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What was left of the Garage in 1967

What was left of the Garage in 1967

Oddly Satisfying - GIF on Imgur

Oddly Satisfying - GIF on Imgur

A Verdun battlefield that still bears the scars of shell impact craters, photographed in 2005.

A Verdun battlefield that still bears the scars of shell impact craters, photographed in 2005.

Kaiser Wilhelm I

Kaiser Wilhelm I

Queen Victoria with her grandson Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) during the 1860's

Queen Victoria with her grandson Prince Wilhelm of Prussia (later Kaiser Wilhelm II) during the 1860's

Otto von Bismarck and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany.   30 Oct 1888.   Wilhelm had only been Emperor for just over 4 months.

Otto von Bismarck and Kaiser Wilhelm II of Germany. 30 Oct 1888. Wilhelm had only been Emperor for just over 4 months.

Germany. Kaiser Wilhelm I (1797-1888) was a Hohenzollern king of Prussia.  During his reign Germany was unified into one nation.   A younger son, Wilhelm was not expected to become king and  had a career in the military.   Wilhelm became king in 1861 when his older brother, King Frederick Wilhelm IV, died childless.  Wilhelm's wife was Princess Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach.  They had two children.

Germany. Kaiser Wilhelm I (1797-1888) was a Hohenzollern king of Prussia. During his reign Germany was unified into one nation. A younger son, Wilhelm was not expected to become king and had a career in the military. Wilhelm became king in 1861 when his older brother, King Frederick Wilhelm IV, died childless. Wilhelm's wife was Princess Augusta of Saxe-Weimar-Eisenach. They had two children.

Reich-Chancellery-Berlin-destroyed.jpg (640×425)

Reich-Chancellery-Berlin-destroyed.jpg (640×425)

Am Anhalter Bahnhof, Kreuzberg, um 1980 - Schön war die Zeit, als die Welt noch in Ordnung war - Photo: Werner Eckelt

Am Anhalter Bahnhof, Kreuzberg, um 1980 - Schön war die Zeit, als die Welt noch in Ordnung war - Photo: Werner Eckelt

Berlin Neue Reichskanzlei - Demontage der Ruine (1950)

Berlin Neue Reichskanzlei - Demontage der Ruine (1950)