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Old 12.23.2009, 07:40 PM   #28
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Originally Posted by Glice
I will say though, I'm sure you noticed that a lot of younger Berliners (and possibly other Germans) seem to feel that there's a sense that the international sense of the war being the German's fault shouldn't be transmitted onto their generation. Not quite 'let's forget about it' but 'this was a long time ago'. Did you find that?

i did certainly. i know that many people still become very upset when talking about the war, especially the holocaust. there is also a sense that 'you cant keep brining things up because it really wasnt anything to do with me'. being english we know what thats like.
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