Großer Tiergarten / Postwar Period / Berlin / Germany / 1946

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1946; Berlin; Germany: post-war period; post-war years; postwar. In the Berlin Tiergarten; vegetable gardens are started by German nationals. Footage of damaged Berlin. People grow food in the Tiergarten. The former Reichstag Building is nearly destroyed in the background. Statues and the triumphal arch. Civilians collect and clear rubble and plow empty land in the Tiergarten. (Another Keyword: Siegessäule)
Reconstruction (Rebuilding) Building (Constructing) Destruction
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Tiergarten (District) Mitte (Borough) Berlin (City) Germany Mid Europe Europe (Continent)
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Vegetable Garden Garden Green Space Großer Tiergarten Park Golden Else Bronze Sculpture Sculpture (Object) Sculpture (Art) Art Culture Victory Column Column Reichstag Government Building Political Building Rubble National Monument Monument War Damage Damaged Postwar Period Bad Condition Statue Ruin Landmark (Sights) Sights Historical Footage Woman Female (Human) People Living Being Building (Edifice) Man (Human) Male (Human) Day Stock Footage
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