The Ghosts of the Third Reich

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June

Very moving.

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Claudia

I am a third generation member of a family (extended) of Holocaust survivors. My first trip to Berlin was in 2006 with my husband to watch the soccer game between Brasil and Croatia, not only first time in Germany but also to watch a game in real life. To my surprise, I felt very disturbed . ...Read more

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