World War I is regarded in European and particularly German history as the "original catastrophe" of the bloody 20th century. 100 years later, the book asks how the war is remembered in contemporary and documentary films, and how it is considered by the Middle East, as the modern demarcation of the region was brought about by the war.
Michael Elm: "World War I in Film Memory"
The author discusses with journalist Maria Sterkl about the oft forgotten aspects of the war – the effects of which reverberate to this day.
Language: On site Hebrew, in Zoom German.