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... We then visited the Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church which is basically a ruin, left that way after the 2nd World War, but was a very significant symbol of the city and is still a powerful one now. The spire is cut off at about half way and most of the church is gone, but what is left is bracketed by two newer places of worship which are wonderful in their own right and act as a centre for the city.
We then wandered aimlessly through ...
... from getting back to sleep for some time so thanks for that Soph!
Once we were up and ready for the day we caught the train to the city centre where we started a 7 hour walking tour to Sachsenhausen concentration camp. This is located on the outskirts of Berlin and was one of the first of its kind to be build in 1936. To begin with, the camp was predominately used to hold political opponents of Hitler but as the ...
... home to the hostel around midnight, then went to bed, planning to get up early the next morning so we could order orange juice (for a long time, that was the only German I knew how to say and I wanted to use it while I could) before going to the art museum we hadn't visited yesterday. Unfortunately, while in the hostel, I slept with my valuables under my pillow, including my charging phone. The phone overheated and shut down all applications, including my alarm, so we ...
An early start this morning. Up in time for Miranda to take us to Bristol airport. Everything ran on time. A short connection at Schiphol but thankfully no queues at security so we arrived at the gate for the Berlin flight just 10 mins before boarding. Smooth flights and very pleased to see our bags come off the belt first. X9 bus to the Zoologischer Gardens and followed ...
... were often told to do completely unnecessary things for the guards' amusement, such as rolling on the ground. Roll call had to be done to ensure no prisoners escape and they were all accounted for. If there was someone missing, the men would have to stay standing at attention without moving until that person was found. This could be days of standing in whatever the weather conditions were. Men would frequently drop down and die during roll calls. The prisoners learned to make ...