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... s the Kanzleramt mentioned in the name of the hotel.
The building itself has long been known as the Reichstag.
In 1933, less than a month after Hitler was sworn in as chancellor, an arsonist torched the building. An unemployed Dutch communist was arrested. Hitler then used the fire as an excuse to give the Nazis sweeping new powers, first against Communists, then anyone else. To this ...
... would get an added bonus if they shot someone in this area. There are people who managed to cross the wall though. Various tunnels are still being found today and one family even made a hot air balloon to get across! We took a much needed break from the cold at a cafe. We then continued on to the Disneyland of the Cold War, Checkpoint Charlie. Despite being in the same place as the original crossing between east and west, there was not a lot else original about it. The 'American ...
... Strasse and stretching from the U-Bahn station to the Nordbahnhof S-Bahn station, this area featured in many escape attempts of people trying to flee East Berlin.
This recreation of the wall and adjoining "no man's land" gives a very graphic representation of the impact of the wall ...
... short line we headed underground to the “museum” portion of the memorial and began to take in all of the information that they have assembled here. This is essentially a smaller version of Yad Vashem which is the International School for Holocaust Studies in Israel. This information center was made up of several rooms that really did an excellent job at educating about the atrocities that took place during the Holocaust and ...
... the top of the staircase of the second level of Wannsee Villa. It is hard to believe that such a beautiful place could house such dark, evil secrets.
Rudolf Hoss, commander of Auschwitz-Birkenau concentration camp received orders to explore new methods of mass murder, by using poisonous gas, in the summer of 1941. The German Euthanasia program had already employed gas and murdered tens ...