David Binder (Narrator)
Filmed in 1979, "Potsdam: Germany's City of Ghosts" documents the compelling past and present of the East German city. Once residence to the Prussian Kings and later on the German emperors, Potsdam is known for its rich history. After serving as the location for the 1945 Potsdam Conference following the conclusion of WW2, the city went on to house the headquarters for both the Soviet army and the East German military. Narrated by seasoned New York Times correspondent, David Binder, the film allows for a closer look at the prominent city and it's current culture.