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... and to show that the people will always be able to look in and check on their government. During WWII this is the building where the Red Army famously planted the Russian flag when they marched on Berlin and the world famous photo of a soldier with that flag on top of the building was a popular propaganda piece for Stalin and the USSR throughout their history.
We then went across the street to the Gypsy Memorial which is ...
... They found it hard to believe that a city could be divided like this and how people were treated.
We then went onto to what was the SS Headquarters and saw what the Germans did not only to the the Jewish people but many of their own handicapped, homosexual, gypsies etc. We were all blown away by this exhibit and the magnitude.
Next stop was the Holocaust memorial and museum. The memorial was massive. 2700 blocks in a huge space. The ...
... did accept it. However the communists were so stupid that they did not use the drain pipe to fix their stinky sewers, but instead they cut the pipe in half and used the pieces to put on top of the wall!! We then visited the site of Hitler's Bunker where the Fuhrer and his wife of one day committed suicide when the Allied troops were surrounding Berlin and all of Hitler's army had run away!! The bunker is about ten metres under ground and has been filled in, so ...
... is. Well as they took over most if not all of the skilled workers literally jumped the fence. So the communists secretly imported Swedish guys across to Poland and into Berlin to finish the job. slightly embarrassing, but the swedish seemed to have done a good job. A tall bearded Canadian fellow tool the tour. He was great. He got everyone involved and taught the history in an easy to understand way. On the ...
... slower, but in Europe that costs money. We
can't do our usual day-to-day planning as the exorbitant rail prices
forbid it. I don't know how much I'm looking forward to the rest of
our trip. But when I say that I feel like it's sacrilege! How long
have we waited for this opportunity? How long have we saved and
dreamt about this experience? To be feeling so disheartened while
travelling the world and being almost entirely free is surely a ...