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Our guide took us to Gleis 17, which we had not known about. It was very touching to read the many markers on both sides of the railroad track, listing how many Jews were loaded on railroad cars and their destination. Of course not many...More
It took some ordinary people to recognise the significance of this place, and do something about it. Rather than detail my impressions, I'd just say that it's probably a good idea to go there with a guide, who could also take you to nearby Wannsee
A must visiting point. Avivid and shcocking memorial of how ordinarry proud citizens of Berlin were taken out of there homes and daily living, driven to their most horrific destination under the open eyes of the non jewish citizens of Berlin and its proud railway...More
Our tour guide, Eyal Roth of Jewish Heritage Tours of Berlin, took us here. We had not heard about it from friends. It is a very powerful sight, to see the platform from which Jews were transported to their death -the dates, the numbers and...More
Gleis 17 is a little known memorial, even to the locals, to the Jews murdered during the Shoah. The memorial can be easily reached from Berlin via the ultra-light railway system and getting off at the Grunewald station. It cost us 6 Euro round trip...More
A remnant of the holocaust. A train platform with plates around the perimeter showing the numbers of jews and destination of the train. The precision of Hitlers extermination is chilling. Very powerful and very sad. A little harder to get too but far more meaningful...More