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... causes, connections and consequences of nazism.
And Court 600, where the likes of Eichmann and Goerring got their day, is open for public viewing when more mundane 21st century trials are not taking place.
We decide to give it all a miss. We're done with nazis (though from watching German TV it is clear nazism, and the neo-nazi fascination of many young, disaffected Germans, remains a real issue).
Instead, we opt for Nuremburg's most famous artist, ...
... where Hitler would have a yearly rally to get the troops psyched but it was more about his ego and having the attention. The Hitler youth had to walk to Nuremberg from their towns all over Germany, many beginning the journey in June for the rally in September. They would march for a few hours and listen to Hitler for a few hours - luckily they could ride the train home. Hitler chose Nuremberg because ...
For all the time we lived in Germany, we never went to Nuremberg. From what we saw there on this trip we were sorry we didn't. The old medieval downtown area was simply enchanting. What is interesting is the the Emperor never lived in Nuremberg, even though there is a huge castle there. It is a walled city complete with moat and towers at the four corners and a river running through it. Of note the moat was never filled with water and ...
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This afternoon we cruised into Nuremberg, the city where Hitler held many rallies, and where the Nazi Trials were conducted after the war. Almost 100% of the city centre was destroyed in 90 minutes of bombing during WWII. Nuremberg has a pop of 500,000, and it was a big trading town dating back to the 11th C.
It's impressive medieval buildings were completely rebuilt using the original stones, after the destruction from the war. We visited the ...
... me of the trains in Vienna, also being user friendly. We just had to follow the blue line track and once we knew which starting and finishing station was at each end, it was easy peasy. Although remembering our way back to the stations was sometimes a bit of a challenge!
We got off at the designated station and headed to the Palace of Justice (Law Courts) as we were keen to see where the Nuremberg trials had been conducted. It's hard to ...