Anonyma Eine Frau in Berlin

Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)  Video

Posted by mr2006 at March 30, 2010
Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)

Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)
720p | MKV | German | Sub: ENG | 2h 11min | 5.84 GB | 1280x544 | x264 - 4858kbps | DTS - 1536kbps
Genre: Drama | War


A nameless woman keeps a diary as the Russians invade Berlin in the spring of 1945. She is in her early 30s, a patriotic journalist with international credentials; her husband, Gerd, a writer, is an officer at the Russian front. She speaks Russian and, for a day or two after the invasion, keeps herself safe, but then the rapes begin. She resolves to control her fate and invites the attentions of a Russian major, Andreij Rybkin. He becomes her protector of sorts subject to pressures from his own fellow soldiers and officers. Dramas play out in the block of flats where she lives. Is she an amoral traitor? She asks, "How do we go on living?" And what of Gerd and her diary?

Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)  Video

Posted by daggeroftime at Oct. 21, 2009
Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)

Anonyma - Eine Frau in Berlin (2008)
DVDRip | AVI | German | Subtitles: English/Polish (No hard sub.) | 699 MB | 02:06:07
Video: XVID 624x256 25.00fps 634Kbps | Audio: MPEG Audio Layer 3 48000Hz stereo 127Kbps
Genre: Drama/War

"A Woman In Berlin" is a powerful and uncompromising depiction of the conquest of Berlin and the terror perpetrated on its female citizens by the Red Army. Based on the diary of an anonymous female journalist, A Woman In Berlin: Eight Weeks In The Conquered City, the film captures the fear and hopelessness of women enslaved by their sex while paying testament to the resiliency of the female spirit.

Eine Frau in Berlin. Tagebuchaufzeichnungen vom 20. April bis 22. Juni 1945  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at June 11, 2013
Eine Frau in Berlin. Tagebuchaufzeichnungen vom 20. April bis 22. Juni 1945

Anonyma, "Eine Frau in Berlin. Tagebuchaufzeichnungen vom 20. April bis 22. Juni 1945"
2003 | ISBN: 3821847379 | 300 pages | EPUB | 3,3 MB

Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by roxul at Jan. 3, 2017
Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin

Ulrike Sterblich, "Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin"
German | ISBN: 3499628406 | 2012 | 368 pages | EPUB | 6 MB

Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin (West)  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by arundhati at Dec. 12, 2016
Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin (West)

Ulrike Sterblich, "Die halbe Stadt, die es nicht mehr gibt: Eine Kindheit in Berlin (West)"
2012 | German | ISBN-10: 3499628406 | 368 pages | EPUB, MOBI, AZW3, PDF | 25 MB

Sommer in Berlin 2017  Magazines

Posted by Torries at July 19, 2017
Sommer in Berlin 2017

Sommer in Berlin 2017
German | 264 pages | PDF | 75 MB

Familie in Berlin 2017-2018  Magazines

Posted by Torries at July 19, 2017
Familie in Berlin 2017-2018

Familie in Berlin 2017-2018
German | 196 pages | PDF | 133 MB
Frauenversteher: Das Buch für alle, die entweder ein Mann oder eine Frau sind (Repost)

Carsten Höfer, "Frauenversteher: Das Buch für alle, die entweder ein Mann oder eine Frau sind"
German | 2012 | ISBN: 3517087211 | 208 pages | EPUB, MOBI, AZW3 | 2 MB

Einstein in Berlin  eBooks & eLearning

Posted by tarantoga at May 23, 2017
Einstein in Berlin

Thomas Levenson, "Einstein in Berlin"
ISBN: 055310344X, 0553378449 | 2003 | EPUB | 496 pages | 1004 KB

Gerry Mulligan - Midas Touch: Live in Berlin (2003)  Music

Posted by Designol at May 21, 2017
Gerry Mulligan - Midas Touch: Live in Berlin (2003)

Gerry Mulligan - Midas Touch: Live in Berlin (2003)
EAC | FLAC | Image (Cue&Log) ~ 394 Mb | Mp3 (CBR320) ~ 162 Mb | Scans included
Cool, West Coast, Mainstream Jazz | Label: Concord | # CCD 2169-2 | 01:09:19

A little less than eight years after it occurred, Concord Records issued this concert, originally broadcast on German radio, from Gerry Mulligan's last European tour, performed less than a year before his death. Mulligan appears with his regular band of the time – pianist Ted Rosenthal, bassist Dean Johnson, and drummer Ron Vincent – playing a group of originals that serve as springboards for his lyrical style of baritone saxophone playing. The group, which had been together for several years at this point, plays smoothly, offering excellent support to the leader. A special treat is the final track, a version of "These Foolish Things" on which Mulligan duets with guest star Dave Brubeck. The album demonstrates that, in his maturity, Mulligan continued to live up to the standards he had set for himself across a career stretching back 45 years. There are no real revelations this late in the game, but Mulligan and the band play with the assurance of veterans.