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Newspaper sellers next to Bahnhof Alexanderplatz in the 1920s: the one-leg stools were their standard work equipment.

In December 1926 Berlin´s newsagents offered their customers as many as 147 newspapers – 120 of them dailies – and 2,486 magazines. 9 more words


SL12B - Overwhelming!

SL12B was scheduled to close June 28, but the builds continue to be open until July 4. I think performances have finished. As usual, for any information on SL12B, go to their website… 555 more words

A German tale, stunning Machinima made in the 1920s Berlin Project

Well known artist Ole Etzel, who was the subject of an excellent ‘Drax Files’ episode, moved in to a small dirty damp apartment in our 1920s Berlin sim and created a wonderful… 200 more words

1920s Berlin

Being a Gigolo in 1920s Berlin

In the olden days, a gigolo wasn’t exactly what it is today.
Generally it just meant a gentleman who danced with ladies for money.

Gigolo’s or ‘Eintänzer’ (one (dance) dancer) as they were called in Germany, were very common in 1920s Berlin, often dashing young handsome men in nice outfits who would stand to the side in dance halls waiting for a gesture or to be asked to dance with whoever was willing to pay them. 696 more words

1920s Berlin Project

1920s Berlin Project sponsors monument to World War two victim

To us the 1920s Berlin project is more than just a roleplaying 3D world for our little community.

It is also about the past, trying to learn from history, envisioning what Berlin was like before the Nazis took over and trying to understand the dark times that followed and the damage done by the horrible things that found their origin in the 1920s. 464 more words

Real Life

Heading to Gatsby's Place

Photographed on the Unter den Linden, 1920s Berlin.

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