Check out this free evening with lecture + film on the history of Austria during the Cold War
When: WED, February 12, 7pm–9:30pm
Where: AzW – Architekturzentrum Wien
This event ties in with the Architekturzentrum Wien’s exhibition ‘Kalter Krieg und Architektur’ (‘Cold War and Architecture’) at the time when the four allied powers of Great Britain, France, the USA and the Soviet Union controlled Austria. It will focus on cinematic reflections of the occupation, with a lecture from Karin Moser, media and contemporary historian at the University of Vienna, followed by a screening of Austrian film ‘1. April 2000’ from 1952. It should be a fascinating insight into this period of Austrian history.
Picture © Filmarchiv Austria
Recommended if you like: learning about the Cold War, history events, fascinating lectures, free things to do during the week, architecture and buildings turning you on (and the word ‘erection’ makes you think about a new building going up)