One of the best free museums in Berlin and near Hackescher Markt. The eccentric old attendant with the most extravagant moustache we’d ever seen was very friendly. Otto Weidt ran a brush-making workshop of largely blind jews during the war and bribed the Gestapo at length to protect and later hide his workers. Walked through a number of room displays with photos and accounts of his bravery – picked up some literature and also purchased a book here.
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