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MDR SACHSENSPIEGEL 14.11.2014, 19:00

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"Die Kanzlerin Direkt"

An Interview between Angela Merkel and the Historian Frank Drauschke about Europeana 1914-1918
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RBB ZIBB of 05/12/2014, 18:30

"Europeana 1914-1918" by Ralph Stolle, zibb guest - Frank Drauschke
RBB ZIBB of 05/12/2014, 18:30
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RBB STILBRUCH of 23/01/2014 at 10:15 pm

"Europeana - Erinnerungen aus dem Alltag im Ersten Weltkrieg" A feature at RBB about the First World War and the project "Europeana 1914-1918"
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KLARTEXT, 27.02.2008, Under suspicion: Looted Art at a Berlin museum

TV Broadcast of Klartext / RBB on a new case of "aryanization" of a Berlin art collection. Beate Schreiber on the provenance of the painting "Church of Niedergrunstedt" ("Kirche von Niedergrunstedt") (1919) by Lyonel Feininger now on display at the Neue Nationalgalerie in Berlin.Arisierungs"fall einer Berliner Kunstsammlung. 

 

ZDF aspekte, November 25, 2005, 11.15 pm

"170 Destinies. Stalin's victims from Western Germany". A broadcast on the research project "Shot in Moscow..." German victims of Stalin's Terror at the Donskoje cemetery 1950 to 1953

 

ZDF Frontal 21, September 6, 2005, 9 pm

"Hastily buried in common graves. Ulbricht and the German victims of Stalin's terror". A broadcast on the research project "Shot in Moscow..." German victims of Stalin's terror at the Donskoje cemetery 1950 to 1953

 

Television

1TV.ru of 06/28/2014 © Первый канал

1TV.ru of 06/28/2014

by Ivan Gut: Commemorating the 100th anniversary of the assassination of Archduke Franz Ferdinand of Austria

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France 24, January 24, 2014

Nazi-Looted Property: Righting the Wrongs of the Past

ZIBB-Magazin, rbb of 04/30/2012

"The First World War in everyday documents" Report by Daniel Gäsche, Interview with: Frank Drauschke, Hans Bresgott, Markus Geiler.

 

Tagesschau of 03/2472011, 16 o'clock

Digital archive of the First World War, Report by Oliver Jarasch
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ARD Kulturreport, December 4, 2005, 11 pm

"50 years without a trace. How Moscow secretly executed nearly 1,000 Germans"

 

ARD Kulturreport, Septemer 11, 2005, 11 pm

"Art investigators and researchers raise an alarm"

 

(Tiscali Netnews) N-TV, May 24, 2002

3 minute TV-broadcast by Kersten Schüßler

 

Radio


RBB Inforadio, Vis à vis of 08/20/2014, 10:45

"Die Längste Menschenkette der Geschichte/ The Longest human chain of history", Interview with Frank Drauschke about his memories of the summer and autumn of 1989 and the project Europeana 1989.
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Wien24 of 07/22/2014, 14:00

Frank Drauschke at "Guten Abend, Wien" about the Europeana 1914-1918 Roadshow in Vienna. Crowdsourcing day on 1 August, 10 am to 6 pm, ORF RadioKulturhaus
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Europeana 1914-1918 on Montagsradio

“The broken hat of grandfather” – tell history together, by Kaja Wesner, Interview with: Frank Drauschke
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Deutschlandfunk, Kultur Heute of 03/24/2011

Culture News of the day by Antje Allroggen, Interview with Frank Drauschke
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Deutschlandfunk, 09.05.2008, Company Portrait of Facts & Files

Feature by Francisca Zecher "History as Business. A Berlin Company researches the history of enterprises." Interview with Frank Drauschke and Beate Schreiber

 

Deutschlandfunk, 4.01.2008, Margarethe Loebenstein and Hedwig Bollhagen

Radio feature by Rosemarie Mieder and Gislinde Schwarz, Deutschlandfunk "Margarethe Loebenstein and Hedwig Bollhagen. A daily life story of the Third Reich. Interview with Beate Schreiber on the "Aryanization" of the Ceramic Hael-workshops at Marwitz, near by Berlin.
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SWR2 Forum, 26.10.2007, 5:05 pm

"Mit Promotion ins Prekariat? Der Arbeitsmarkt für Geisteswissenschaftler". An interview with Olaf Zimmermann (Head of the "Deutscher Kulturrat"), Beate Schreiber and Stefan Schaede (Research Institute of the "Evangelischen Studiengemeinschaft", Heidelberg). Moderation by Burkhard Müller-Ullrich

 

Deutschlandfunk, 27.09.2007

"Keine brotlose Kunst". Interview about the "Year of the Humanities" and entrepreneurship, Deutschlandfunk Campus und Karriere
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Inforadio, February 28, 2006

A broadcast by Mechthild Lanfermann: A discussion with Beate Schreiber about the success of Facts & Files

 

Deutschlandfunk Campus & Karriere, September 30, 2005, 2.35 pm

Campus & Karriere presents the manifold projects of Facts & Files and introduces the work of our team of historians
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Inforadio, October 22, 2003

Michael Castritius in discussion with Frank Drauschke