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KONRAD ZUSE BUILDS WORLD´S FIRST COMPUTER

Between 1936 and 1938 a young engineer named Konrad Zuse – who was born on this day in 1910 in Wilmersdorf and later lived with his family in Wrangelkiez in Kreuzberg – was busy re-decorating his parents´ living room in the house at Number 10. 592 more words

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TODAY IN BERLIN: THE DAY WHEN ANHALTER BAHNHOF OPENED

On June 15, 1880 crowds of Berliners made themselves on the way to Askanischer Platz in today´s Kreuzberg. They flocked in to witness the grand opening of one of the largest railway stations in Europe and worldwide. 91 more words

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ALFRED FLATOW, THE OLYMPIC CHAMPION FROM KREUZBERG

Today, April 6th, marks not only the 88th birthday of Berlin´s “Ubahnhof Moritzplatz”, but it is also the date of another important anniversary: exactly 120 years ago the First Olympic Games began at the Panathinaikos Stadium in Athens. 369 more words

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