Matt recently visited Berlin and took the opportunity to visit the German-Russian Museum in Karlshorst, the site of Nazi Germany’s unconditional surrender. The building and the hall have a fascinating history, once part of the Wehrmacht’s Pionierschule 1 and later the USSR’s HQ in Eastern Germany, today it is a museum and well worth a visit.
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