Auschwitz

20 Jul 19
Treklightly Austria and Germany

Greg easily got navigated us through the Salzburg train station and on the train for the 1 ½ hour ride to Munich.  We met our guide shortly after arriving at the hotel and headed to Dachau. We knew it would be grim, but it felt necessary.  It is just outside Munich.  Opened in 1933, originally […]

20 Jul 19
Streets of the World

We took a tour to Auschwitz. I knew that it would be a hard day. Auschwitz is the German name for the Polish city Oświęcim. On the drive, we watched a movie made by the Soviets about their liberation of Auschwitz. They called WWII the Great Patriotic War. We learned that there was a nearby […]

20 Jul 19
Coyote is round trippin'

It’s been cool and somewhat rainy for a while, so I’ve just laid low and hung out in my room for the most part. This has given me the chance to focus on my Udemy, Great Courses, and Duolingo which I have enjoyed. Anyway, today I woke up and the sun was shining and the […]

20 Jul 19
Little Shells' Bookshelf 📚

Hello! I am back from my unannounced, unplanned hiatus! It was just difficult to post as I was not truly feeling myself. Also, June was not a good reading month for me. However, July has already been better and with this readathon I am planning on making it my best month yet! I am not […]

20 Jul 19
Making Histolines

The Liberation Of Auschwitz, 1945. Photograph by Boris Ignatovich. https://t.co/HKQsN7skfT ||(via Twitter http://twitter.com/historylvrsclub/status/1152635802452733955)@historylvrsclub

20 Jul 19
Reading Zombie

1. You write about zombie and vampires and other monsters a lot. Do you have a favorite? Zombies. Vampires are our inner Id unleashed and intensified. For all their strengths, vampires can experience fear, can be hurt, and can become tired. Humans can survive a battle with a vampire, even if bitten. Not so with […]

20 Jul 19

20th July, 2019 https://onetrueself.com/summer-reading/ The Choice, Embrace the Possible by Dr. Edith Eva Eger. The book recounts the story of Eger’s year in Auschwitz and how she created an amazing life in the subsequent years. Edger describes how she moved out of fear and hate–and learned to move into love and self-expression., She devoted much […]

20 Jul 19
Kon/Spira[l]

Codoh.com | Die Gaskammern von Auschwitz — Weiterlesen shop.codoh.com/book/507/521

20 Jul 19
Novena

“To understand the reality of war by going to visit Auschwitz and Birkenau to understand our own mission to build peace in the world” are the first steps of the meeting “A Global friendship to live together in peace”.

20 Jul 19
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20 Jul 19
Regina Leader-Post

After critics accused a local brewing company of celebrating genocide, Pile O’ Bones is defending the name, saying it honours Indigenous history.

20 Jul 19
UPHINDIA

Born 12th June, 1929 in Frankfurt, Germany, a little girl by the name Annelies Marie Frank was born. She was a writer and a diarist who lived in the Dark Age of Germany and died in 1945 after her short lived life. Her mother was Edith and farther was Otto Frank who was a businessman […]

20 Jul 19
Nurul Maesaroh

Buku Word Haritage membahas mengenai Situs Warisan Dunia Organisasi Pendidikan, Keilmuan, dan Kebudayaan Perserikatan Bangsa-Bangsa. Ada sepuluh volume yang diperkaya dengan ribuan visualisasi yang autentik dan atraktif. Jumlah yang fantastis! Kita benar-benar akan diperkaya dengan informasi, sejarah, mitos, dan lokalitas dari 878 situs World Heritage. Ratusan situs alam dan beragam budaya merentang dalam sejarah yanga […]

20 Jul 19
John William Bailly

Photo by Alex Gutierrez Enya P. Pla is a senior at Florida International University majoring in Biological Sciences and aims to become a physician. She is graduating in Spring 2020 and plans to continue her graduate studies in medicine. Besides science, Enya is also interested in business and plans to open her own business in […]