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... the fact that there were minimal consequences for the Nazis who were around after the war ended. Many of the doctors who had participated in gruesome medical experiments on innocent people simply went back to their medical careers after the war ended. It's astounding what humans are capable of inflicting on each other. The superiority the Nazis felt over every other people is still alive and well today when white cops shoot black kids, shoot pit bulls in their own yards, when ...
... charging tourists money to take a photo with them (it's right up there for me with the buskers who jump into U-Bahn cars). For those of us who want to try and get a photo of the checkpoint without them in it (regardless of the monetary aspect), is impossible. Just one of my pet peeves. It took me about an hour to walk from Checkpoint Charlie to the East Side Gallery. I actually started at the wrong end and was completely blown away by all the art ...
Across the centuries there have been benevolent dictators with pure hearts and good intentions, but they are few. In the main conquerors have been more of the tyrannical butcher variety. One man trying to best and banish another man in pursuit of ego-satiating power while laying waste to anyone in his path.
With that in mind, you see a lot of depravity and death at the hands of the vilest megalomanics.
That realization can ...
... was made up so you felt like you were sitting at a table with your drink, inside the Kit Kat Club. I sadly wasn't able to take photos of the show, just like any other stage show I guess, but you can at least see the theatre before the show started to see what the atmosphere was like. The show started with the Master of Ceremonies appearing in the audience and making the famous introduction and then the show took off. The performer who played the MC looked just like the Joel ...
Our first stop in Germany was Berlin. Our first easy jet flight was a success with absolutely no problems. The only down side of this flight was that we landed at 11.00pm and the last train into the city was at 11.25pm. If we missed the train it would be a 50 euro taxi ride. Thank goodness for no customs and our luggage being some of the first to be unloaded we made it onto the train with just a few seconds to spare ...