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Bauhaus in America (1995)

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Three Americans - who were students there - relive the day the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in Berlin. Driven into exile, the Bauhaus masters transform America's cities, buildings, interiors, ... See full summary »

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Three Americans - who were students there - relive the day the Nazis closed the Bauhaus in Berlin. Driven into exile, the Bauhaus masters transform America's cities, buildings, interiors, graphics, and art, and are profoundly transformed themselves in the process. Their success has consequences they could never have imagined in Germany. Written by Judith Pearlman <cliofilm@mindspring.com>

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