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The majestic and ethereal Cologne Cathedral in Germany has survived many centuries since first built in the middle ages. Its South Transept window was destroyed in World War II and was replaced with plain glass. 61 more words


Brunch in Cologne: Fromme

Located along Breite Straße (take U-Bahn line 3 to Appellhofplatz) Fromme is a café and patisserie that serves breakfast all day long. Fromme has been in Cologne on Breite Straße since 1893. 149 more words


Hitler at 50: Color Photos From a Despot's Garish Birthday Bash

We do not usually give so much space to the work of men we admire so little. So began a remarkable editor’s note to LIFE’s readers in an April 1970 issue of the magazine, introducing a photographer named… 647 more words

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Paladin Justice reblogged this on saboteur365 and commented:

[caption id="attachment_2483" align="alignnone" width="584"]Hitler longed for his people to be mobile, so created a car for the people, the Volkswagon Hitler longed for his people to be mobile, so created a car for the people, the Volkswagon[/caption] If Hitler were alive today he would be 125 years old. If Germany had succeeded in her fight for self-determination and existence, I believe that not only Hitler but the rest of us could expect to live that long. Amazing advances in medicine by the Third Reich after victory might very well have propelled us along the road to cures for cancer, heart disease, kidney disease, and a host of other ailments that still plague us in this anti-human, Satanic New World Order clusterfreak of a world that the defeat of Hitler has brought us. On another issue, note the not-so-subtle propaganda in the Life article. Hitler is referred to as a despot. Would they call Obama a despot? Of course not. There's also the word "garish" in the headline. There's nothing garish about the pictures of the celebration. What I see is a celebration of honor, duty, and tradition. These are all positive values that Adolf Hitler espoused and lived. Garish? What BS!

A Piece That Calls For New Beginnings

Anton Bruckner’s works are magisterial, powerful, and grounded, monuments of tonal power. The Austrian’s seventh symphony, one of his most famous, has the power, but it has what some of his other pieces lack: melody. 29 more words

D'Haiti à Allemagne en passant par la France: A Family Trip

Bernando, cet homme, originaire d’haiti est allé en France pour apprendre la Gestion. Pendant ses etudes il a fait la connaissance d’Alice, qui deviendra sa femme. 309 more words


The Notwist-Kong

Today is Easter. Yes, everyone, everywhere is proclaiming joy.


Somehow Easter reminds me of many happy moments as a child. I fondly remember that pure time when I was in the comfort of my family, cozy and loved. 427 more words