Category: German media

Polonäse Blankenese

An interesting phenomenon I discovered in Germany is a particular compulsion and connection to a processional circle...

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Learning German With Music

Learning German with music is one of the greatest ways to make vocab stick to your brain,...

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Learn German With TV Shows

Discover how you can learn German with TV shows and why it’s a great way to both...

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Der Hoff

Germany is certainly a land of cultural surprises; you learn to expect strange connections and differences and...

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The Bonn Women’s Museum – World’s first squatted Museum

Marianne Pitzen is a self-effacing artist who found a need and filled it. Pitzen was born in...

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German in Advertisement and Marketing

English is the language of advertisement and marketing and it is also often used by German companies...

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Modern Art in Germany – The Weserburg Museum in Bremen

Referring to itself as “the museum in the river,” the Weserburg is being unnecessarily and endearingly modest...

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Fake-News in Germany and their Impact in public

After closely following the course of the US-Election, a couple of new terms entered my vocabulary –...

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Filmmaking in Germany – Let’s go to the Kino!

Part One:  Ante-Third Reich Motion pictures were initially developed in the 1870s by the British American photographer Eadweard...

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Bud Spencer – The Incarnation of the “Haudrauf-Film”

In the year of 2016, many beloved celebrities have gone, for example, the singer Prince or Lemmy...

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