Huber

Address: 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

Crimes Against Humanity & Shopping Malls

A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 14, 2014

1 comment, 74 photos

... some internal power struggles within the party and the 1934 murders of dozens of government officials and party leaders, camp operations changed hands to the SS. With this and the passage of the Nuremberg Laws a year later the camp evolved from a place of bullying and silencing to eventually a place of death. Death here however is different than that of extermination camps such as Auschwitz. Here death was accomplished primarily ...

Day 12 - Dachau

A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 26, 2014

1 photo

... freedom that, before, seemed impossible. Dachau is a testament to the human spirit's will to survive, and to the fact that when humans band together in hope they will survive and will be free. But sadly Dachau is primarily a reminder of the opposite, of what monstrosities humans are capable of when they create an "us versus them" dichotomy, when we think of others as less, as unworthy, as cheap labour, as pests that need to be eradicated. We both ...

Dachau Concentration Camp

A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 11, 2014

18 photos

... had to live with parents, grandparents, mayors, chiefs of police etc. who were pardoned by the Nuremberg Trials, but realistically couldn't be forgiven for their crimes against basic human morality. The most important thing to take away from seeing the camp, or from reading about it, is understanding the patterns of human history. First of all, the Nazis were NOT the first to use concentration camps, that was the British in South Africa. Second, ...

The Good, the Bad, and the Inhumane

A travel blog entry by abryan124 on Jul 01, 2014

27 photos

... most soldiers didn't know or didn't acknowledge the atrocities but many did know and it is the most inhumane action in the world. Sadly, Dachau was not the worse. The camp now is barren and there are only a couple original buildings left in the complex, the gatehouse, prison, guard towers, and sections of the main building. Most of the barracks had to be torn down in 1964, since they were used for housing refugees and other prisoners after the war. The most horrific thing I have seen is ...

OK-to the-TOB-to the-ER-to the-FEST!

A travel blog entry by schreinski on Sep 22, 2013

29 photos

... camp itself. We then went further into the camp where we walked through the "Pre-Shower" room and next into the "Shower" room. The term "shower" to this concentration camp meant gas chamber. We then saw the crematories and the rooms where they kept the bodies. It was an un-describable feeling/experience. It was such an eerie/sadness feeling that just hung onto you and wouldn't let go, to the point of not being able to breath and nauseating. I'm so glad I got to ...