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... headed over river. Learned about food fight on bridge during August. Smelly food and cardboard shields.Mr 6. Yaam community. 10year lease. Street art party to open. Jamaican food turkey thing. Beer. Chat to tour Guide in training from Newtown. Lived there for a year. Studying. Got directions for raw. ( bombed out train station -now skate park and bar rock climbing.) back towards Aldershoff. Ke-bup in bröd and vienetta. ...
... Soviet army already occupied much of Eastern Europe. A strong Germany might be the only obstacle in the way of Soviet domination of all of Europe. In the end, the Big Three agreed to divide Germany into three zones of occupation (one for each nation), and to defer discussions of German reunification until a later date. The other notable issue at Potsdam ...
... these are some of the things I did until now. I hope you found my first (longer than expected) blog entry amusing, interesting, or even informative. Comment if you have any suggestions or feedback or just feel like it! :)
P.S. For the Girls:
Cut or colour your hair! ;) Now is the chance to do it. Nobody will know you (in my case just my masters group) and it can grow out while you're away in case it turned out to be a bad idea! ;)
... a number, anything he could do to dehumanise he Jews he did it. We went forward to a chocolate factory and Greta purchased 3 chocolate bars as a gift to us to try and we got some things too, there was a large chocolate teddy bear, titanic, copy of Berlin gates, plane , cuspids In Chocolate, etc. We mov on to the area near the university where Einstein and many other Nobel prize winners went to school, there is. Debate going on between ...
... br> The last month has gone in what's seemed like a couple of blinks of the eye. One minute I'm at the Hungaroring in Budapest watching the Grand Prix in person, next minute I'm getting off a bus into the dark of late evening in Berlin. Berlin was one of the places I've been most excited about. It's unmissable for any amateur historian.
I'd allocated four nights for Berlin and with the bus to Warsaw not leaving until 9:30pm on my last day, I would have four full days ...