aletto Kreuzberg Youth Hotel
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... wall guards surprise. There was no way for the vastly
outnumbered soldiers to hold back the crowd, so the people were
allowed free crossing. Thus, November 9th is seen as the official day
the wall fell. Over the next months, the Berlin Wall was torn town by
both the people and the East German government.Today, parts of the Berlin Wall and a few watchtowers still stand as
memorials. It is also possible to still see a trace of where the
... right on time and looked in amazement at this immense old building. What was so interesting was that a large section of the front was purposely never altered and the bullet holes from when the Allies arrived at the end of the war were still clearly visable.
Our guide explained the processes in place now to prevent any possibility of anything like what happened then. They have a very democratic system in place and are ...
... up until 10:30. We packed up our things as quickly as we could, checked out of the hostel, then hurried our way to a bookstore that had been recommended to us by a hostel-mate.
We had been told that the bookstore, Neurotitan, featured a collection of vinyl and graphic novels. What had not been mentioned was that it was located in the heart of Berlin's urban art scene, in an alley covered in graffiti and spray painted murals. We arrived before the bookstore ...
... ended up giving their East German currency away to folks on the street. All that remains at Checkpoint Charlie is the little guard hut and the sign "You are now leaving the American zone." All if it is a replica though, the original checkpoint building and sign are in a museum. But they do have two "American" guards standing outside the hut....they're not at attention though. Next stop was the Gendarmenmarkt. A beautiful old square. Walking into this square I ...
... held accountable because they never knew there was anything to be held accountable for until it was all over.
Whether or not the claims of the bystanders are legitimate or not is complicated. Many people simply just do not want to talk about it, and this sort of response avoids a conversation. It is arguable that such a claim was a coping mechanism used by German society following the Holocaust, but at the same time it ...