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The Golden Twenties was a vibrant period in the history of Berlin , Germany , Europe and the world in general. After the Greater Berlin Act the city became the third largest municipality in the world  and experienced its heyday as a major world city. It was known for its leadership roles in science, the humanities, music, film, higher education, government, diplomacy, industries and military affairs. The Weimar Republic era began in the midst of several major movements in the fine arts.
German Expressionism had begun before World War I and continued to have a strong influence throughout the s, although artists were increasingly likely to position themselves in opposition to expressionist tendencies as the decade went on. This culture was often considered to be decadent and socially disruptive by rightists. Film was making huge technical and artistic strides during this period of time in Berlin, and gave rise to the influential movement called German Expressionism.
The so-called mystical arts also experienced a revival during this time-period in Berlin, with astrology , the occult , and esoteric religions and off-beat religious practices becoming more mainstream and acceptable to the masses as they entered popular culture. Berlin in the s also proved to be a haven for English writers such as W.
Auden , Stephen Spender and Christopher Isherwood , who wrote a series of 'Berlin novels' , inspiring the play I Am a Camera , which was later adapted into a musical, Cabaret , and an Academy Award winning film of the same name.
Spender's semi-autobiographical novel The Temple evokes the attitude and atmosphere of the time. The sciences were especially favored — from to Albert Einstein rose to public prominence during his years in Berlin, being awarded the Nobel Prize for Physics in Hirschfeld believed that an understanding of homosexuality could be arrived at through science.