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Netflix Series Dark Family Tree Poster

UPDATE!! — I’ve finally updated my tree with your insights and your changes –UPDATE!!
And if you purchased a copy – email me please, and I’ll send you the updated version.

If you haven’t started watching the new 10 episode series Dark from Netflix, start now. It is a truly fantastic time traveling, mind-job of a series. It’s like taking Stranger Things, adding 10 times the goodness and strangeness, and then adding time travel to blender your brain all the more. It is truly fantastic.

Now, please know, the rest of this particular post is going to 100% be spoiler material. View at your own risk.

Anyway, I have spent the past two weeks taking notes, diagraming, scribbling, notating my notes, scribbling my scribbles, and all of it just to fully understand the comings and goings of this show. I literally cannot think of another movie or show I have spent more time on delving into each of the characters, charting their relationships or detailing out their place in their universe. Never. Which is saying alot, because I’m the guy that thinks Inception had 7 dream layers as opposed to 3. I’m the guy that figured out the false ending of The Prestige. I’ve deconstructed the internal workings of Timelapse and chatted with the creators. I have spent a ton of time digging on so many of these crazy movies. But this diagram I am about to show you puts all of that work to shame.

I created a poster, quite accidentally. I did it for myself in the hopes of better understanding this show. And as I continued working, it got so big, I’ve decided to offer it to you guys as an official poster. Here, take a look at what my hands have wrought:

And if you’d like a physical copy of the Dark Family Tree, you can get it HERE. Heck, want it framed? You can do that HERE. Just want a digital version? Or if a digital copy is good enough, you can get that below instead. The really bad problem? It doesn’t downsize well. All my detailed notes, and connection lines blur out at normal web sizes. I will drop in a 1/10th the size version for you to see, but it really just doesn’t work well.

And if you would just like a digital copy of my Dark Family Tree, please consider a donation below. Sure, I’ll send you one for free. But after 60 hours of work, it’d be nice to recoop a little bit of that time. I have detailed out each of the characters, their relationships to one another, and even the link of shadows and the light, and I continue to make it better with each and every comment. I’ve already updated it 3 separate times with very critical changes. Anyway, thanks in advance! AND AS I MENTIONED ABOVE – THE BIG BIG FILE IS NOW UPDATED. (Is it just me or is that loud? Yeah, kinda loud.)


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But here’s what I’d like to do, I’ll drop the family tree right here, in a larger file, but maybe a 20th of the original size:

So, now, because it is impossible to read the comments on each of the characters at this size, I am going to go through each of the characters in DARK and include each of their comment blocks here. I am already working on a detailed walk through of the entire series, and I want to be able to refer to their characters, but if I have to explain each one it’ll take me a month to write that particular post. So, I will start from the left and go to the right, from 1953, to 1986, and then finally ending with 2019… ok? I won’t be commenting on each of the characters beyond what I posted on the poster. And for those interested, the detailed walk through of the show can be found here.

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Daniel Kahnwald (1953) – Daniel is the father of Ines and Jana. Ines becomes the adoptive mother of Mikkel and Jana becomes the mother to Mads and also to Ulrich. So he is the de facto royalty of the Dark series. We do not any more about him or even who his wife was.

Noah Nielsen (1953) – Hanno Taubert, or Noah, is the central evil prime mover in the world of Dark. Noah is hellbent on finding a way to create his own time machine. He tests on young boys that fail until his test on Jonas. The dead boys are deposited in other times, burning their eyes and bursting their eardrums.

Agnes Nielsen (1953) – Agnes is the mother figure for the Nielsen family, Agnes brought her son Tronte to Winden in order to return to her grandmother’s town. Agnes rents a room from Egon and potentially starts a relationship with Doris. The Nielsen family takes over the Tiedemann home between 1953 & 1986.

Bernd Doppler (1953) – Bernd Doppler is married to Greta Doppler and is most likely not the father of Helge. It was his dream to develop and created the first Nuclear power plant in Europe. He later became the first director of the power plant.

Greta Doppler (1953) – Greta Doppler is the mother of Helge, and is married to Bernd. They are one of the most powerful families in Winden through Bernd’s work at the power plant. Greta believes Bernd is not Helge’s father.

Egon Tiedemann (1953) – Egon was responsible for several key investigations, the most important was the disappearance of Mads Nielsen in 1986. Young Egon also put Ulrich in prison for the murder of Helge before he was found alive, which Ulrich admitted to. Egon also put Ulrich in prison for the false rape Katharina in 1986.

