Looking forward to our German TV debut on Arte Sunday night, we dug up our favorite blog posts about the youth of Germany.
Posts Tagged: Germany
Ilse Bing, Leica Queen
Ilse Bing, known as “The Queen of Leica” was an avant-garde photographer and pioneer of monochrome images, born in 1899 in Frankfurt-am-Main, Germany.
“I Was a Nazi and Here’s Why”: The New Yorker on Melita Maschmann’s Memoir
In Teenage, portraits of a four emblematic youth from history are woven into the larger narrative about the emergence of youth culture.
Frank Eugene, Teen Girl Portraits
Portraits of teenage girls by American photographer, Frank Eugene (1865-1936), who started taking photographs at the age of fifteen.
German Jewish Teens, 1961
Photographs by Leonard Freed of Jewish youths in Dusseldorf, Germany, 1961.
In the late 1940s American girls (and boys) spice up Heidelberg, Germany in an unruly mix of saddle shoes and lederhosen.
Yankees – Halbstarke (1965)
Lyrics: They race (biduah, biduah) / through the streets / and the alleys / they are deserted / blonde beehives / with bands in the hair / and on the black leather that they wear.
RIP Gad Beck: Teen Gay Jewish Resister
Gad Beck, teenage World War II Jewish resistance fighter and gay activist, passed away in Berlin this past Sunday June 24th, just days before his 89th birthday.
Teenagers hiking across the German countryside is nothing new.
Iris von Wunsch Teruel: Esperanto Youth
Esperanto is a universal language that was invented in the 1870s by the utopian idealist Dr.