Albergo Hotel Berlin
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Germany. Through countries such as Hungary and Czechoslovakia, people
could escape to the west side. Back in East Germany, demonstrations
against the government suppression begun.
By November 4th, the protests had grown significantly, with one
million demonstrators gathering at Alexanderplatz in East Berlin. The
situation was getting out of hand for the newly installed East German
leader, Egon Krenz.On November 9th, ...
... Dr. Kohnke there a little after 10:00 and spent a couple of hours walking through the museum. This museum was designed and built by a Canadian citizen who came from a large family but never met most of his family. His father and mother both lost
most of their siblings and parents to the Holocaust. The beginning of the museum was more about the culture of the Jewish religion dating back to the days of Jesus. There was a sizable part ...
... away from major storms that aren't happening! There were only two downsides to this otherwise lovely experience: even after doing laundry since then, the shirt I was wearing that night still smells vaguely of smoke, and I turned out to be slightly allergic to the beer we were drinking. Seriously. I got a really minor rash that was almost gone by the next morning but was annoying nonetheless. I knew there was a reason I'm normally so against drinking beer!
... the border. Not to visit family, not to go to their jobs or school, not for any reason. Approximately 65,000 East Berliners lost their jobs that day. Over time they constructed the wall which went through 4 stages, from a barricade of wood and barbed wire lined with guards to its final concrete monstosity. Approximately 40% of East Germany's GDP was spent on maintaining the wall. Thats building it, fixing it, guards, etc A short walk down the street and we came ...
... of these officials were put on trial for war crimes, and none claimed to even have any sort of recollection of the Conference at all. Only one individual, Adolf Eichman, made any reference to the Conference in his testimony, but even still seemed unable to show any remorse for his actions, or understanding of their consequences.
Now of course, these individuals were high ranking officials who were fully committed to and ...