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The Invisible Cemeteries

By Emilie Bouchard Cemeteries have always been interesting…
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The Significance of Cemeteries: A Service Learning Experience

By Spencer Cottman      When dealing with the passing…
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Experiencing the Berlin Wall Up Close

By Jeremy Covone Visiting the Berlin wall as an emotional…
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The Soviet War Memorial

By Stella Van Ness The Soviet War Memorial in Berlin, Germany…
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Monumental Progress: Memorials as a Part of Collective Memory

By Spencer Cottman Collective memory is an important part…
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The Roma and Sinti Memorial is surrounded by rocks of many shapes and sizes, and features a triangle as an identification symbol during this time period.

Broken beyond repair

By Rachel Watson An experience that was particularly breathtaking…
Also from Gleis 17; the pathway of all the plates with the concentration camps and number of victims from each one.

Trying to Walk in Their Shoes

By Maddie Petherick Gleis 17 is the platform in West Berlin…
The cracks within the Berlin Wall.

A Wall Without Borders

By Jonalynn C. Lao The gorgeous city of Berlin; is home to…
Auschwitz II-Birkenau – Photo taken of a postcard purchased at gift shop

One Path Leads to Another and Another

By Erin Harrison As I stood on the platforms of Grunewald…