Metropolis, 1927

Original art deco poster designed for the theatrical release of "Metropolis," the 1927 German expressionist science-fiction film directed by Fritz Lang.

Berlin cabaret poster, 1920s.

the-seed-of-europe: “ Berlin cabaret poster, “The idyllic gay portrait of dapper German officers in capes and peaked caps transfixed by demure Line-Boys (teenage male prostitutes that worked.

Antique German Print - Cabaret in the Weimar Republic - Berlin 1930 - Kempinski's Haus Vaterland

Antique German Print - Cabaret in the Weimar Republic - Berlin 1929 1930 - Kempinski's Haus Vaterland

Weimar Republic - Cabaret

Last Day of Decadence: Wunderbar Weimar

Enjoy the extraordinary flowering of the arts and culture, freedom and jazz that was Berlin! The University of London Union proudly presents with massive delight our first ever Vintage night:…

Cover of The Lesbians of Berlin (1928) - Writer : Ruth Roellig (1878-1969). Preface by German sexologist and activist Magnus Hirschfeld.

Cover of "The Lesbians of Berlin" Writer : Ruth Roellig Preface by german sexologist and activist Magnus Hirschfeld. A relic of the Weimar Republic, before the rise of the Nazis

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Valeska Gert first made her name in the early Weimar Republic with interpretive routines which expanded the vocabulary of dance just as Expressionist painters were doing in figurative art.

Emcee :: margo lion - Weimar Cabaret

wehadfacesthen:Margo Lion, cabaret artist in Weimar Berlin, friend and sometime singing partner of Marlene Dietrich

"Mädi", 1931 From the Book “Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin” Expanded Edition, by Mel Gordon, Feral House, 2006 (Source: Flickr)

“Mädi”, 1931 From the Book “Voluptuous Panic: The Erotic World of Weimar Berlin” Expanded Edition, by Mel Gordon, Feral House, 2006

Lost Womyn's Space: The lost lesbian bars of Weimar Berlin

The Lesbians of Berlin The lost lesbian bars of Weimar Berlin Location: Berlin, Germany Founded: 1918 Closed: 1933 Fi.

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