{{currentEvent.start_hour}}{{currentEvent.end | time_en}}


Past events
{{ time.start_TS | TS2dateFormat('DD') }}
{{ time.start_TS | TS2dateFormat('MMM') }}
{{ time.start_TS | TS2dateFormat('YYYY') }}

How is history written? Who writes our history?

For Daniel Theiler, the alleged declaration of a socialist republic from the balcony of the Berlin Palace on 9 November 1918 is the starting point to consider these very questions. The film screening is accompanied by a subsequent conversation with Daniel Theiler (artist), Smina Bluth (image design), Charity Collin (actress) and Martin Sabrow (The Leibniz Centre for Contemporary History Potsdam, Director).

Moderation
Sandra Holtermann

You can also follow the event via Zoom (German, English)