Germany

  1. Wait, what? How a double-agent codenamed Zigzag two-timed everyone

    Eddie Chapman, a former safecracker, worked for both sides in World War II, and had three fiancées. He also may have saved London from many bombings. ... Read more

  2. Discover Egypt with Roland Unger on Wikivoyage

    This German chemical physics lecturer has traveled to Egypt 30 times, and has shared his experiences with the world by writing several hundred articles on Wikivoyage.... Read more

  3. Why I write about battleships

    Nate Ott has written hundreds of Wikipedia articles about German warships, including every major ship from the 1860s to World War II. We asked why.... Read more

  4. It “revolutionized the way German-speaking people inform themselves about the world”: Fifteen years of the German Wikipedia

    It’s been so revolutionary that it has even become the de facto replacement for the Brockhaus—the German equivalent of the Encyclopædia Britannica.... Read more

  5. Collective Impact for the Wikimedia Movement

    At the recent Wikimedia Conference in Berlin, participants discussed the Collective Impact approach, and its applications for our movement. Nikki Zeuner, responsible for Development & Partnerships at Wikimedia Deutschland, introduces the approach and explains why it is relevant and useful to our movement, as we try to understand what makes collaboration work.... Read more

  6. Wikipedians celebrate Germany’s first Open-Source-Beer

  7. Road sign cites Wikipedia

    The road sign is located at Hamburg, the second-largest city in Germany.... Read more