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Weisse Kreuze
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Las instalaciones fronterizas de la RDA pasaban por detrás del portal Este del edificio del Reichstag (hoy, sede del Bundestag alemán). La orilla sur del Spree pertenecía a la Alemania Occidental, mientras que la superfície del agua ya formaba parte de Alemania Oriental. En el lugar en el que la parte delantera del muro fronterizo limitaba con la orilla del río hasta 1990, la asociación privada de ciudadanos berlineses “Berliner Bürger-Verein”, construyó el sitio conmemorativo “Cruces blancas” en el décimo aniversario de la construcción del muro, en 1971.

Debido a las obras de construcción en la orilla del Reichstag, el sitio conmemorativo fue trasladado temporalmente. La instalación, formada ahora por siete cruces blancas, se encuentra de nuevo, desde el 17 de junio de 2003, en la orilla del río Spree y conmemora a todas las personas que murieron en un intento de huida de la RDA a Berlín Occidental, después del cierre de la frontera.

Las cruces, que están orientadas hacia la tierra, llevan inscritos los nombres y los días de la muerte de las siguientes personas: “Günter Litfin, 24 de agosto de 1961; Ingo Krüger, 10 de diciembre de 1961; Hans Räwel, 1 de enero de 1963; Klaus Schröter, 4 de noviembre de 1963; Heinz Sokolowski, 25 de noviembre de 1965; Marinetta Jirkowsky, 22 de noviembre de 1980 – así como las cruces orientadas hacia el río: “Udo Düllick, 5 de octubre de 1961; Werner Probst, 14 de octubre de 1961; Philipp Held, 11 de abril de 1962; Axel Hannemann, 5 de junio de 1962; Lutz Haberland, 27 de mayo de 1962; Wolf-Olaf Muszinski, marzo de 1963; Chris Gueffroy, 5 de febrero de 1989”. Se conmemora también a “las víctimas desconocidas” del muro.

La historia del sitio conmemorativo “Weisse Kreuze” explica por qué cada uno de los nombres fue escogido. Las cruces se colocaron en lugares en los que los fugitivos intentaron llegar a Berlín Occidental y murieron bien por disparos de la policía fronteriza de la RDA o a causa de un accidente.

En el transcurso de los años, los gastos para mantener las cruces tan alejadas entre si, excedió los recursos de la asociación cívica de Berlín, de manera que las cruces se concentraron en dos lugares centrales: en la orilla del río Spree y en la Bernauer Strasse, en el distrito de Wedding. También allí está previsto colocar las cruces como parte del “paisaje conmemorativo” que se está creando en el lugar.

Berlín Digital
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Debajo del puente que te llevaba a la isla de lso museos. No entendí muy bien el mensaje, pero creo que pone algo así como "Los únicos que saben lo guay que soy son los de la policía secreta"

GOBIERNO DIMISIÓN
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Las arañas, Los Toros, Los cerdos.
Las 3 maneras más habituales de llamar los anarquistas de Barlín a la policia.

Hunters Lounge, Berlin Friedrichshain

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Hunters Lounge, Berlin Friedrichshain
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Hunter’s Lounge, Friedrichshain, Berlin.

Höchstens die in gewagtem Ovalschwung angeschrägte Tresendecke mit eingelassenen Niedervoltlämpchen deutet darauf hin, dass für dieses Etablissement auch mal ein anderes Konzept denkbar gewesen wäre. Und im Keller schlummert eine Bar, ein Billardtisch?, in lilanem Dämmerlicht. Nein nein, die Hunter‘ Lounge ist nicht mehr und nicht weniger als die neumodische Version einer urdeutschen Jägerstube. Nichts könnte die krude Mischung aus Traditionsbehäbigkeit und entschiedener Postwendemoderne besser auf den Punkt bringen als die Erfindung des Longdrinks "Jägermeister Effect Energy" (5,50 Euro).

