A Dance Between Flames


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Focusing on Berlin's heyday as a hotbed of both artistic excellence and moral decadence, this survey also assesses the political and historical factors that encouraged - or failed to prevent - the rise of Nazism. Between November 1919 and September 1939, many of this century's most sensational events in politics, the arts, theatre, cinema and night life took place in Berlin, where vulgarity and greatness lived side by side. High culture, epitomized in the works of Brecht, Max Reinhardt and Erwin Piscator, was matched by the ...

A Dance Between Flames 1995, Abacus, London

ISBN-13: 9780349106298

Mass-market paperback