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Lesen in Berlin. Geschichte der öffentlichen Bibliotheken von 1850 bis 1980 by Götz von Coburg3/80
Vom Rondell zum Karree. Zwischen Halleschem Tor und Brandenburger Tor - die Geschichte eines Berliner Straßenzuges by Hans-Joachim Kitzerow3/84
Berliner Forum 7/78 : Der Berliner Botanische Garten : Seine 300jährige Geschichte vom Hof- und Küchengarten des Großen Kurfürsten zur wissenschaftlichen Forschungsstätte by Friedrich Karl Timler197807
Berliner Forum 2/79 : Der Berliner Bär : Kleine Geschichte eines Stadtsymbols in Siegel, Wappen und Flagge by Hans J. Reichhardt197902
Berliner Forum 5/83 : Der Baumeister des Brandenburger Tores : Historiographisches über den Architekten Carl Gotthard Langhans by Regulus Velin198305
Berliner Forum 1/85 : Berlin ’85/’86198501
Berliner Forum 4/85 : Vom Seepferdchen bis zum Krokodil : Vergangenheit und Gegenwart des Berliner Zoo-Aquariums by Heinz-Georg Klös198504
Berliner Forum 5/85 : Berlins kulturelles Leben 1984 : Kritische Rückblicke by mehrere198505
Berliner Forum 6/85 : Stadt der Chancen : Die Regierungserklärung v. 25.4.1985 d. Regierenden Bürgermeisters v. Berlin by Eberhard Diepgen198506
Berliner Forum 7/85 : Meine Berliner Jahre : Erinnerungen an den Rundfunk der Nachkriegszeit by Thilo Koch198507
Berliner Forum 8/85 : Als die Hugenotten kamen … : Das Potsdamer Edikt des Großen Kurfürsten by Christiane Eifert198508
Berliner Forum 3/90 : Wie vor 70 Jahren Groß-Berlin entstand by Andreas Splanemann199003

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