Conversations, VOLUME 11

Martin Niemöller’s Berlin – A Photo Essay

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we feature a review of this superb new biography:
 

Then They Came for Me:
Martin Niemöller, the Pastor Who Defied the Nazis
Matthew Hockenos

Hardback: Basic Books, 2018
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Since our reviewer for this book, Laura M. Fabrycky, lives in Berlin,
We asked her to take some photos of crucial landmarks from Martin Niemöller’s life…

 

Brick Gateway
St. Anne’s Church
(Photo 4 of 10 )

Brick gateway to St. Anne’s Church at corner of Köningen-Luise-Straße and Pacellieallee.

 

Photo Copyright: Laura M. Fabrycky, 2018

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