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

    Dachau - Day 2

    A travel blog entry by roaster on Mar 14, 2015

    1 comment, 14 photos

    ... primarily as a labour camp it seems, while some later camps were built to be extermination camps. Dachau had the fake showers that were actually gas chambers but it sounds like this was not really put into use as they had at other camps. Still, it was sobering to see the setup. Equally sobering were the crematoriums that worked 24/7 it seems, to burn the many bodies of those who died here. There were nearby execution grounds ...

    Crimes Against Humanity & Shopping Malls

    A travel blog entry by brandon_t on Oct 14, 2014

    1 comment, 74 photos

    ... as few of us have ever experienced anything close. As someone who did not live through the war it’s a sobering thought, but at the same time reminds us just how lucky we are to not have to ever experience such things in our lifetimes.

    Just outside of the crematorium is a beautiful park like area with groves of trees and trimmed lawns and shrubs. It is in these lovely woods that many executions took place early in ...

    Day 12 - Dachau

    A travel blog entry by jccharbonneau on Sep 26, 2014

    1 photo

    ... intellectuals etc who spoke out against Hitler's party. The camp was initially built to house 6000 prisoners, who were being "rehabilitated" through work (so the German public was told). On the wrought iron gate at the entrance of the camp are the words "Work Will Set You Free." There was no real chance of freedom though, and the work conditions were brutal. Eventually, Jews, "blacks," homosexuals, and priests (who spoke out against the ...

    Dachau Concentration Camp

    A travel blog entry by vmckinley11 on Aug 11, 2014

    18 photos

    ... and to avoid attention. However, the only way to obtain anything of value was to diminish oneself to entertain an SS officer, who loved to promote this system of inequality. Then Hitler invaded Russia and forced himself into a two front war. Phase 3: Gas, Burn, and Bury As the eastern territories were retaken, Hitler had no choice but to march his prisoners to other camps. As overcrowding became even worse and diseases such as typhus broke out they came ...

    Dachau Concentration Camp Memorial

    A travel blog entry by jdcotton on Jul 19, 2014

    10 photos

    ... a mental problem. It's irrational and exhausting. The Dauchau memorial was well done, meaning, not made pretty. The iron gates still said, "work will free you", and the barracks and grounds were plain and stark, though mostly rebuilt. The gas chamber and crematoriums made the strongest impression. I recoiled when I first went in. The gas chamber was deceptively designed to look like a shower, with shower heads and tiling. The crematorium ...