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Notebook

Walther Funk, who was both Minister of Economics and president of the Reichsbank, told stories about the outlandish pranks that his vice-president, Brinkmann, had gone on performing for months, until it was finally realized that he was mentally ill.

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Book Spotlight: Losing St. Christopher (Book 2 in the Cherokee Series) by David-Michael Harding

Historical fiction unveils the cruel past of the founding of America -

David-Michael Harding’s Losing St. Christopher chronicles Book 2 in the Cherokee Series and follows a family split by vision for the future, but held together by love, as they assimilate into… 429 more words

Books

Berlin Notes

Last night was the screening of Coming to Terms here in Berlin, at the Haus der Kulturen der Welt.   Was a decently sized audience, and a very very positive response to the film.  1,343 more words

Cinema And Arts

Eagle's Nest and Hitler's mountain in Berchtesgaden

Camping in Austria may not sound like an ideal holiday to some people, but for me it was really scenic and healthy with all that mountain air and open space. 719 more words

Self-deception

I was reading Albert Speer’s autobiography Inside the Third Reich. Speer was “Hitler’s architect” in charge of many of the public construction projects in Nazi Germany. 661 more words

Spiritual Life