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... members and families of the SS whom garded and worked the camp on behalf of Hitler, whilst on the other side of the camp walls, was the SS training grounds, used to train thousands of members. The camp itself was very significant in the construction of further camps, and was deemed to be an example to others on how to build them and how to operate them. As the first camp to be built under the appointment of Heinrich Himmler as the chief of the German Police, the ...
... bus that could tell us what the
sites were in ‘English’ and straight away they said Hitler was an Austrian and not
a German, obviously the Crouts want to disown him. Many sites were seen the bus ride which took
approximately 3 hours to go around. We then
decided to go around again and get off the sites that interested us. Quite an exhausting day, we had our rolls and
had lunch on board the bus. ...
... of the city. We then walked past the Humboldt University and on to the large and striking Berliner Dom (grand royal church). Walking in the heat was zapping our energy levels fast, so we decided to eat at the restaurant outside the DDR Museum. A hearty lunch in the sun watching the river tour boats come and go then on into the Museum which documents life in East Germany. It was packed with lots of German students who apparently ...
Saturday 5th july 2014
In the morning went to Ikea shop really interesting shop has all furniture kitchens bathrooms etc you just follow the arrows and it leads you you round
Watched the tour de France which started in Manchester England great to watch shame commentary was in german it was the festival of the bands in Kaiserswerth so went down and listened to them and watch their parade down the street, home for dinner and to watch ...
... rock. This was quite funny. Anyway, first on the tour, Tim showed us into the train station that we had just come out of. This station had been closed for a number of years because it was on the border of the West and East Berlin. The tunnel was bricked up and only guards and their dogs walked through it. However, they had recently opened it and put it back into use. The signs, lights, tiles were all still from the 1930s, so it was ...