Germany in the twenties

Amateur film was an expensive hobby in the 1920s: there was 16mm film from Kodak or 9.5mm from Pathé. In Germany there were hardly any people who could and wanted to afford this luxury. And yet impressive recordings were made, mostly taken by US tourists or French people who traveled to Germany. From around 1926 films from the German upper class have also been preserved.

Berlin 1922 Unter den Linden and Brandenburg Gate
Munich 1928 sunbathing, the "New Woman" does gymnastics
Strolling in Stuttgart, 1931
Berlin 1930-1931 Potsdamer Platz and street life
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