Tag Archives: World War II

The Rebirth of Berlin

The Rebirth of Berlin

Posted on 19. Jan, 2011 by .

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I can’t believe a whole year has gone by since I was in Berlin. It seems to me like it was just yesterday. One year ago, I was cramped under my 70L backpack, probably looking for my way around, most likely tired and hungry - but having the best time of my life. Some of [...]

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The Unsuspected Charm of Krakow

The Unsuspected Charm of Krakow

Posted on 13. Dec, 2010 by .

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I’ve always been a World War II buff. I’m completely fascinated by the propaganda methods, the stories that almost seem unreal, and the major events. Europe is undoubtedly the best place to explore the WWII legacy and Krakow only seemed like a natural stopover. After checking into my hostel (Gardenhouse Hostel, 5 Floriańska St) I [...]

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London Transport Museum opens two new exhibitions: Under Attack and Aldwych Station

Posted on 08. Sep, 2010 by .

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London’s Transport Museum has just opened a new exhibition, called Under Attack, on what’s known in Britain as the Blitz, to commemorate its 70th anniversary. For the non-Brits out there, the Blitz is the time where London, Coventry and Dresden were bombed during the Second World War.  Here’s a short excerpt of the Museum’s website: “The exhibition will explore [...]

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