More than 20 museums in Switzerland, in Alsace and in Baden-Württemberg take a joint look at the end of the First World War 100 years ago. Alsace becomes French, Baden and Germany change from the monarchy to a republic, Switzerland is shaken by a general strike. The 1920s are characterised by great economic crises, but there are also successes. Modern developments can be discerned in art, in new forms and styles of life and in the changed role of women.
In this exhibition, the era of the Weimar Republic in Müllheim is examined more closely and documented for the first time.