A visit to Dachau: managing the past in the present

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    Houses in the town of Dachau
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    Sign at the entrance of the memorial
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    Entrance to the camp
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    Original overs in the crematorium
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    The "shower room"
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    Offices and archive
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    The reconstructed barracks
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    Marking of where the barracks formerly stood
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    "Camp street"
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    Memorial stone in the Ash Garden
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    Menora in the Ash Garden
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    Stream and wishing well
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    Glid's Memorial - Human Barbed Wire
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    The Jewish memorial
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    Protestant Church of Reconciliation
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    The Catholic chapel
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    The Orthodox chapel
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    Entrance to the Carmelite monastery
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    International memorial plaques
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    French memorial plaque from 1965
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    Competition for the creation of a monument
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    A post-war ceremony on Camp street
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    Model of Glid's monument
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    Signs to the chapel and to the monastery
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    Entrance to the monastery
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    Visitors outside the crematorium
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    Marking of where the barracks formerly stood
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  1. October 14, 2015

    […] is definitely one such moment – as is his off-handed thought of sending a studio employee to Dachau. I also enjoyed his brief monologue lamenting that the German people did not destroy everything […]

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