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... pay 4 euros to have our photograph taken with two guys dressed in traditional American garb and toting the American flag! We even had to pay an extra euro on top of that so that Mattijs could wear a Soviet style hat!
The bloody cheek!
This was something I have to admit that surprised me about Berlin. Considering its history, which we read more about at the Berlin Wall Memorial, I couldn’t help but feel that the city was somewhat cashing in on the ...
... they had just forced all crucifixes
to be removed from all the churches.
Then we rode to what is now a university, but was a library. In 1933, Hitler
demanded all books by Jewish/Communist/anyone not in line with the Nazi party way of thinking
be burnt. Around 20,000 books just from this library alone were burnt. There is
an underground memorial of empty bookcases to represent lost knowledge just
outside the building.
It was J.F.K who announced when in Berlin in 1960 that "Ich bin enie Berliner." This of course to the outside world meant that J.F.K saw himself as one of the Berlin common people. To the Berlin people J.F.K was saying he was a donut. You see Berlin and Berliner have two very different consultations and in this circumstance Mr. Kennedy's script writers hadn't done their research. They had mistaken his grab for popularity from a country rebuilding after war as a ...
... be good if you have a few of this sort of fan there. Yeah, of course, if the sport were actually any good you could watch it by yourself and still enjoy it just as much.
We'd already eaten - I think - but I saw a World Cup nibble plate on the menu. It cost a pittance but it was pretty impressive. There was so much it didn't actually fit on one plate.
My soccer ...
... disappointed when the Soviet leader merely responded that he hoped the United States would use it to bring the war with Japan to a speedy end.The Potsdam Conference ended on a somber note. By the time it was over, Truman had become even more convinced that he had to adopt a tough policy toward the Soviets. Stalin had come to believe more strongly that ...