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... the city. We left the boy still in bed since he was meeting up with a friend at 2pm > someone who had gone to his school as part of an international student program.
We did well to figure out how to buy a train ticket from one of the many machines scattered throughout the station as well as to learn where to board it. It's a rat's maze there folks! Trains on three levels, crowds, and basically a whole city underground ...
... searching for a new backpack to take home with me as my blue spotty one had become quite worn out and will be too small to fit what I need to squeeze into it to take home. No luck, and it was really REALLY belting down with snow, so I headed back to the hotel to chill out for an hour. Today is also Maria's birthday!! We sang to her and had cake this morning (thankfully not setting off the smoke alarms with the candles!) and went out for dinner at the Hoffbrauhaus. The place is ...
... as well as for propaganda. Here we saw the remnants of “standing cells”, cells divided in three by tall walls that were so close together it was impossible for the prisoner to sit down. From there we went on through the massive rows of the former barracks, lined with two lanes of tall trees. Here we walked past nearly fifty foundations that each would have housed hundreds of prisoners. There were also several memorial ...
... their objective was actually much broader. In Dachau almost every category of victim was represented: German dissidents, anti-socials, people of all types who did not "fit in" according to Nazi standards, gypsies, outspoken clergymen, Russian and Polish civilians, and Jews. According to the records at Dachau, the citizens of over 30 nations where among those who survived, and those who did ...
... upon entering: You WILL die here, and you WILL work until that day finally comes. Entering the camp was a dehumanizing process. First, all personal possessions were taken. Then they were given a card to fill out with name, birthday, birthplace, etc. and then their entire identity is replaced by a number and a color coordinated symbol of their crime. Next they are stripped and hosed down to mock them as much as possible. As much physical torment as the men ...
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