Summary of Harald Jähner's Aftermath Summary of Harald Jähner's Aftermath

Summary of Harald Jähner's Aftermath

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#1 The end of the war in Berlin was on 30 April, but in Aachen, 640 kilometers west of Berlin, the war had already been over for six months. In Duisburg, the war had been over in the districts to the west of the Rhine since 28 March, but in the east it raged for another 16 days.

#2 The idea of Zero Hour was emblematic of the elemental break that Germany had experienced. It was the start of no man’s time; laws had been overruled, yet no one was responsible for anything.

#3 In Berlin, journalist Ruth AndreasFriedrich, doctor Walter Seitz, actor Fred Denger, and GermanRussian musical conductor Leo Borchard found a white ox in the middle of the city. They brought it outside and killed it with two pistol shots. Everyone immediately began fighting over the meat.

#4 The end of the war in Berlin didn’t happen everywhere at the same time. It was 11 days before the Red Army had advanced to the last innercity districts. In Berlin, life had calmed down to such an extent that Ruth AndreasFriedrich was able to move back into her severely battered apartment.

GENRE
Geschichte
ERZÄHLER:IN
AM
AI Marcus
SPRACHE
EN
Englisch
DAUER
01:12
Std. Min.
ERSCHIENEN
2022
21. April
VERLAG
Everest Media LLC
GRÖSSE
48.8
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