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... been said about the German characteristic of blindly following orders or authority without questioning. But it's still hard to understand how so many, even in such a demoralised state, could actually make a conscious decision to follow a regime with such evil goals, and how such huge numbers totally believed with complete idealogical commitment, in the policies of the regime. I find it baffling to imagine that millions, even when you discount ...
I hadn't worked it out. It needed to be discussed with me, for me to finally click about the construction and unusually mismatched architecture in Berlin. The Cold War! The wall! I guess having learnt about it during history studies, and through my parents, I had catalogued the event as historical and having happened any years ago. It was only about 25 years ago, which explains all the work and effort going into rebuilding. It explains quite a ...
... here. Hmmm. So I get off and wait. The next tram to come was the No10. Not the right tram but it was heading in the same direction as No5 so I figured that was OK. Five stops down the line, that was not OK. The stops they were announcing were definitely not on the map for the No5 line. So I got off, went back to the spot where the 5 and 10 lines intersected. Jumped on the next No5, it went the same way again. I got off (at the first stop this time) and walked back. ...
... which was great. Modern clean and quiet and well decked out overlooking a garden. Had a nice lunch at an Israeli restaurant which was like leb food. Visited kaisers supermarket for some supplies and in the evening went to More restaurant and enjoyed nice food and a bottle of wine. Thought about visiting laboratory until we discovered it was over in the east so went sleepie ...
... from walking. I then made my way to the remaining part of the Berliner Mauer, which could have been really interesting - there was a timeline of plaques about the Hitler era, not unlike a museum exhibit - but they weren't all that informative (I knew more that they said just from AP Euro and books like The Book Thief) and it was absolutely packed with tourists. I then found Checkpoint Charlie, which my mom had said was a must-see, and was impressive (she crossed over to ...