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…

 

Dahlem-Dorf
U-bahn station
Details
(Photo 9 of 10 )

More details about the Dahlem-Dorf U-bahn station. The nearby U-bahn station of Dahlem-Dorf was built in 1913, and is one block from the church.

 

Photo Copyright: Laura M. Fabrycky, 2018

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