Thursday 4 January 2018


Last December, we had a case in the historic city of Berlin. Taking advantage of our work visit and having finished the service, we decided to take a break to get into the gloom of German espionage, more specifically in the Deutsches Spionage Museum, located in the heart of the city.

We stopped the time in more than 3,000 square meters of the museum of the capital of the spies, where we could delight in the chronological evolution fractionated in 4 historical times, from the bible and the still used encryption of Julio Cesar, until the espionage used in the first and second World War, a journey through the past, the present and the future of one of the oldest professions, considered mysterious, dark and at the same time mortal.

Through technology, you can learn about great professionals in the sector, such as Oliver Cromwell or Rainer Rupp alias "Topas", together with the fascinating methods and gadgets of secret services that have been used for all time, such as: encryption, hidden messages, lethal poisons, complex devices and unimaginable listening devices and image recording...

In short, it is an unparalleled experience and an essential visit for any research professional or ordinary citizen, who wants to be educated and reflect on this fascinating subject. So you know, if you drop by the city of the wall we strongly recommend the assistance to this wonderful space of the German capital.

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Then we leave a video presentation of the museum.

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