The new cabinet exhibit "Born in ‘89 – Children of the Change" is comprised into two sections: one containing exciting biographies and displays of people who were born in the last year of the DDR with the other section highlighting important objects of 1989.
We often talk about the generation which was marked by the fall of the Wall and the reunification of Germany. But what has become of the children of the German unification, called "Wendekinder" in German, who were born in the DDR? This exhibit portrays how the lives of 16 young adults born in 1989 were influenced by the country and government they never truly lived under. How did Germany's reunification shape their lives? What do they expect from their lives in today's East Germany?
Copyright: DDR Museum, Berlin 2018 (both pictures)
Copyright: Michael Handelmann/SUPERillu