The Radio On team, Adrian Shephard, Jason Honea and Rinus van Alebeek travelled to the east of Berlin, to Karlshorst to the exact place where during the division of the town the Soviets had their headquarter. Now it hosts a museum dedicated to the Soviet side of WWII. The villa was also the place where the German capitulation was signed.
Jason and Rinus visit the central hall and the exhibition. They describe in detail and add some historic information to what they see, the dirty face of war. And of course it ends with a little discussion about the now and then.
Recorded and edited by Adrian Shephard. Music by Ken Shakin and Testcard.
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