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... as just about every German has a familial link back to the Nazi party and it is no longer something to be entirely ashamed of and bury in family history, rather to learn about, learn from, and accept as reality. I talked to her briefly while walking from one place to the next about how in Australia we have ANZAC Day (which she was surprisingly quite familiar with) and how having someone in the armed forces during either war in your family history is something to be very ...
... I am so glad that I did!!!! Next I caught the Underground a few stops and went to Schloss Charlottenburg - a small country house that the first Queen of Prussia built for herself so that she could go to the country when she tired of the city! It was pretty impressive and the gardens although I didn't walk around them looked impressive. Apparently she asked a friend to suggest a garden designer and the same one that did Versailles did these!! It was back on ...
... east Germany was run by the Soviets. Berlin in particular had a very difficult time since West Berlin was run in a way that provided freedom and opportunities that East Berlin did not receive. After many people moved into West Berlin to ensure a better life for themselves and their families, the Soviets became nervous that everyone would follow suit. They put restrictions into place to try and stop this, but when rules and laws were easily broken, the communist ...
... was a bit of a disappointment compared to pictures we had seen on line. We later discovered that we were on a train owned and run by the Czech railway company. Once we started catching the German trains, they were a lot nicer.
Our seats were spacious and comfortable and the views outside the large picture windows were excellent. We took turns with the two boys to go to the restaurant car for ...
... during the 60s and early 70s however by this time it was partitioned by the Berlin Wall which almost ran straight through it. This was probably much of the reason why it took so long after the end of the wall to reconstruct it. There was a lot of debate where the German capital should be. The only way possible to view the Reichstag is to take a free guided tour. We are very glad that we did however as the tour was great and so interesting. We learnt that during the years of the ...