Britta Buchholz, born in 1977 in Nienburg, in Lower Saxony, Germany, is the ZDF editor for domestic, social and educational policy with a focus on elections and political conventions. From 1998 until 2004 she studied German linguistics, Spanish and business studies in Berlin, Barcelona and Bielefeld. She completed her internship at the Berlin School of Journalism in 2005, followed by further work experience at SPIEGEL, Focus and ZDF. After her internship Britta Buchholz worked as a freelance writer in Berlin for a year. During this time she published reportages about Colonia Dignidad in Chile in the Tagesspiegel and DIE ZEIT. The idea and script for the documentary “German Souls” originate from this work.

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