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Rudolf Schlichter, Damenkneipe (Ladies' Dive) (1923). The picture was with a story republished by The New York Review of Books, "Aschinger."

Rudolf Schlichter, Damenkneipe (Ladies' Dive) (1923). The picture was with a story republished by The New York Review of Books, "Aschinger."

Veteran, wounded in the war, now forced to beg for survival.  Berlin 1923

Veteran, wounded in the war, now forced to beg for survival. Berlin 1923

Sa Defenza: ILLUSORI TENTATIVI USA & UE DI ISOLARE LA RUSSIA

Sa Defenza: ILLUSORI TENTATIVI USA & UE DI ISOLARE LA RUSSIA

Rudolf Schlichter (Germany 1890-1955) Dance Scene in a Bar (1925) gouache 44.5 x 59.4 cm

Rudolf Schlichter (Germany 1890-1955) Dance Scene in a Bar (1925) gouache 44.5 x 59.4 cm

August Sander // People of the 20th Century - Krupnick Krupnick

August Sander // People of the 20th Century - Krupnick Krupnick

3 Couples Dancing on the Roof of the Bauhaus, c1929  T. Lux Feininger  (1910–2011)

3 Couples Dancing on the Roof of the Bauhaus, c1929 T. Lux Feininger (1910–2011)

Elizabeth Bergner (c. 1930)  Born in Galicia, actress Elisabeth Bergner (1897-1986) became one of the biggest starts of stage and screen in the Weimar Republic. She and her husband, director Paul Czinner, fled Germany after the Nazis came to power. They emigrated first to London and eventually to Hollywood. This photo was taken by Berlin portrait photographer Hans Robertson (1883-1950), one of the first professional dance photographers.

Elizabeth Bergner (c. 1930) Born in Galicia, actress Elisabeth Bergner (1897-1986) became one of the biggest starts of stage and screen in the Weimar Republic. She and her husband, director Paul Czinner, fled Germany after the Nazis came to power. They emigrated first to London and eventually to Hollywood. This photo was taken by Berlin portrait photographer Hans Robertson (1883-1950), one of the first professional dance photographers.

Dr. Walter Rathenau. (1867-1922) German Foreign minister during the Weimar government who was assasinated in Berlin, 1922.

Dr. Walter Rathenau. (1867-1922) German Foreign minister during the Weimar government who was assasinated in Berlin, 1922.

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