Was it necessary to be a reporter for more than 40 years to make Berlin the city of his heart? It is necessary, like Francis Kochert, to be more than a historian of the moment, far from the caricature cliché of the journalist – to honor – in reporting always the long course – the memory of the past to better preserve the future. One must have been moved to the tears to capture in Berlin the slightest trace of the horror experienced during the fatal night of Cristal night November 9, 1938. One must be master in the art of...
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