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... Just behind the roll call area was a half circle that made up the boot testing track. Prisoners were given prototype boots to walk in over different parts of gravel for 12 hours with 22kilos on their backs. The boots would vary in thickness and material. If you fell you were shot. This I guess was one of the worst jobs to have along with the brick factory. Taking a look at the fence, the outer fence was a stone wall. Then, a electric barb wire ...
... the international Olympic committee threatened to boycott the games, so hitler had to concede and all were welcome - many German Jews also competed in the games for Germany. Inside the Olympic stadium hitler had a grandeous viewing platform constructed for himself. It was referred to as Caesars platform!! I have taken photos of it, however it has been reduced in the years since. From his "Caesars platform", Hitler would sit and watch the Games, however he became VERY upset when ...
A slow start to the day, due to the fact that we weren't entirely sure what we were wanting to do. Note to self...... Best sort out an itinerary before you get to a place!
Anyway......food is always high on the Bruce agenda and as we hadn't eaten for 12 hours this was our first stop! Yes Sue, this is possible :)
From here we did a selfie walking tour ...
... who showed us around the city and provided us with all the fun facts about the city. I would really recommend doing these free walking tours, they are wonderful.
After the tour ended, we went to the Typography of Terror, at the location of the SS headquarters. After spending two hours there and reading about everything, I came out quite depressed, I couldn't even talk to my friends for the ...
... the east side, and a photographic display of walls around the world on the other. Our own border between the USA and Mexico was on display in several places.
Next up, a river cruise on the Spree River. We thought we were buying tickets for the 1 pm boat, the woman behind the counter was not the least bit helpful, but in the end we had a 2 pm departure. She also never explained if it was ...