Neighbours who disappeared

Education and a knowledge of history connected with humanity and an ordinary capacity for compassion will perhaps enable us to identify the seeds of old-new dangers and to confine the demons of hatred and evil before they overpower us again.

Václav Havel

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      2012.08.11 Edited

      Nice memorial, but of course such a terrible thing to happen. Are there many of these around the city or is this a one-off?

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      2012.08.09 Edited

      First I give you congratulations for the excellent, excellent photographs.
      Secondly I want to tell you that am thrilled.
      We all know the reality that speak your photos, but sometimes we put our heads in the sand and let it go.
      It is always important to remember in the first place, they suffered. His memory in second place. Thirdly make known to all and especially young people, not only what happened, but what can "always" happen when we are not aware.
      Unfortunately, recent history tells us that we have been heedless.

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      Jay
      2012.08.09 Edited

      Yes, we have the exact same brass "stones" in Germany as well. I see them all the time. It is so har to fathom why and how we humans can actually become so filled with either hatred or allow ourselves to turn away and "not get involved". Neither is okay.
      Beautiful architecture.