Die Blaue Stelen

Not sure why I didn’t reblog this the first time instead of just having the title as a link, but here it is now! These are photos Ana Elisa Fuentes took in Germany as a reminder of Hitler’s Nazi Germany.
Also, hopefully a reminder for ALL of us to never get fooled again. (Though I am beginning to believe my country is going to have to learn the lesson through experience!)
Peace, love & justice for all,
Sherrie Miranda’s historically based, coming of age, Adventure novel “Secrets & Lies in El Salvador” is about an American girl in war-torn El Salvador:


IMG_4045-3000px-1Die Blaue Stelen or Blue Columns, Luitpold Park, Ingolstadt, Germany


Here, one of nine columns in Luitpold Park, commemorates a Jewish citizen of Ingolstadt Germany who later died in Thereisenstadt, Germany, in 1942.


A Blue Column installed in the center of Ingolstadt, Germany commemorates a Catholic Priest, who died at the Dachau Concentration camp, near Münich, Germany.


The former Nazi headquarters in Ingolstadt, Germany where the above Blue Column is installed.


_MG_6116 The Blaue Stelen  is a memorial of  blue steel columns recalling the victims of  National Socialism or the Nazi regime. The columns are located in public spaces, in historic significant locations – visible and interactive throughout Ingolstadt, Bavaria, Germany. When approached a motion sensor illuminates the glass displayed images of the victims. The columns were created by German artist Dagmar Pachtner are 180 x 40 x 40 centimeters in size, and were permanently installed in 1998. IMG_5606(Above color…

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