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... they were not ready, were sick or unpresentable, they were subjected to the most horrific punishments, and in some cases beaten to death. The roll call was also for dead and alive - if a person died during the night, the fellow people in the barraks were expected to get the deceaded to role call also. The prisoners were also treated with a "hierarchy" system, and could be identified by different coloured triangles worn on their striped uniforms - so for example, ...
... funny that because they say
they are open Monday to Saturday. Anyway
we continued on to do the second leg of our tour on the “Hop On Hop Off” bus, we
discovered that the 3rd October was Unification Day and as such was a
Public Holiday in Berlin. Unification
Day is the celebration of East and West Berlin becoming one and the wall
separating them came down. People were
Feeling great this morning after a huge sleep. Bus time today is apparently nice and short which is awesome. We stopped in Dresden for our lunch break, once again a really beautiful little town, and you would never know that it was reduced to rubble after the British bombed it during the last world war killing thousands of innocent civilians. They have rebuilt their massive churches and buildings to exact replicas using ...
... be really good. I certainly felt "brainwashed" as we went to so many memorials, places, and historical sites. We first started out at a special memorial in Berlin that honors the only known protest to the Nazi regime. It happened when half Jewish families were about to be deported, first men then women. The women staged a long protest and managed to free the men because the Nazis didn't want any embarrassing stories. We then biked our way to the former ...
... it must have been like to want to jump off of this tower into freedom.
We continued our tour looking at where a church used to stand. Since it didn't go with the Socialist beliefs it had been torn down but a memorial was built using the pieces of rubble around it. The metal cross still stood.
To me, it is really wild that the Berlin Wall stood 25 years ago. One of the guys in our program is 35 and he still remembers when it ...