Objects & Places from In the Garden of Beasts: Love, Terror, and an American Family in Hitler's Berlin

Erik Larson
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University of Chicago

This was where a professor was contacted to fill an important position.

Washington, D. C.

This was where a professor traveled to in order to meet with the President.

State Department

The ambassador reported to this department.

Nazi Party

This was a movement in the 1930's and though they were first seen as activists by many, they were a violent and brutal regime.

Berlin, Germany

This was where a man lived for four years of service.

Reichstag Building Arson Trial

This was a pivotal event that helped to establish the Nazi Party, but was believed to be purposeful in order to gain support.

Night of Long Knives

This refers to June 30, 1934 and was a bloody evening that brought Hitler to full power.

Tiergarten

This was the location of the ambassador's residence and was also a large park, translated as "garden of the beasts."

Virginia Farm

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