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... groups of sufferers proper commemoration, and warps our understanding of places like Sachsenhausen. It wasn't until decades later, when the Soviet Union fell and the memorial was opened to individuals on the other side of the iron curtain that other victims were identified and brought to public attention. In a way, revealing additional damage caused by Sachsenhausen reopens a wound that has already been under extensive care and has had a difficult ...
... Smaller servings than usual, but more than enough to split. Salad, fish and asparagus. Good, but not quite as good as in Coburg.
Back to the Intercontinental and I blogged while Sandy read. Tomorrow, we split up. Museums for her...back to historical stuff for me! Been a good first full day in Berlin!
Gute Nacht my friends and family!!!
I still can't get used to these suburban churches... where do they put the graveyard?
Another street corner for colour.
And yet more colour. I must admit that the whole of Berlin's no doubt not so cool. Somehow I fluked a really good suburb - well hardly fluked, I did have some advice. Being in this area has really made my trip though.
... the communist HQ and various buildings of significant importance to Berlin. Rob gave us so much information and told us stories that I never had a clue about because I grew up in Australia and the history we learnt was much simpler; 'Hitler started a war killing millions in the process but then we 'the allies' won and peace was restored. Whereas Rob gave us all side of the story. For example I learnt that after the war Winston Churchill said "Berlin is destroyed, they will ...
We started the day in class. I am taking two classes over here, project management and my capstone class. After class, we headed to the Commerzbank to hear about the Euro Zone financial condition and the strategy of the bank. After the visit at the bank, we went to the Berliner Dom, a large cathedral in Berlin. Surprisingly, it is a Protestant cathedral, with statues of ...