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... some more successful than others, but one that 57 people escaped through after digging for 6 months. There was a mini-subarine that a man invented to hang on to to escape via water with scuba gear. There are still several patents outstanding from it - I guess an oppressive regime and hopelessness in this case were the actual mothers of invention.
Throughout the week we have been sampling Berlin's culinary delights, by which I mean, we have ...
... incredibly important to remember…especially when there are people out there who deny the Holocaust.
From Oranieburg we went on to Berlin. As a child I was able to visit West Germany, but it was strongly recommended that we not go to West Berlin as it was in the middle of East Germany and the East German officials weren’t open to having pastors (as my dad was) enter their country. Having watched the fall of ...
... was laid out, we took the metro to Stadtmitte, to visit Checkpoint Charlie. The checkpoint was the most famous border crossing between East and West Germany and there is now a memorial and artwork to commemorate the rise and fall of the Berlin Wall. There were some interesting information boards explaining the history of the wall as well as some tragic stories of those who lost their life while trying to escape East Germany. To lighten the mood after ...
... a yummy risotto. Following dinner, we had a few drinks at a really hipster bar which was adorned with flowers, mismatched furniture and candles. We were the only non-germans there. We spoke to a lot of locals on what clubs to go to but as beth didn't have her ID, we went home. Thursday morning, we got up and went for a jog in a beautiful nearby park. Then we had breakfast - porridge with blueberries as kindly prepared by our new roommates, Sha ...
... Words cannot expressed nor can pictures portray the experience.
Just a few facts you all might find interesting:
-In the town of Oranienburg the first concentration camp was set up in Prussia in 1933. Local SA storm troopers took over a disused brewery in the middle of the town. Over 3,000 prisoners, mostly opponents of the National Socialists, were humiliated, maltreated & some ...