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... these atrocities so that they don't recur.
Another point made was that the violence did not end in 1945 - with the liberation of the camp by the Russian forces, Sachsenhausen then became a concentration camp to house Nazi soldiers, sympathizers and the like - with 50% of them having never faced trial. Of the 60,000 prisoners held by the Russian regime, more than 12,000 died - not that far from the mortality rate of the same camp when ...
... available'. Even with an English translation not being able to read any place name makes it very difficult. We must have looked like very confused, ignorant tourists because a guy just came up to the machine, sorted it all for us and told us what platform to go to... Now that was much simpler! Arriving at our stop we now had to walk through Central Berlin to find the hostel. Remember we have no luxury phone data to use google maps, instead it is ...
... entirely. They have taken the right steps to try and identify that balance.
** Side Note: The pictures are just from walking around Nuremberg (not
from Berlin - although I'm technically posting this from Berlin). Sorry they're so dark and gloomy - it was raining that day.. They really aren't of any significance to this post in term of content, but I realized that I had never shared any pictures of the Old Town of Nuremberg, so here they are!
Having been to Berlin once or twice over the years, I had never managed to get to see the Cecilienhof Palace where the Potsdam Conference of 1945 took place. This was the meeting between Stalin, Truman and Churchill / Attlee at the end of the Second World War, intended to make a lasting settlement in Europe.
I was particularly looking forward to this episode, but there was a slight hitch in that Red was poorly. Clearly her engine was not right, ...
... trip advisor were stating. So we asked some locals and jumped on a few more buses and trains and we were there in half hour! This memorial was very historical, interesting and informative. So we took plenty pictures and headed to see checkpoint Charlie next which was also very interesting to see. We then headed to Alexanderplatz, which had lots of shops and restaurants. We visited this at 6pm ...