German Memorial Culture today (?): Wentorf

In the town, where I went to secondary school, a new memorial plate for German soliders having died in or missing in action in WW2 has just been unveiled on an older memorial from ca. 1925, which so far only named victims from that town of WW1 and generally “1939-1945”.

Here are some letters I wrote on that subject and two posts from my own new blog:

and here three articles in the local newspaper:

Yours,

Andreas

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1 Response to German Memorial Culture today (?): Wentorf

  1. rosarobra says:

    Oje, wie kompliziert. Und ein normales wordpress.com – blog geht nicht?

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