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... the bombing was extensive as we saw later.
The Museum of Warsaw Rising told the story of the city's uprising against the Nazis in 1944. They've tried to make the exhibits interesting but we found it hard to make our way around even with a map. It was a bit disjointed and we had to ask how to find the basement.
We stopped for the night at a camping ground halfway between Warsaw and Krakow. It was right ...
... head bearings, the usual things. ‘Is there a problem?’ ‘NO ITS NOT A ... BMW!’ he wants to scream but with a calm exterior and a smile ‘No, just maintenance’ he replies.
We venture to the far north of Germany to the birth place of flight. Anklam. It is here that Otto Lilienthal, an Engineer, invented, constructed and piloted gliders consistently capable of carrying a man into the air with some flight control. After 2500 ...
... view and for to think and reflect on what the prisoners of the various concentration camps of WW II must have experienced and gone through. The photos are a reminder of what happened then so that we are aware that these types of governments do not repeat history.
Driving from Olomouc, Czech Republic we arrived at Oswiecim, Poland about 4 p.m. ...after checking into our hotel, which was right across the street ...
While here on my journey in Krakow, Poland.. I noticed that I was getting sick. So this morning before getting on the bus to go to Auschwitz (a whole other story), I stopped into a small store to grab some tissues and vitamin c. As I was checking out, the very nice lady behind the desk rang me up, as normal, then reached to the side of the counter. When she pulled her hand back towards me, it was holding ...
... in summer, and 5:30 in winter by a gong, and had to be ready for roll call by the second gong. If a prisoner was missing, they were required to stand until the missing prisoner was found - even during the winter months.