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Celebrated photographer David LaChapelle gets artsy with Maybach [UPDATE: Video added]

by Jonny Lieberman (RSS feed) on Dec 8th, 2009 at 7:57PM

While its enduring legacy will forever be crippling hyperinflation and the inability to fight the rise of Nazism, Germany's post World War I Weimar Republic has something of a positive, cultural heritage. In the late 1920s and early 1930s, theater, art, architecture (Bauhaus anyone?) and music all flourished in pre-Hitler Germany. Cabaret and promiscuity in general became so widespread that conservatives had to busy themselves banning jazz and passing laws against teenagers purchasing pornography. Long story short, Berlin was quite the place to be during the Jazz Age. And not a bad... Read More

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