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The camp was established in 1936. It was located north of Berlin, which gave it a primary position among the German concentration camps: the administrative centre of all concentration camps was located in Oranienburg, and Sachsenhausen became a training centre for Schutzstaffel (SS) officers (who would often be sent to oversee other camps afterwards). Executions took place at Sachsenhausen, especially those that were Soviet Prisoners of War. Some Jews were executed at Sachsenhausen and many died there, the Jewish inmates of the camp were relocated to Auschwitz in 1942. Sachsenhausen was not intended as an extermination camp — instead, the systematic mass murder of Jews was conducted in camps to the east. However, many died as a result of executions, casual brutality and the poor living conditions and treatment.

Sachsenhausen was intended to set a standard for other concentration camps, both in its design and the treatment of prisoners. The camp perimeter is, approximately, an equilateral triangle with a semi circular roll call area centred on the main entrance gate in the side running northeast to southwest. Barrack huts lay beyond the roll call area, radiating from the gate. The layout was intended to allow the machine gun post in the entrance gate to dominate the camp but in practice it was necessary to add additional watchtowers to the perimeter.

The standard barrack layout was two accommodation areas linked by common storage, washing and storage areas. Heating was minimal. Each day, time to get up, wash, use the toilet and eat was very limited in the crowded facilities.

There was an infirmary inside the southern angle of the perimeter and a camp prison within the eastern angle. There was also a camp kitchen and a camp laundry. The camp’s capacity became inadequate and the camp was extended in 1938 by a new rectangular area (the "small camp") north east of the entrance gate and the perimeter wall was altered to enclose it. There was an additional area (sonder lager) outside the main camp perimeter to the north; this was built in 1941 for special prisoners that the regime wished to isolate.

An industrial area, outside the western camp perimeter, contained SS workshops in which prisoners were forced to work; those unable to work had to stand to attention for the duration of the working day. Heinkel, the aircraft manufacturer, was a major user of Sachsenhausen labour, using between 6000 and 8000 prisoners on their He 177 bomber. Although official German reports claimed "The prisoners are working without fault", some of these aircraft crashed unexpectedly around Stalingrad and it’s suspected that prisoners had sabotaged them. [1] Other firms included AEG.

Plaque to honour over 100 Dutch resistance fighters executed at Sachsenhausen.Later, part of the industrial area was used for "Station Z", where executions took place and a new crematorium was built, when the first camp crematorium could no longer cope with the number of corpses. The executions were done in a trench, either by shooting or by hanging. Amongst those executed were the commandos from Operation Musketoon and the Grand Prix motor racing champion, William Grover-Williams, also John Godwin RNVR, a British Naval Sub-Lieutenant who managed to shoot dead the commander of his execution party, for which he was mentioned in despatches posthumously. Over 100 Dutch resistance fighters were executed at Sachsenhausen.

The camp was secure and there were few successful escapes. The perimeter consisted of a three metre high wall on the outside. Within that there was a path used by guards and dogs; it was bordered on the inside by a lethal electric fence; inside that was a "death strip" forbidden to the prisoners. Any prisoner venturing onto the "death strip" would be shot by the guards without warning.

Arbeit Macht Frei gateOn the front entrance gates to Sachsenhausen is the infamous slogan Arbeit Macht Frei (German: "Work Makes [You] Free"). About 200,000 people passed through Sachsenhausen between 1936 and 1945. Some 100,000 inmates died there from exhaustion, disease, malnutrition or pneumonia from the freezing winter cold. Many were executed or died as the result of brutal medical experimentation. According to an article published on December 13, 2001 in The New York Times, "In the early years of the war the SS practiced methods of mass killing there that were later used in the Nazi death camps. Of the roughly 30,000 wartime victims at Sachsenhausen, most were Russian prisoners of war, among them Joseph Stalin’s eldest son (Yakov Dzhugashvili).[2]

The wife and children of Rupprecht, Crown Prince of Bavaria, members of the Wittelsbach family, were held in the camp from October 1944 to April 1945, before being transferred to the Dachau concentration camp. Reverend Martin Niemöller, a critic of the Nazis and author of the poem First they came…, was also a prisoner at the camp. Herschel Grynszpan, whose act of assassination was used by Joseph Goebbels to initiate the Kristallnacht pogrom, was moved in and out of Sachshausen since his capture on the 18th July 1940 and until September 1940 when he was moved to Magdeburg.[3] Ukrainian nationalist leader Stepan Bandera was imprisoned there until October 1944, and two of his brothers died there.

