Source: Picturing Little India
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In the current issue of Central European History, Jochen Hung reviews new literature on the history of the Weimar Republic, focusing on the often-used “plot” of Weimar’s cultural modernism juxtaposed with its democratic breakdown: “More than thirty years ago, Eberhard Kolb commented that the vast wealth of research on the history of the Weimar Republic made it “difficult even for a specialist to give a full account of the relevant literature.” Since then, the flood of studies on Weimar Germany has not waned, and by now it is hard even to keep track of all the review articles meant to cut a swath through this abundance. 47 more words
From Shacktown to Subsidized Housing
Housing: Downtown and Shacktown
Developers laid out new subdivisions beyond Shacktown to the east of Coxwell Avenue.
In 1909 the City of Toronto annexed the area south of the Danforth between Greenwood Avenue and the Beach. 8,050 more words