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Anti War Museum

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Brusseler Str.21., 13353 Berlin Germany
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Get the most out of your visit to Sachsenhausen, one of the first concentration camps in Germany, by touring with a guide. On this full-day tour from Berlin, you'll listen to a historian detail the influence of the Third Reich and the timeline of how this camp came to be. Travel via train from Berlin with your guide (ticket at own expense) which eliminates the need to rent a car.
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robbly wrote a review Oct 2017
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I saw the museum on the internet whilst researching for my trip to Berlin recently and thought it would be worth a visit. The museum itself is quite small but packed with very interesting artifacts from both world wars and beyond, there was a video to watch before touring the museum which was available in English and as I was the only person there at the time I was shown some photos also on the tv screen of Berlin at the end of the war. The man who was in charge of the museum gave me a lot of insight into the man who had the idea to start the museum in the first place Ernst Friedrich. There is no admission charge as it is entirely run by volunteers and all the artifacts have been donated, the icing on the cake for me was going down to the basement which was used as an air raid shelter during the war and is in its original condition but filled with items from that time. Again I was with the museum attendant and joined by another visitor who was German, we were all of a similar age I think circa 65. We listened to a live recording of an air raid which was surreal but I cant emphasize how much I enjoyed this visit, I thoroughly recommend a visit here if your interested at all in history especially the war years. The museum is easy to find, just about five minutes walk from the nearest U Bahn station.
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