Berlin Maintains Clock Of Lives (Nov, 1936)

This thing must have gotten really annoying during WWII.

Berlin Maintains Clock Of Lives
A CLOCK of Lives operated by the Statistical Office in Berlin, Germany, informs spectators that the German population is constantly increasing. To insure being seen by many people, the clock was placed in Doenhoff-Place, a busy Berlin thoroughfare.

2 comments
  1. Hirudinea says: April 24, 201310:18 am

    In the summer of ’44 it was spinning back so fast people used it for the breeze.

  2. Toronto says: April 24, 20133:47 pm

    They’d have had to have been cuckoo to keep that clock running during a war.

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