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... they can re-enact being in a concentration camp. Why are people so apathetic about this? She shuts the gate and for a split second, I have this irrational panic that I can't get out. In that moment I have a taste of what it felt like for those trapped here. The American tourists let us out and I am so astounded at their behaviour I am just lost for words. Amber walks off before she says something she will regret. Good self-control there. :)
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Cindy: This morning we drove to Dauchau -- without getting lost! Dachau was very moving (very plain, not a lot of exhibits, unlike the Holocaust Museum in Washington DC). Two building were original. Crematorium was terrible, 4 ovens worked 24 hours each day at the end of the war and could not keep up! The movie was too low and Gary could not hear it but the pictures were moving and very emotional! The camp was ...
... of over 5,000 Jews 'evacuated' by the Nazis from the Russian advance in the east. This was a gory insight for them on what was about to come within the walls of the camp itself. To our dismay and disgust, the original 'ARBEIT MACHT FREI' gates at the entrance of the camp that were stolen in November 2014 still have not been recovered, but the feeling that came with walking through the same archway that every prisoner entered through was a humbling moment. We were shown through ...
... understand the scale of the place with its wide-open spaces and vast rows of barrack foundations. (The original barracks were torn down, and even if they were still up they would not be safe at their age.) As some of you may know, this is not my first visit to a concentration camp. In 2009 I visited Auschwitz when I was in Poland, so I had a good idea what I was about to experience. For the rest of my family it would be a sobering ...
... visit to Dachau very difficult (some of you might be thinking that going to a concentration camp memorial is the last thing you'd want to do on your honeymoon), but it was important to us. Germany also recognizes that importance. Apparently it is mandatory for every German student to visit a concentration camp. That night we took it easy. Justin made dinner while Christina did yoga, and we watched a movie in bed on Justin's phone until we fell ...
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