Views of downtown Berlin including Brandenburg Gate, Victory Column, Friedrich II, Siegesallee statues, Hindenburg statue
Berlin Germany Date:1919, May Duration:2 min 26 sec Sound:NO SOUND
Views of monuments and famous landmarks in Berlin Germany. Brandenburg Gate and Quadriga atop the Gate. Pedestrian, horse, and vehicle traffic near the gates. Traffic along the Unter Den Linden boulevard. Monuments of Berlin including war heroes, Victory Column, and then a view of the Equestrian Statue of Friedrich II. Also seen is statue in Siegesallee created by sculptor Reinhold Begas (and likely August Krauss) in 1900, commemorating German Emperor William I. Bust on the left of the William I statue commemorates Helmuth von Moltke the Elder, and the bust on the right is of Otto von Bismarck. Next is scene of statue of President Paul von Hindenburg. Group of school children in lines walking in the city. An organized line of people processing near the Brandenburg Gate, as seen from high in a building nearby.
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