Updated on Saturday, 12 September 2020 - 02:31
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The Correspondent's Look.
From a baker's apprentice to the SS, one of the last Nazis tried in Germany
Sirens don't sing in Germany.
In the collective memory of this country, the mythological creatures of Ulysses wear Nazi uniforms and the seal of communist repression.
They evoke bombs, dark crowded shelters, destruction, escape attempts and death.
For the first time since the reunification of Germany, the Civil Protection Office (BKK) has
sounded the sirens in the framework of a simulated national alarm
that stirred many emotions and ended in fiasco.
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