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Originally an unpaved track, the road was inaugaurated at the behest of Wilhelm II (after whom it is named), and opened to traffic in 1906. The road was rebuilt in 1939 as part of the East-West Axis of the planned Welthauptstadt Germania, and much of the road as it is today dates from this time.
Prominent buildings on the road include the studios of Rundfunk Berlin-Brandenburg at the corner of Theodor-Heuss-Platz and the former police headquarters at number 1.
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