Doris Tiedemann (1953) – The mother of Claudia and the wife to Egon. Doris rents rooms out to Agnes and Tronte, who eventually take ownership of the Tiedemann. We do not see Doris after 1953. Might mean she dies between 1953 & 1986.

T. G. Tannhaus (1953) – Tannhaus is a watchmaker that meets Jonas and Ulrich at various times. And is hired by Claudia to build a time machine that is ultimately used by Jonas to collapse the wormhole.

Sebastian Krüger (1986) – Not much is known about Sebastian Kruger. He is the father of Hannah. He works as a repairman of some sort. But he is witness to a number of key time traveling individuals first hand. Mikkel and also Jonas. We are not told what, if anything, happened to his wife.

Ines Kahnwald (1986) – Ines is the daughter of Daniel, and sister to Jana. She is also the nurse that adopts Mikkel Nielsen, who becomes Michael Kahnwald. She worked at the Winden hospital in 1986. Mikkel told her that he was from the future, but she never really confirmed it until Michael left her the note before he committed suicide June 21, 2019. This note was given to Jonas by “The Stranger”and it stayed with him in spite of his attempting to destroy it.

Jana Nielsen (1986) – Jana is the wife of Tronte and the mother to Ulrich and Mads. Mads went missing in 1986 and in 2019, she still has not given up hope of finding her son. Jana knows full well that her husband, Tronte is having an affair with Claudia, and even covers for him the night Mads goes missing.

Trönte Nielsen (1986) – Father to Ulrich and Mads. Tronte is the patriarch of the Nielsen family. Tronte was abused by his father, Noah. Tronte had an affair with Claudia, the nuclear power plant manager, the first person he met in Winden. Tronte was notably absent the night of Mads’ dissappearance.

Helge Doppler (1986) – Helge may be a push over, but he is definitely central to the world of Dark. He assists Noah with his experiments and gets rid of their bodies. He also touches Jonas from 1953 through the wormhole. He also is credited with giving the ultimate sacrifice in attempting to stop himself by killing his younger self.

Claudia Tiedemann (1986) – The daughter of Egon and Doris. She has an affair with Tronte. And she becomes the first female director of the nuclear power plant. She also discovers the strange things happening at the plant, and designs plans for a self contained time machine that allows her move in and out of time independently of the caves. She works with Peter and Tronte to forward her own plans.

Hannah Kahnwald (2019) – First it must be said that Hannah is not 100%. Mother of Jonas & wife of Michael. Hannah has been in love with Ulrich since 1986, even going so far as to lie about Ulrich raping Katharina. But then again, Hannah was accidentally married to a time traveler and child from the future. So, who knows what that will do to a person.

Michael Kahnwald (2019) – Mikkel is Michael. Michael is Mikkel. Having accidentally traveled back in time, Mikkel cannot get back to 2019, and cannot tell anyone or he’ll be seen as insane. So he stays in 1986 as the son of Ines and even- tually marries Hannah. Unable to handle the mindjob that his life has become, he writes a letter explaining to Ines and then hangs himself.

Katharina Nielsen (2019) – Katharina, the wife of Ulrich and mother to Magnus, Martha, and Mikkel. She’s Winden’s school principal. She hates Regina because she thinks Regina turned Ulrich in falsely for raping her. Hannah though, was the one that filed the report and who is sleeping with Ulrich.

Ulrich Nielsen (2019) – Ulrich is the eldest son of Jana and Tronte Nielsen. Ulrich is a cop alongside Charlotte Doppler. He’s having an affair with Hannah Kahnwald. His son Mikkel vanishes and it drives Ulrich to find his son no matter the cost. Ultimately he is jailed for Helge’s murder, who was actually still alive. Weird.

Mads Nielsen (1986) – Mads is Ulrich’s brother who went missing in 1986 and then was later found dead in 2019 by Charlotte and Ulrich. Mads is the son of Tronte and Jana, and maintained a chaotic relationship with his brother Ulrich. It was the scar on his chin, caused by a fight with Ulrich that ultimately identified him in spite of the date.

Charlotte Doppler (2019) – Charlotte is the mother of Franziska and wife of Peter Doppler. Her father-in-law is Helge Doppler, who is desperate to make amends for assisting Noah in his time travel experiments. Charlotte is a police officer along side Ulrich Nielsen. She is the one that connects Ulrich to the murders back in 1953 by finding a news article about him.

