Tag Archives: human interaction

Day 15: Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp

Note: Please be forewarned: the details I include in this entry are at times graphic and extremely disturbing. Also, and of lesser importance: I struggled with shrinking today’s entry to the usual 500 words. Considering the topic is so intense, … Continue reading

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Day 8: Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (on a Sunday)

Today, I’m visiting the “Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe,” (often referred to as the “Holocaust Memorial”). I have mixed feelings about visiting memorials like this one. The mixed feelings don’t arise from thinking I ought and that I … Continue reading

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Day 4: NYC to Berlin (travel day)

Today is another travel day – this time I’ll head to JFK and then hop an AirBerlin flight to Germany. Big-city trains are dehumanizing in the same way that big-city streets are dehumanizing. Small-town folks don’t understand this, but the … Continue reading

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