Tuesday, May 08, 2007

A journey to the past – Hamburg part 3

I surrender, I unconditionally surrender for my atrocities against mankind, and for a society that accepted it.

This day marks the victory of Europe over Germany in 1945. It is an ominous reminder that the intoxicating drug to have supreme power is short lived with its consequences outlasting the annals of time. The animosity against Germans still exists, not matter how apologetic and remorse they have been.

In the city of Hamburg, the Ohlsdorf cemetery is Europe's largest . Established in 1877, the grounds are also known as the Garden cemetery. These photographs were taken on a bleak day in 1994. the park is so large that you need a car to commute to end to end. - thebookmann

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