Second World War in Germany: The Battered Face of a Country
by Felipe Tofani | Mar 9, 2016
It was early June 1945 when LIFE Magazine published an article titled The Battered Face of Germany...Read More
Berlin 1945 in Video: the Destroyed German Capital
by Felipe Tofani | May 17, 2015
Berlin 1945 in Video The ruins of a destroyed German Capital ; Everybody knows what happened in...Read More
A Visit to the Ruined Bunkers in Wunsdorf
by Felipe Tofani | Jun 22, 2014
It was the end of April when we went to Zossen to see the Wunsdorf Bunkers. I came across these bunkers while I read Berlin: The Downfall 1945 by Antony Beevor and decided it would be a good place to spend an afternoon.
After some research, I realized that the place is now a museum and you can book bunker tours and this is what we ended up doing. Wunsdorf is a quite unique location since there isn’t any other place where a german kaiser, Hitler, and the soviet military left their mark.
Berlin – A City Scarred
by Felipe Tofani | Feb 20, 2014
Berlin was the largest and most important city in Germany when the Second World War started in...Read More