Architecture, Modernism

Monumentality and Modernity in Hitler’s Berlin

The contentious relationship between modernism and totalitarianism is a key element in the architectural history of the twentieth century. Post-war historiography refused to admit any overlap between the high modernism of the 1920s and the architecture of National Socialism, as it contradicted the definition of modernism as the essential architectural expression of liberal democracy. However,… Continue reading Monumentality and Modernity in Hitler’s Berlin