Why this Berlin church is a symbol of WWII devastation

On November 23 in 1943, 80 years ago, the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church in Berlin was bombarded and partially damaged during World War II. Check out our video to find out why the church ruins were never demolished and how the remains of the church went on to live a new life.⁠

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