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Dieses Thema im Forum "Talk" wurde erstellt von LooseCannon, 31. Juli 2015.
I'll think about it.
it hurts doesn't it
I do wanna go to some of the WW1 & WW2 battle sites and maybe Auschwitz just to see if that's the camp my grandfather was sent to.
sounds like that would be worth a trip indeed.
I've been in Dachau (near Munich), and already that experience made me realise, I'd never set foot in any of those camps anymore! It was more than impressing, overwhelming etc.
And according to the Greek guide (who lived half her life in Germany),and survived Dachau, it was one of the "friendliest" camps.
Shocking. And that's just actually an understatement. I still don't find the proper words of what I saw there.
I visited the camp Struthof in Natzwiller and it was shocking. The way they build the camp was very exhausting for the prisoners and seeing the gas chamber and the acid baths... speechless...
This is something I really want to do too!
You (both) should! But after that, I reckon, you won't set another foot in such a place! The images, the scenery, everything... *speachless*
I'll probably be one and done after that. Is there a way to find out what camp my grandfather was in?
And I would like to bring my sis with me because of the ties between WW2 and family history
Probably if it was documented where he was send. But i wouldn't know where to get that kind of info
Wouldn't there be old German records of this?
Don't know. Maybe you should contact the holocaust institute or something?
I tried & found nothing.