The Berlin Boxing Club Setting

Robert Sharenow
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Holstein Gymnasium

The Holstein Gymnasium is the school that Karl attends. It is in this school that he is beaten badly by members of The Wolf Pack, boys who are Nazi followers. After the enforcement of the Nuremberg Laws, Karl, along with four other boys with Jewish background, are ejected from the school.

Galerie Stern

The Galerie Stern is the name of the building that houses Sig Stern’s art gallery. After he is no longer able to make money selling the artwork of expressionist artists, the gallery closes. The family later lives in the gallery building after they are evicted from their apartment because they are Jews. It is in this gallery that Karl first meets Max and is promised boxing lessons.

Berlin Boxing Club

Although the club technically does not accept youth members, Max invites Karl to come and train with him at the Berlin Boxing Club...

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