The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, Berlin

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  • There was again a good Memorial which was well established and much to see again. Very informative design in image and sound. You can traverse the Memorial alone with a headset and a few different languages or but with a group you can apply a guide and that is very good with a guide. I had a guide who is Italian and spoke very good German, but very many groups from Italy. The Guide itself an Italian must cause very often Italian groups through this camp, as in Italy in school anything about this thing hear and see and learn something about the first time when they come to Berlin. If the grandparents told they were at war, they didn't tell that you had worked for Germany as forced laborers, and with a pittance. There were 600000 Italians who had worked for Hitler and made a forced labour in a country of the enemy for a pittance. Hitler wanted to make himself with good Italian, which was a trap. In some barracks, there are some shows and admission is free. To see, also on the website they offer a lot for the school groups. You should take along time. It is located in beautiful willow tree, the s train station is a bus 165, a station, stop right there on the spot. If you walk, it is so 10 minutes. The route is signposted. Berlin Schöneweide is the only still largely preserved former NAZI forced labor camp. During the second world war, it belonged to the more than 3,000 collecting accommodations distributed over the city for forced laborers. Worth a visit. It's a free for all!
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  • This is a side wich is only interesting if you are also interested in one of the darker chapters off German history. I found it a very interesting side to visit. The way off exhibition takes you troug...  more »
  • Theme but certainly responsible to do in addition to the Berlin memorials. 11 million foreigners attended the compulsory work service, one of the barracks is dedicated to the Italians after the fall of Mussolini.
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