The History of the Brandenburg Women's Relief Society
On 28th October 2010, the exhibition on "The History of the Brandenburg Women's Relief" was opened. In telling the stories both of the society and of the individuals connected with it, the exhibition shows how the Women's Relief, despite its predominantly conservative attitude towards women, adapted to social change and thereby brought forth some outstandingly successful women.
The exhibition was made possible by generous financial support from many donors. Exhibits were loaned by numerous private individuals as well as the Brandenburg Main State Archive, the Federal Archives, the Potsdam-Stralsund Sisterhood of the Evangelical Women's Relief, the Niederlausitz Museum in Luckau, and Falkensee Museum and Gallery, as well as Evangelical archives, libraries and institutions.
Soviet Secret Service Base "Military Town No. 7"
To complement the fourteen information pillars on the history trail through the area of former secret service base "Military Town No. 7", we offer comprehensive online content so you can explore particular aspects of the open-air material in greater depth. Background information, historical photographs and eyewitness accounts can all be accessed easily on your smartphone or tablet PC via QR codes on the pillars.