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V2 Rocket Factory with Doma Concentration Camp & Kyffhäuser Monument

Today Daniel and I planned a little road trip which would first take us to the Metalwork V2 assembly plant and Dora Concentration Camp. This site is pretty much where the foundations of rocket technology was created and sort of the future of NASA. 469 more words

Germany

Auschwitz, Poland

Auschwitz

Nicole and I woke up around 6AM to catch the 7:30AM bus to go to Auschwitz today. Nicole wasn’t excited to get up that early, but we needed to get there before 10AM to avoid having to get put into a tour group. 673 more words

Eastern Europe

The Jeremy Kyle Show Live at A Crematorium Near You!

The funeral service is primarily an opportunity to honour the life of a family member or friend. It affords us a chance to celebrate all that they have contributed into this world and into our lives. 1,276 more words

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At the Crematorium

the white smoke

curls and coils

and drifts

like a wisp

of  your hair.

Blood red roses

thrive in bone rich soil

velvety smooth

and secret-scented… 8 more words

Poem

City of London Cemetery and Crematorium

by Sheldon

It was an October morning 1888 when an Elm Coffin left the City mortuary in Golden Lane.

This was no ordinary Coffin: and this could be verified by the thousands of people who lined the route it meandered on its way to the… 626 more words

History

A Funeral Faux Pas or Double Entendre

Do you remember watching ‘It’ll Be Alright On The Night’? A TV show showing all the times when people said the wrong thing, fluffed their lines or said something that they didn’t mean to that just came out funny. 1,028 more words

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'I'm only here for my inheritance!'

On this particular day the sky was full of grey clouds. Rain fell heavily as the mourners gathered, many of them openly displaying their emotions. As I stood outside the front door to the crematorium chapel a man who I hadn’t previously met edged up to the side of me, leant in and said quietly, ‘I’m only here for my inheritance!’ Somewhat taken aback by his comment and stalling for time I replied saying ‘I beg your pardon…’ He replied with the same words ‘I’m only here for my inheritance.’ 840 more words

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