Huber

Josef-Seliger-Strasse 7, Dachau, Bavaria, 85221, Germany | Inn
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This inn, located on Josef-Seliger-Strasse 7, Dachau, is near Dachau Concentration Camp, Flugwerft Schleisheim, and Lustheim Palace (Schloss Lustheim).
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Travel Blogs from Dachau

Dachau Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 11, 2014

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... and random. They would kill randomly and assert their dominance in every way possible. One popular method was to take a prisoners hat and throw it into the grass. They had two contradicting choices: retrieve the hat and get shot down for attempting to escape or refuse to obey orders and still get shot down. The key to survival was to avoid attention. This is the time when black markets began. People would buy better fitting clothes and shoes to be ...

The Good, the Bad, and the Inhumane

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 01, 2014

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... Who needs sleep!? It was a blast as we told hilarious stories and I haven't laughed that hard in awhile! We also placed bets on when the Aussies would come back and I said they wouldn't come back till 6-8. I had a good morning and evening until the bad loss to the Belgians. However, my memories will forever be haunted by the inhumane treatment of human beings at Dachau. Memorable quote: I don't get why no one can serve a decent tea - Ian, a typical Brit Tomorrow: Maybe Nuremberg? Who ...

Lest We Forget

A travel blog entry by sbbwebsters on May 24, 2014

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Well, today was a more somber day. We drove to Dachau, the first concentration camp Hitler opened. It was opened soon after he came into power in 1933 and it was mostly used for political and religious opponents at first. It was more of a work camp. The motto on the gate says, "Arbeit macht frei" which means 'Work makes you free.' It was a very emotional day. I am glad we went. - Sheryl Ok....... I have to start out ...

Dachau

A travel blog entry by fergalicious on Dec 12, 2013

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... of their military and political opponents. Dachau was a work camp so it wasn't as gruesome as the 'extermination' camps. Even today, however, these camps are constantly censoring their exhibits and soon much of the evidence of the worst atrocities will be forgotten. Despite the sadness, it was definitely worth the ...

I am in boys heaven

A travel blog entry by kartman on Apr 17, 2013

1 comment, 6 photos

... it in the building, and then there is the Leibeer site. They have build a three story building on site that will remain here for the next couple of exhibitions. Then they have shovels, dumpers cranes all set up, mind blowing.

And now the bad news. There are NO give-a-ways, sorry guys. They instead have a gift shop. CAT's gift shop has about 10 people serving, they have a footwear department where you can try on ...