"Our tour guides online" - A series of the German-Russian Museum Berlin-Karlshorst

During the pandemic-related closing time, the museum's freelance exhibition guides produce short video tours. They give a virtual insight into the exhibitions and topics of the museum.

We will publish a new video here about every 14 days.

The videos have English subtitles, which can be switched on and off with the CC symbol by watching via YouTube.

We look forward to your feedback!

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Petra Sopper about "War Consequences and Memories"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Elisabeth Anschütz about "Women in the Red Army"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Robert Fissenewert about the "tank memorial"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Anja Ortelbach about the "Commissar Order"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Robert Fissenewert about "Traces of the Capitulation Museum"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Elisabeth Anschütz about "hunger policy"

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Petra Sopper about the blockade of Leningrad

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Victoria Ryabova about the surrender on 8 May 1945 in Karlshorst

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or on the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

Anja Ortelbach about the Anti-Hitler Coalition

(You can switch to a larger view by clicking on YouTube or the symbol to the right. On YouTube you can use the CC symbol to show English subtitles.)

 

    Robert Fissenewert studied art and history. He has been guiding groups through the German-Russian Museum since 2005. He works as a lecturer in various houses on contemporary history topics in Berlin.

     

    Elisabeth Anschütz studied cultural studies and museum management and communication. She has been accompanying groups through the German-Russian Museum since 2010. She works as a museum and memorial educator in various institutions on the subject of National Socialism. Her focus is on historical-political educational work.

     

    Petra Sopper studied foreign languages ​​and economics and has been accompanying groups in the German-Russian Museum since 2017. She takes on historical tours in Berlin and Potsdam and also leads in the Lindenstrasse Memorial in Potsdam and for the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation.

     

    Victoria Ryabova studied chemistry / physics and art history and has been a tour guide for the German-Russian Museum since 2015. She also gives tours at the memorials in Hohenschönhausen and in Leistikowstrasse, for the Prussian Palaces and Gardens Foundation and the House of Brandenburg-Prussian History.

     

    Anja Ortelbach studied prehistory and archeology and has been guiding groups through the museum since 2016. She also offers historical city tours through Berlin and Potsdam and, as a licensed external guide, accompanies groups of visitors through the memorial and the Sachsenhausen Museum.