Peter Doppler (2019) – Peter is a psychotherapist. But, Peter & his wife Charlotte are not doing well. He has struggled with male prostitutes in the past. He’s been missing during key moments that could make him suspect. He and Tronte ultimately fall in line with Claudia and her time machine, and whatever her plans and purposes might be.

Regina Tiedemann (2019) – Regina is the wife of Aleksander, but more importantly, the daughter of Claudia. She has just been diagnosed with breast cancer, and is the sworn enemy of Katharina after she and Ulrich tied her up in front of the caves. She was also assumed incorrectly to be the one that turned in Ulrich to Egon for “raping” Katharina.

Aleksander Tiedemann (2019) – Aleksander is actually Boris Niewald. Married Regina and father of Bartosz. When we first see young Aleksander, he has a ski mask on, is shot, and is on the run. Is he from 2052? Is he an agent of Claudia’s from the future sent back to 1986 in order to affect events? There are many unanswered questions about Aleksander.

Ulla Obendorf (2019) – Ulla Obendorf is the wife of Jurgen, and the mother of Erik. Importantly, Ulla’s son went missing in 2019, and he was ultimately killed by Noah as he experimented with building his own time machine.

Jurgen Obendorf (2019) – Jurgen Obendorf is the husband of Ulla and the father of Erik. Importantly, Jurgen’s son went missing in 2019, and he was ultimately killed by Noah as he experimented with building his own time machine.

Yasin Friese (2019) – Yasin is the “boyfriend” of Elisabeth. Both Yasin and Elisabeth are deaf and live in 2019. Yasin goes missing and is eventually found dead in 1953 with his ears blown out and his eyes burnt. Ulrich is caught and suspected of killing both Yasin and his brother Mads.

Jonas Kahnwald (2019) – We learn right out of the gates that Jonas is the son of Hannah and Michael Kahnwald. Jonas learns that Michael was actually Mikkel Nielsen who accidentally traveled back in time and was stuck. Jonas, realizing he was accidentally dating his aunt, broke that relationship off. We also realize that Jonas’ 2nd version of himself counseled himself against changing his past by taking Mikkel back to the future which would have made him cease to exist. And so we learn, time is unchangeable.

Mikkel Nielsen (2019) – Mikkel is Michael. Michael is Mikkel. Having accidentally traveled back in time, Mikkel cannot get back to 2019, and cannot tell anyone or he’ll be seen as insane. So he stays in 1986 as the son of Ines and even- tually marries Hannah. Unable to handle the mindjob that his life has become, he writes a letter explaining to Ines and then hanged himself.

Martha Nielsen (2019) – Martha is the daughter of Ulrich and Katharina Nielsen. She and Jonas had connected before he was admited over the summer. But then began dating Bartosz. When Jonas and Martha reconnect, Martha is confused when Jonas breaks it off – but Jonas learned Martha was his aunt.

Magnus Nielsen (2019) – Magnus is the son of Ulrich and Katharina Nielsen. He took his brother to the cave who then disappeared back in time to 1983. He does not take the loss of his brother well. He also is sleeping with Franziska.

Elisabeth Doppler (2019) – Elisabeth is the deaf younger sister of Frnziska and the daughter of Charlotte and Petter Doppler. She is “romantically” connected to Yasin, from school, who is also deaf. She was not friends with Mikkel, and was not sad he dissappeared. But was upset when Yasin vanished obviously. She also met Noah once while walking in the rain.

Franziska Doppler (2019) – Franziska is the eldest daughter of Charlotte and Peter Doppler. She is currently sleeping with Magnus Nielsen. Outside of that we don’t know a whole lot. Though she may be sleeping with others down by the railroad tracks. She is also taking rhythmic gymnastics at school.

Bartosz Tiedemann (2019) – Bartosz Regina and Aleksander Tiedemann’s son. Aleksander is the head of the nuclear power plant. Bartosz dated Martha Nielsen while Jonas Kahnwald was being treated after his father’s suicide. Noah is now manipulating him like he manipulated Helge Doppler was. It is unclear what Noah wants with Bartosz, but it won’t be good.

Erik Obendorf (2019) – Erik Obendorf is the son of Ulla and Jurgen Obendorf. Sadly, Erik went went missing in 2019, and he was ultimately killed by Noah as he experimented with building his own time machine.

