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... Homosexuals were at the bottom of the 'pile', with the Jewish identified using a yellow triangle, and homosexuals with a pink triangle. This helped to determine the severity of the punishments given, but was also used to cause friction between the prisoners as they treated eachother in accordance to the "hierarchy". Some of the prisoners were made to live in the prison section, and were not permitted to go out and work, as they weren't deemed suitable, and were kept ...
... tourists were everywhere the whole city was in party mode. The funny part was that we walked through the
Brandenburg Gate with all the other Crouts.
We finished the day off with drinks and cold meat and salad for tea,
what a great day.
Saturday up and off at the usual
time and it was decided to do a river cruise on the River Spree this was okay,
but took us to sites we had already seen, with a ...
... recovered material as possible so even though they look old and classical, parts of them look like brand new. The shops around the main square are extremely high end and expensive with jewellery and watches for €20,000 upwards! When we arrived in Berlin we went straight into a driving tour and Erin have us a lot of background information regarding Hitler and the war. We saw Reichstag (the parliament building), ...
... of the buildings less than a block away was a deportation center for the Jews. It was a big train station and all that remains is one big entrance. The tour guide did say that one will stumble onto a memorial on every corner. Our final stop before lunch was a massive air raid bunker. It is now a Halloween museum and it still has that old creepy feel when it looked at it. We finally stopped for lunch at the famous beer garden in the former British sector. ...
... That was not that long ago, and the current generations are dealing with this past. During our wrap up with Tim, I could hardly keep my eyes open, but he talked about the differences between the two. He talked about how the East Berliners were so excited to get chocolate again or shop at their favorite stores in West Berlin. So many families were cut off from and so many lives changed. Even though it was a hard thing, its nice that the city ...