Standing at the railroad station made me think about a woman that spoke to my students about this very topic. Her name escapes me but I wonder if she in fact left her home from this very station. She told us that she ended up living in The Dominican Republic and married and raised a family there. I never knew that their was a Jewish community there that was built up during The Holocaust.
Could you see the faces of the girls and hear their voices in the hall as you walked by? I could. I could close my eyes and see the young, innocent young ladies laughing and smiling on their way to class. And of course I read the wall photos and found that the very commission that Tony works found were instrumental in reopening the school after 1989.
Fabian and Frank really brought to light the life and times of Berlin east and west during the Cold War.