Past events
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The two German revolutions of 1848 and 1989 were a struggle for the attainment of various civil liberties and the desire to redeem the concept of “liberty, equality and fraternity,” which was also used in the GDR. Political scientist Judith C. Enders and curator Martin Düspohl will talk about the handling of violence – especially in 1848 – and repression, but also about different strategies of democratic coping with revolutionary movements.