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Please! Don’t hesitate to let me know what I got wrong. Like, for example, I personally believe that Noah was Agnes’ husband. Do you agree? Also, I believe that Jana and Ines are sisters. But really only have one shop visit to go on. Did you catch that? Anyway, let me know. Again, still working on my deep dive of the show, but I’ll have it out in a few days. Hopefully this will tied you over until I finish it up.

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34 Responses

  1. Happy Pancake

    Dark blew my mind! It is excellence in writing, but also has wonderful moody cinematography, spooky yet restrained music suited to a horror movie, marvelous acting, and the best casting look-alike matches I’ve ever seen. Speaking of which, said casting look-alikes leads me to hypothesize that, though I know it would be a chicken-egg paradox, Bartosz Tiedemann is Noah. The only thing I figured out ahead was that the Stranger was Jonas based on facial similarities and his benign goodness. How did I not, then, see that an additional jump to the future was coming?! Perhaps my brain was full thinking of all of the jumps and connections.

    It seemed at the beginning that we had two protagonists – Jonas and Ulrich – one kind and benign, one tortured and running headlong into trouble of his own making – but I was surprised how quickly Ulrich went off the rails. His lack of impulse control – does it make him an everyman in a world gone mad or merely a punch drunk boxer swinging wildly and never landing a hit?

    This show reminds me of Lost. As Jack was the protagonist there whom we lost identification with as the show rolled along due to his increasing paranoia and the shows glorious sharing of plot wealth among so many characters, here too, in Dark, it turns out there is no real protagonist. We are all important parts of the whole.

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    • Taylor Holmes

      No, I totally buy what you are selling. And the reason I think that Bartosz is Noah is even less to go on than your theory. I believe they are the same because nothing happens with Bartosz. He is cultivated and buttered up… but for naught. We do know that a season 2 of Dark has already been ordered by Netflix. So there have to be new areas to go into… but yeah, pancake, I’m totally in agreement with you on that assumption. And the fact that he is related to Claudia? All the more reason to believe that he is Noah. Sort of a reaction and response to Claudia’s push for good. Which, actually gives a whole different insight into that conversation between Bartosz and Claudia at the end. Fascinating.

      But yeah, I really loved this show. Apparently. hahaha.

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    • Lucas

      Totally feeling the Lost vibes here too. Lost is my favorite show ever and Dark has now become by second favorite!

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      • Taylor Holmes

        Personally think that Dark could surpass Lost depending on where they go with it and how the continue the story moving. Which, I can’t imagine would be before 2019. But if they know what’s good for them, they need to film season 2 and 3 simultaneously… with both plotted ahead of time. There is plenty of story here yet to tell. So much goodness.

  2. Abigail

    Thank you so much for this breakdown! I finished Dark half an hour ago, and I’m still mind-blown. With that, a few corrections:

    – Agnes rents a room from “Egon”, not “Igor” (in your description of her).
    – Egon arrested Ulrich in 1953 for the murder of Helge, not for the murder of the two boys — they were still confused about those boys when they arrested Ulrich. However, Ulrich had already confessed to murdering Helge, and they arrested him to find out where Helge was (description of Egon).
    – Again, in your description of Ulrich, he’s jailed for the murder of Helge, not Mads.
    – Mads was found in 2019, not 1953. Yasin and Erik were the two boys found in 1953 (description of Mads).

    Also, could you email me the full version of the poster? I put my email into the email field of this form, so you can send it there. Thanks so much, and I can’t wait for your full breakdown!

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    • Taylor

      Thanks so much for the assistance. Later tonight? Tomorrow? I will make the changes. Christmas is a little busy! Hahah. And then I’ll send it, if that’s ok? Or do you want the unedited version?

      Thanks again! Still working furiously to get my Dark walkthrough done. About 70% there.

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  3. Chouaib

    Hiii , thanks so much , i took the picture and i shared the article in a facebook fans group with a reference to ur credits , is that okay?
    ps. can i ask u if you’re willing to talk more about the show? and why does everyone keep forgetting the 33 years from 2019 !! it’s all connected .
    plus i have a theory that the secret of kids disappearance is linked to the Doppler’s family through 53-86-19-52
    – one last thing , how can i subscribe to your website since i don’t surf the net alot and i’d like to be aware of new posts

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  4. Manuel Anzola

    Hi, i´ll be great help that you put different pictures of the characters that appear at different years, e.g. picture of 1953, 1986 and 2019 Helge would be great and no so hard to impliment, anyway great job!

