maybe I sould rename it into pic every second day?
mah diesn't matter
ok, here we go:
again, it's from Pankow, even the same street as last time: Ossietzystrasse
but this time it's a much simple, closed up figure – a working girl, kind of typical for the early 1950th:
created by Gertrud Claasen it's named Aufbauhelferin from 1952 – the tile is kind of hard to translate – but it goes along the way of female re-building helper (after the war, in to a new society)
I like her faint smile and the straightness of her back
she represents an important part of history – the fact that mostly women re-build the destroyed homes after the war(s), not only here in Germany, but basically everywhere in the world