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The Allied Tomatoes (A Short War Story)

The plane roared as ally John jumped into the emptiness underneath. A short moment of total freedom came up to him. Flying like a bird, almost weightless, he inhaled the feeling. A few more seconds and it was time to … Continue reading

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Lübeck’s Marzipan in a Museum

Lübeck without Marzipan would be like New York without the Liberty statue. Impossible to think. The most famous is the Niederegger Marzipan, but there is more. And we have been in the museum of the Marzipanland. I heard about it … Continue reading

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Hamburg – Urban Views

Hamburg is an amazing city, full of life, full of architecture, full of history. And when the weather is like yesterday, the city offers millions of photo possibilities. I was there last weekend for totally different reason than a photo-shooting-tour. … Continue reading

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To Arrive or Not to Arrive (a package tracking story)

A few days ago I ordered some books on the Internet. Then I got the email of the arrival. Me, email to a friend: How fun is that? I just clicked on the tracking web page of a courier for … Continue reading

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Industrial and Technological History in Lübeck

Lübeck was once the ‘Mother of the Hanseatic League’ and a merchandise center. In the last century it still had one of the biggest businesses in North Germany: the furnace plant in Herrenwyk, just a few kilometers outside the city-center … Continue reading

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