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    • Taylor Holmes

      I thought long and hard about that Manuel, but I decided to go with a 2019 view of the characters and backwards as 3 photos per person for the older ones and just one for the younger characters just didn’t work graphically. I literally tried, but didn’t dig the view.

      But yeah, I understand what you are saying. I am starting work on a view of the time jumps that were made and I may do that there? No, that doesn’t make sense there either. Hrmmm.

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  5. Aaron

    Damn, dude! You really outdid yourself with this one! I think I need to read this thoroughly and then re-watch the season with this in front of me.

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  6. Aaron

    I think my favorite overall concept from this show is that time is a closed loop. This idea takes the paradoxes of time travel and essentially fixes them by saying that instead of it being impossible for events to cause each other, it is actually the only way that things can be. For characters trying to change things in the past to alter the future, this means that their actions in the both the past and present and future are all fixed, including their attempts to change the past.

    If time travel is possible in reality, this is the only way it would make sense to me because it’s the only way to avoid paradoxes.

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    • Taylor Holmes

      The weird thing about closing the loop, and the problem that I have with the show is… how does that work? Is it abrupt? Like groundhog’s day for an entire town? Sort of like the movie ARQ? The killing of the wormhole by Jonas? Which slams the entire town back to 1953 from 2052? But yeah, it’d be fascinating to continue to investigate these events over and over again from different angles. But I personally believe that time is changeable, but they just so rigidly believe it isn’t that they work hard to keep it locked.

      I’m almost done with my overview of the entire season. It’s taken me forever. But I’ll throw some of these thoughts in there I’m sure. But thanks for the compliment – it was a crazy amount of work that just kept growing and growing! hahaha.

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  7. Jen

    Great job! Another error I found was under Doris Tidemann- it says mother of Tronte which she is not. I would like the poster sent to me too whenever you get a chance. Thank you!

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    • Taylor Holmes

      Thanks Jen,
      Appreciate the catch. It’s very difficult for my non-detail oriented mind, to work graphically and also get the facts straight too. So your editing is appreciated.

      Taylor

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    • Taylor Holmes

      WHAT?! Hahaha. So that means that Greta slept with Tannhaus! hahah. That is going to jack up my poster a bunch. Maybe just a red line from Greta over to him. Yeah. That’s what it needs. I was wondering who it was that she’d had an affair with. Fantastic. Thanks so much!

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      • CurtisB

        Why would it mean that Tannhaus slept with Greta? We only know of one kid that Greta had and that was Helge though we don’t know who the dad actually is. Don’t see how that would lead to Charlotte.
        But if Peter is actually Helge’s son (which I still doubt as we never saw them together in ’86 and who would sleep with Helge..) and Tannhaus was the baby daddy, then it means that Tannhaus is the grandfather of both Peter and Charlotte.
        This town is all sorts of inbred.

      • Taylor Holmes

        Yes, you are right Curtis. I was initially thinking that Tannhaus was the father not grandfather. So yeah, it implies nothing. I was thinking that the person that had fathered Helge was Tannhaus not Bernd. But that is wrong. Tannhaus’s kids are not in the story, but they parented Claudia.

        But what I need to do is add a grandfather line from Tannhaus over to Charlotte. Sorry, yeah, you are right. Did I mention that I am awful with names? Let alone family trees? Oh my gosh. This isn’t my strong suit, like, at all. But now that I point my mind at it, I get it I think.

  8. Joanna Mendoza

    This is awesome! Found an error for you. Under Daniel Kahnwald (1953) – you write
    that Ines becomes the adoptive mother of Jonas — but that is incorrect. She is the adoptive mother of Mikkel.

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    • Brigitte

      I was about to comment the same, Joanna.

      Taylor: **Mikkel not Jonas. The images are correct, but seems to be a typo in your description.

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      • Taylor Holmes

        Ok, after finally moving the site over I’m back and can look at this and update the file. Is the image incorrect or just the spiel on the site? I’ll dig in and get it corrected. You guys have all made several good ideas for changes that I’ll update now. Appreciate it!

    • Taylor Holmes

      Long story short, my 12,000 pixel wide version of this image got tree-shredded when my mac hard drive bellyflopped. So, I’ve been in negotiations (literally a hostage situation) with Society6 to get the flattened big version back. (Holy Teeth Pulling Situation Batman!) There are a number of changes I want to make to the diagram, like:

      – un-sister Jana and Ines
      – connect Tannhaus as grandfather of Charlotte
      – several textual changes (Egor, etc)

      Are there others I need to add to the list? I’m close to getting the flattened file back, which means, I have a ton of work ahead of me to move anything around (like Tannhaus over to Charlotte) but less than recreating the thing from scratch.

