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Unter Den Linden Reichsinnenministerium From two buildings together housed the Prussian Interior Ministry, which Hermann Goering assumed control of in On November 1, it was merged with the Reich Interior Ministry headed by Wilhelm Frick who was responsible for drafting many of the "Gleichschaltung" laws that consolidated the Nazi regime and was instrumental in passing laws against Jews such as the notorious Nuremberg Laws, in September He was succeeded in the post in by Himmler.
The building was constructed from to to a design by Konrad Nonn who had been a NS party member and activist of the Kampfbund Deutscher Architekten und Ingenieure.
It was one of the first government buildings erected by the Nazis. Architecture was not the only aspect of Nazi rule that survived. As Paul Meskil wrote in in his book Hitler's Heirs: Where Are They Now? Though not a member of the Nazi Party, he was a high official of the Nazi Interior Ministry and co-author of a legal interpretation of the Nuremberg racial laws.
Those laws, defining a Jew as anyone with a Jewish grandparent, laid the legal basis for the persecution of all Jews in Germany.
Apart from the Air Ministry, all the major public buildings along the Wilhelmstrasse were destroyed by Allied bombing during and early The Wilhelmstrasse as far south as the Zimmerstrasse was in the Soviet Zone of occupation, and apart from clearing the rubble from the street little was done to reconstruct the area until the founding of the DDR in The communist DDR regime regarded the former government precinct as a relic of Prussian and Nazi militarism and imperialism, and had all the ruins of the government buildings demolished in the early s.
In the late s there were almost no buildings at all along the Wilhelmstrasse from Unter den Linden to the Leipziger Strasse.
In the s, apartment blocks were built along this section of the street. Reichskolonialamt Site of the former headquarters of the Reich Colonial office, set up to reclaim the colonies lost through the treaty of Versailles. Built by Carl Vohl inthe building used to be the liaison office of the Prussian king and the kaiser to the government, housing the Privy Civil Cabinet of the Prussian king and German Emperor.
From to the president of the Prussian Council of State and future West German chancellor Konrad Adenauer, used this as his apartment whilst serving as a Centre Party politician and chief mayor of Cologne.
Upon taking power, this is where Hitler put Ribbentrop's office and the Nazis' liaison office, both under the authority of deputy Fuhrer Rudolf Hess who was made responsible for ensuring that all laws, statutes, regulations, promotions and so forth conformed to National Socialist ideology.
After the war the building's damage was repaired and the building was used as a student residence. Detesting the cruel ways of the Gestapo and SA in dealing with prisoners of war, he protested unsuccessfully to Hitler, nevertheless staying on in the cabinet, hoping to reform the establishment from within.
Instead, he found himself providing official sanction and legal grounds for a series of criminal actions under the Hitler administration.
At the mass executions beginning on 7 Septemberit also happened that some prisoners were hanged "by mistake". Thierack simply covered up these mistakes and demanded that the hangings continue. The building was demolished in after having been badly damaged during the war, and today the site serves as the embassy of Afghanistan.
It was headed by Bernhard Rust who had tried to bring the school system into line with Nazi ideology whilst discharging those regarded as politically or racially "undesirable" from scientific and research work. The building received minimal damage during the war and in Augustsome of its rooms were set aside for the German Central Authority for Public Education.
Today it serves as offices for members of the Bundestag. Subsequently the building served as British embassy until its destruction in the Second World War. Photos I took for the site British Imperial Flags.
There it stands, with gilded lions and unicorns upon its portals. I had rather expected that this diplomatic seat of the arch-enemy would attract some attention, especially on a Sunday, when this part of town was thronged with outside visitors.
Yet, though I watched closely for some time, I never saw a soul give the building more than a passing glance, much less point to it or demonstrate in any way. It had been bombed during the war, after which the office became the Federal Ministry for Food, Agriculture and Forests under the communist authorities.
It was finally demolished in and remained vacant until the mid s when the East Germans began building high-rise apartment blocks. Incredibly, the company employed to produce anti-graffiti coating for the blocks was Degussa, a big German chemical company, which once owned Degesch- the firm that produced the Zyklon B used to gas Jews in concentration camps.
My students in standing among the stelae which vary in height from eight feet to just under sixteen feet and three feet wide, supposedly designed to produce an uneasy, confusing atmosphere; a supposedly ordered system that has lost touch with human reason.
A copy of the Foundation for the Memorial's official English tourist pamphlet, however, states that the design represents a radical approach to the traditional concept of a memorial, partly because Eisenman did not use any symbolism.
An attached underground "Place of Information" holds the names of all known Jewish Holocaust victims, obtained from the Israeli museum Yad Vashem.A page about Crowsnest, Alberta, describing the history of its industry and society, its layout, accommodations, tourist attractions and recreation.
K. Carl Kaas Norwegian lawyer and grand master of the Grand Lodge of Norway since b. in He played an important part in securing the return of the many valuable articles and library belonging to the grand lodge which had been removed by .
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