On September 15 1939, August Dickman, a German Jehovah’s Witness, was publicly shot as a result of his conscientious objection to joining the armed forces. The SS had expected his death to persuade fellow Witnesses to abandon their own refusals and to show rspect for camp rules and authorities. It failed; the others enthusiastically refused to back down and begged to be martyred also. [4]

Sachsenhausen was the site of the largest counterfeiting operation ever. The Nazis forced Jewish artisans to produce forged American and British currency, as part of a plan to undermine the British and United States‘ economies, courtesy of Sicherheitsdienst (SD) chief Reinhard Heydrich. Over one billion pounds in counterfeited banknotes was recovered. The Germans introduced fake British £5, £10, £20 and £50 notes into circulation in 1943: the Bank of England never found them. Today, these notes are considered very valuable by collectors.

Many women were among the inmates of Sachsenhausen and its subcamps. According to SS files, more than 2,000 women lived in Sachsenhausen, guarded by female SS staff (Aufseherin). Camp records show that there was one male SS soldier for every ten inmates and for every ten male SS there was a woman SS. Several subcamps for women were established in Berlin, including in Neukolln.

Camp punishments could be harsh. Some would be required to assume the "Sachsenhausen salute" where a prisoner would squat with his arms outstretched in front. There was a marching strip around the perimeter of the roll call ground, where prisoners had to march over a variety of surfaces, to test military footwear; between 25 and 40 kilometres were covered each day. Prisoners assigned to the camp prison would be kept in isolation on poor rations and some would be suspended from posts by their wrists tied behind their backs (strappado). In cases such as attempted escape, there would a public hanging in front of the assembled prisoners.

With the advance of the Red Army in the spring of 1945, Sachsenhausen was prepared for evacuation. On April 20–21, the camp’s SS staff ordered 33,000 inmates on a forced march westward. Most of the prisoners were physically exhausted and thousands did not survive this death march; those who collapsed en route were shot by the SS. On April 22, 1945, the camp’s remaining 3,000 inmates, including 1,400 women were liberated by the Red Army and Polish 2nd Infantry Division of Ludowe Wojsko Polskie.

It’s estimated that 200,000 people passed thrugh Sachsenhausen concentration camp and that 100,000 died.

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Berlin – Oberbaumbrücke
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Die Oberbaumbrücke verbindet als Teil des Innenstadtrings die Ortsteile Kreuzberg und Friedrichshain über die Spree – sie ist das Wahrzeichen des Bezirks Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg – die Bögen des U-Bahn-Viadukts und die zwei spitzen Mitteltürme wurden nach dem Fall der Mauer originalgetreu rekonstruiert – bei der Sanierung Anfang der 90er Jahre erhielt sie moderne Gestaltungselemente des spanischen Architekten Santiago Calatrava, so den neuen Mittelteil.

Oberbaumbrücke – Berlin
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Die Oberbaumbrücke in Berlin verbindet als Teil des Innenstadtrings die Ortsteile Kreuzberg und Friedrichshain über die Spree und liegt zwischen der Elsenbrücke und der Schillingbrücke. Sie ist das Wahrzeichen des Bezirks Friedrichshain-Kreuzberg.

Eine erste hölzerne Brücke befand sich auf Höhe der früheren Stadtmauer, einige Kilometer weiter stromabwärts von der heutigen Brücke nahe der Spreeinsel. Die Spree wurde hier zu beiden Seiten bis auf einen schmalen Durchlass in der Mitte mit begehbaren Holzstegen versperrt, um Zölle eintreiben zu können. Nachts wurde der Durchlass mit einem dicken, mit Eisennägeln bewehrten Stamm verschlossen, dem sogenannten Baum. Neben dem Unterbaum im Westen der Stadt gab es im Osten den Oberbaum. Mit der Verlegung der Stadtgrenze und dem Bau der Berliner Zollmauer wurde 1723 auf königlichen Befehl anstelle des Oberbaums eine neue Brücke etwas weiter östlich aus Holz mit Klappen für den Schiffsverkehr errichtet. Hier stand das Stralauer Tor als Eingang nach Berlin.

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