      Thanks everyone for continuing to find changes and give ideas!!
      taylor

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  9. Jason

    I am a bit late to the party as I just finished the season a few days ago. As others have said I have been even more consumed by it since the conclusion of Episode 10. Since then, my web research has spanned videos on The Einstein-Rosen Bridge, the writings of Schopenhauer and of course theories on the show. Fortunately, I came across the page you created and enjoying all of the comments from everyone.

    I made a donation to say thanks and hope others will help support your efforts too. Please send me a copy of the family tree as eager to read the comments you added for each character. I look forward to sharing theories on Noah, Claudia and Jonas for Season 2 and following the great discussion here. Keep up the great work on a truly remarkable show/experience which has given me the best kind of questions!

    P.S. I had not heard of the move Time Lapse so will definitely check it out. I will read what you have written about it and would love to see your feelings on the 2004 film Primer. Take care!

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  10. Ryan DePaola

    Excellent work. Much appreciated. Please email me the most updated version of the family tree. I just finished the series and I’m still trying to wrap my mind around Noah. Specially if he was in his 40’s in 1953 and previously or currently married to Agnes where would he even get the idea that time travel was possible considering nothing happened previous to 1953 to give him that impression. I think it’s more likely that Noah and Bartosz are the same person. Agnes’s description of her deceased husband do however seem to coincide with Noah though. I can’t wait for season 2!!!

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  11. Chris

    Hi, thanks for this write-up. I just finished binge watching the series and was curious if anyone had mapped out the family connections. Your post was the first one I found and your family tree graphic looks great! I hope you’ll get your files back so you can make some edits.

    I think I found some errors in your descriptions and I thought I’d list them all here:
    – Doris Tiedemann is the mother of Claudia, not of Tronte.
    – Ines Kahnwald and Jana Nielsen are probably not sisters. Also in the description for Ines you write that the note written by Mikkel/Micheal that was given to Jonas by ‘the stranger’ stays with him despite him trying to destroy it. This is not completely true. Jonas did destroy the letter, but the version of the letter he burned was the version that came from the future. So he burned the note 33 years late in the note’s ‘life’. This means that Jonas will, at some time in the future, obtain the original note from his grandmother again, so that he can later give it to his younger self.
    – Tronte Nielsen. You write that he was abused by his father. I don’t think we know this for sure. He was definitely abused (it looks like there were cigarettes stubbed out on his arm), but we don’t know if this was done by his father or his mother (or someone else). We don’t know how long ago his mother and father split up, and some of those burn marks looked not very old. We are also not sure that Noah is his father. We only know that he was a priest, but not a godly man. Because Noah is the only priest we see in the series, it seems likely that he is the father, but we can’t be sure. Also, Tronte and his mother moved away from their old town to Winden, but the Church where Noah and Helge meet appears to be quite close by.
    – Mads Nielsen was not found dead in 1953 (those two boys were Yasin adn Eric). Instead he was found in the forest by Charlotte and Ulrich in 2019.
    – Magnus Nielsen. From the way you have written the text it seems that he disappeared to 1983, but of course it was his brother Mikkel who did.
    – Eric Obendorf was one of the two dead boys found at the construction site of the nuclear power plant in 1953.

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    • Taylor Holmes

      Chris you rock…
      Walking through your edits one by one right now. Also, EVERYONE, I’ve updated the big changes in the family tree connections. De-sistered a couple, and added the grandfather of Claudia connection. ETc.

      But yeah, working through your edits right now.

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  12. Paul Fanning

    The poster looks excellent!

    I ordered the 10″ x 7″ version of the poster, intending to watch the whole series again with the poster in front of me. I was disappointed to find that the white text in the hard copy is too small to read. Is the next bigger size (18″ x 13″) legible with the naked eye? This looks like the best visual aid I’ve found yet for this show and I’d really like to have it!

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  13. Chloe

    Can you post or send me the large version? I went to the link to purchase the physical copy, but it’s a dead link. Not surprised. So can I please get a copy of the original sized?

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  14. Chloe

    Can I PLEASE, pretty with sugar on top, get a copy of the LARGE file? NOT shrunk down? PLS PLS PLS PLS!!! I want the BIG one! Give me your huge one! I would have just got a physical copy, but the link is dead. It’s not there anymore. PLS! Thanks.

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