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... preserve the material things from our past legitimizes the importance of archives. An archive serves as sort of a long term memory bank for a country, state, town, or city. While not everything can be preserved in this memory bank, the themes and stories that are stored inside allow areas of our past to never be truly forgotten. It prevents future generations from unintentionally rewriting history, of misconstruing the past. No one ...
... walk and a large sculpture. It was designed by a former inmate and reflects a prisoner's journey through Dachau. Prisoners would walk into camp (ground level of the monument footpath), be stripped of all rights and dignity (lowest level of the monument footpath) and then be released when the camp was liberated by the US forces (back at ground level again). It stands as a reminder of the thousands that did not get to leave Dachau and the many other camps. Further explanation of ...
... the repair shop, Mr. Rieger. We parked by Rieger’s shop and saw they had a red carpet set up for us as well as champagne and snacks. It was moving to say the least. Johannes was overcome with joy. As one would imagine after 2.5 months away from family and friends, it was an emotional reception. Immigration at the airport was the most relaxing of the trip, as the immigration officials didn’t bother to meet us. A form ...
... completely eccentric and would ramble on about random junk so much that he was getting under my skin within the first 10min. Before we even got on the train! I felt like I was in a primary school lecture, not a tour! When Jermaine introduced himself to the guide to break barriers he asked, "What is tour name?" The guide arrogantly replied, "I didn't tell you my name, you can tell me your name but you are not going to get mine until we get on the train." Even the ...
... was established in Carolingian times. In 1255
it was chosen as the residence of the Wittelsbach family, the dukes of Bavaria
and later became (1506) the capital of the dukedom.
During the Thirty Years War, Munich was occupied (1632) by Gustavus II of Sweden.
In 1806 the city was made capital of the kingdom of Bavaria. Under the kings
Louis I (1825–48), Maximilian II (1848–64), and Louis II (1864–86),
Munich became ...
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