Just some of the questions being asked of visitors to the Jewish Museum's latest exhibition in Berlin.
Little less than 100 years ago Berlin was widely acknowledged as the world’s scientific center. What is the city like 100 years on and how will it look tomorrow? Is there a realistic chance that Berlin will connect with its past glory and become a leading scientific metropolis again?