Adlershof in reflection of history – Walk on the occasion of the anniversary of the Kapp Putsch

Adlershof in reflection of history – Walk on the occasion of the anniversary of the Kapp Putsch

Saturday, 21. August 2021 // 14.00

Bezirksamt Treptow-Köpenick

S-Bahn station Adlershof

Ankündigung © BA Treptow-Köpenick

Credit: © BA Treptow-Köpenick

From Past to Present – Revisiting historical and political places in Treptow-Köpenick

Event series on the historical documents of discrimination, contempt for humanity and dictatorship


Saturday, 21.08.2021, 2 pm, ca. 3 hours
Meeting point S Adlershof – at the elevator

Adlershof in reflection of history

Adlershof has a turbulent history. On the occasion of the anniversary of the Kapp Putsch we would like to shed light on various elements of this history. On a tour through the old Adlershof we will take a look at the sites of the Kapp Putsch, learn about the life and work of the writer Anna Seghers and look for traces of Jewish life in the district. In addition, we will learn about the “Stolpersteine“ that have been laid in Adlershof. The event is also part of a series of events on the district’s Stolpersteine and Jewish life in Treptow-Köpenick.

 

All events are held in easy German and are free of charge. If you need translation, please send an e-mail to interaxion@offensiv91.de.

The series of events is a cooperation project of: Dokumentationszentrum NS-Zwangsarbeit, Zentrum für Demokratie Treptow-Köpenick, offensiv’91 e.V., Partnerschaft für Demokratie Treptow-Köpenick, Partnerschaft für Demokratie Schöneweide, InteraXion – Willkommensbüro für geflüchtete Menschen und Migrant*innen, Bezirksamtes Treptow-Köpenick – Integrationsbereich, Treptow-Köpenick für Vielfalt und gegen Antidiskriminierung, ARTivisten e.V., MaMis en Movimiento e.V., Lesben- und Schwulenverband Berlin-Brandenburg e.V.