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The changing German Maritime Museum

The German Maritime Museum is in transition. As a Leibniz Institute, it makes its research work visible with new exhibition concepts. read on

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06.01.2021

DSM investigates colonial history of museum objects

In its role as a research museum, the DSM asks about the origin of its own exhibits. When it…read more

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21.12.2020

New digital offering from the DSM: A research journey via radio play

The new radio play "Research at Sea" reveals everything that happens on board a research ship,…read more

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11.12.2020

Excellent equal opportunities

For the fourth time in a row, the DSM has been awarded the TOTAL E-QUALITY award, which stands…read more

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17.11.2020

Special exhibition "MAPS KNOWLEDGE SEA - Globalization from the water" opens digitally

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23.10.2020

Virtual start of the new research project on the Hanse

What goods were traded by the inhabitants of the Orkney and Shetland Islands during the early…read more

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20.10.2020

Exhibition KOGGE meets PLAYMOBIL ends after great success next Sunday

Until Sunday, October 25, interested parties have the opportunity to see the exhibition.read more

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16.10.2020

Virtual start of the new research project on the Hanse

What goods were traded by the inhabitants of the Orkney and Shetland Islands during the early…read more

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09.10.2020

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30.09.2020

FRAME lighting installation celebrates its premiere

Shortly before the 30th anniversary of German reunification, the permanent lighting…read more

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27.08.2020

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06.05.2020

German Maritime Museum opens again: Special offers for pupils and families with children in times of the Corona crisis

The state of Bremen has lifted the ban on opening museums imposed in the wake of the Corona…read more

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23.03.2020

App to the museum for everyone?

People with cognitive impairments or people with dementia should be able to visit the museum…read more

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17.03.2020

"Seeing the 'Other'?" The Perception of Foreign Cultures in Photographic Travel Albums

The research and exhibition project "Seeing the Other?" discusses, among other things, the…read more

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14.03.2020

CURRENTLY NO VISITS POSSIBLE

Due to developments around the spread of the coronavirus, the German Maritime Museum cannot be…read more

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04.03.2020

Kogge meets PLAYMOBIL – The story of a ship retold

In the special exhibition "Kogge meets PLAYMOBIL - The story of a ship retells" Oliver Schaffer…read more

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03.03.2020

Provenance research at the German Maritime Museum: An old engine and its history in the NS era

Since 1976, the single-cylinder four-stroke engine has been part of the collection of the…read more

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20.02.2020

The long arm of the Hanseatic League

The economic development of Scottish islands in the early modern era is the subject of a new…read more

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30.01.2019

"Today he would probably be Influencer" - DSM researches photographic collection of Hanns Tschira

He was one of the most famous on-board photographers of his time and a companion of the North…read more

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30.01.2019

History of the POLARSTERN

A provocative question helped POLARSTERN to a breakthrough and thus marked the beginning of an…read more

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Hawkins Warming Stripes on the roof of the German Maritime Museum

Climate change is currently one of the most important and most discussed problems of mankind.…read more

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