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Beer riots and sausage snacks demonstrate a devotion to the national diet.
Degenerate art and other facts from this fascinating nation.
25 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, Neil MacGregor visits the Brandenburg Gate.
Neil MacGregor focuses on two great emblems of Germany's national diet: beer and sausages.
See the astronomical compendium and many other items that Neil MacGregor describes.
Neil MacGregor examines the story of the two Germanys, East and West, created in 1949.
Neil MacGregor dips into the British Museum's collection of notgeld and banknotes.
Neil MacGregor visits Buchenwald, one of the earliest and largest concentration camps.
See close-up images of the replica Reichskrone now in Aachen.
Neil MacGregor focuses on the Bauhaus school of art and design, founded in 1919.
A collection of programmes about Germany from our archive.
Neil MacGregor focuses on how German chemists discovered the secrets of Chinese porcelain.
A selection of plays and readings celebrating a diverse range of German literature.
Neil MacGregor tells the story of the 'largest population movement in history'.
Neil MacGregor examines and explains the significance of this fascinating painting.
Neil MacGregor explains the significance of the words on the Buchenwald camp gate.
Neil MacGregor talks about a vase that angered Hitler's propaganda minister.
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