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In Mori (Stockelsdorf) bei Lübeck aufgewachsen, habe ich bereits von 1916 bis 1918 am Ersten Weltkrieg im Füsilierregiment "Königin" Nr. 86 teilgenommen. Im August 1939 wurde ich als Veteran in die Wehrmacht eingezogen. In diesem Blog veröffentliche ich mein Kriegstagebuch.

Montag, 28. Januar 2013

28. Januar 1940

Quelle: Wikipedia
Sonntag. Nachmittags machen wir eine mühselige Wanderung auf tief verschneiten wegen zum Hermannsdenkmal im Teutoburger Wald. Bergab sind wir viel gerutscht und gefallen. Im Kaffee „Thusnelda“ trinken wir Kaffee.
 
Sunday. In the afternoon we go on an exhausting walk on paths deep with snow to the Hermannsdenkmal in the Teutoburg Forest. On the way down we slipped and fell a great deal. We drink coffee in the "Thusnelda" café. 

Explanation for non-German readers.
The Hermannsdenkmal was completed in 1875 to commemorate the victory of Arminius (Hermann)over the Romans in 9 A.D. The original impulse was to celebrate German unity, but this was appropriated in the 1920s by right-wing extremists to glorify German military power. It was a motif used by the NSDAP and became known throughout Germany and much-photographed and visited. The democratic parties tried to resist and associate the monument with values like unity and freedom, but they were overwhelmed. A classic outing for anyone visiting the area at this time.


 
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  1. Sunday. In the afternoon we go on an exhausting walk on paths deep with snow to the Hermannsdenkmal in the Teutoburg Forest. On the way down we slipped and fell a great deal. We drink coffee in the "Thusnelda" café.

    Explanation for non-German readers!
    The Hermannsdenkmal was completed in 1875 to commemorate the victory of Arminius (Hermann)over the Romans in 9 A.D. The original impulse was to celebrate German unity, but this was appropriated in the 1920s by right-wing extremists to glorify German military power. It was a motif used by the NSDAP and became known throughout Germany and much-photographed and visited. The democratic parties tried to resist and associate the monument with values like unity and freedom, but they were overwhelmed. A classic outing anyone visiting the area at this time.

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  2. Postkarte mit Blick auf Cafe Thusnelda
    http://www.akpool.co.uk/postcards/24303710-postcard-hiddesen-detmoldcaf-restaurant-thusnelda-hermannsdenkmal-silkenbeumer

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