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The Deutsches Historisches Museum (German Historical Museum) is national historical museum of Germany. It was founded as part of a collaboration by the Federal Republic of Germany and the State of Berlin on the initiative of the former Federal Chancellor, Helmut Kohl in 1987 but with the historical events in Germany and the Berlin wall the following year, those plans never came to fruition.
The buildings and collections of the Museum für Deutsche Geschichte (MfDG) were transferred to the ownerschip of the Deutsches Historisches Museum within the framework of the contract on German reunification.
The collection of the Deutsches Historisches Museum now comprises some 900,000 objects from which 8,000 are on exhibited, whose historical testimonial value is utterly unique, are displayed, presenting a lively, vivid tableau of bygone days. German history is thereby placed in an international context.
The permanent exhibition is supplemented by temporary special exhibitions housed in the modern exhibition building.