As other reviewers have mentioned here, there isn’t much information onsite regarding the complete history of this church, which was mostly destroyed during WWII.
Sites such as this one are important, as a reminder of historic events, and to show how we can rise above the past for a brighter future. As an American, it was interesting to visit with one of our German friends, since it demonstrates what a beautiful thing it is that we can be friends now in the 2010s, despite the animosity between our countries back in the 1940s. It shows how far we have come by learning from the mistakes of the past.
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