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"One Hundred and Fifty per Minute," Berliner Tageblatt (September 4, 1928)

The Berliner Tageblatt was the most influential newspaper in 1920s Berlin, and published left-leaning writers such as Erich Kästner, Kurt Tucholsky and the work of photographers such as Alfred Eisenstaedt. Between 1933 and 1939, Propaganda Minister Joseph Goebbels allowed it a certain level of freedom in order to maintain the illusion of some freedom of the press. This 1928 piece is taken from an issue devoted to Potsdamer Platz.

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