East german escape balloon

East German border guards had a standard procedure to follow if they detected unauthorised individuals in the border zone. (Though the West Germans referred to the control strip as a "death strip", deadly force could be used at any location along the border – it did not depend on an individual's being in, or crossing, the control strip.) If the individual was less than 100 metres (330 ft) away, the border guard would first order: "Stop! Border sentry! Hands up!" ( "Halt! Grenzposten! Hände hoch!" ) or "Stop, stand still, or I will shoot!" ( "Halt! Stehenbleiben, oder ich schieße!" ). If the individual was further away or on the Western side of the border fence the guard was authorised to shoot without warning. If the escapee was a fellow border guard, he could be shot immediately from any distance without prior warning. Border guards were instructed not to shoot if innocent bystanders might be hit or if the escapee had made it into West German territory, or if the line of fire was into West Germany. In practice, though, shots fired from East Germany often landed in West German territory. [25]

As stated in the Final Report of the Frankfurt State Prosecution office under File Index No. Js 11/61 (GStA Ffm.) in "Criminal Action against Martin Bormann on Charge of Murder", dated April 4, 1973: XI. Result Although nature has placed limits on human powers of recognition (BGHZ Vol. 36, pp. 379-393-NJW 1962, 1505), it is proved with certainty that the two skeletons found on the Ulap fairgrounds in Berlin on December 7 and 8, 1972, are identical with the accused Martin Bormann and Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger. The accused and Dr. Ludwig Stumpfegger died in Berlin in the early hours of the morning of May 2, 1945 -- sometime between 1:30 and 2:30 . XII. Further Measures 1. The search for Martin Bormann is officially terminated.... ( Of course, die-hard conspiracy bugs would no doubt argue that Bormann died in Paraguay, and had his remains re-interred, surreptitiously, at the Ulap fairgrounds in Berlin, where they could later be "discovered". We doubt it, but if anyone would care to provide a succinct argument in favor of Bormann's survival past May 2, 1945, we will include it as an addition to this site. But an argument based merely on reports that Bormann was seen will not qualify. Elvis and St. Germain have been seen all over the world, too.)
Martin Bormann • June 17, 1900 • May 2, 1945 Recognize this guy? Would you like to blast your way through the Fuehrerbunker and slay Mr. Hitler himself? You would? Then download a copy of the classic game Wolfenstein 3D -- the game that started the whole 3-D gaming frenzy -- and let the carnage begin! If you already have a copy of Wolfenstein 3D , congratulations -- but check out the Wolf3D Bunker anyway.
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Rocky Horror Picture Show , Saturday September 2 – at midnight
Additionally, the Film Festival will include a midnight screening of the Rocky Horror Picture Show. Produced in 1975, the British-American musical comedy horror film was directed by Jim Sharman. The screenplay was written by Sharman and Richard O’Brien based on the 1973 musical stage production The Rocky Horror Show, music, book, and lyrics by O’Brien. The production is a parody tribute to the science fiction and horror B movies of the 1930s through to the early 1970s.

I agree that it is important, and I also agree that it is difficult to take our parents back to painful moments that we need them to share with us.
The legacies will be lost if the questions are not asked. Bravo to you Doris for taking yourself back in time with your Father to share with others the courage and tenacity that it took to make a better life for us, the children of those who experienced another type of childhood and young life…including real war and the great depression.
These are the real adventurers, I just cannot imagine being so brave. Thank you for sharing such a personal story.

East german escape balloon

east german escape balloon

I agree that it is important, and I also agree that it is difficult to take our parents back to painful moments that we need them to share with us.
The legacies will be lost if the questions are not asked. Bravo to you Doris for taking yourself back in time with your Father to share with others the courage and tenacity that it took to make a better life for us, the children of those who experienced another type of childhood and young life…including real war and the great depression.
These are the real adventurers, I just cannot imagine being so brave. Thank you for sharing such a personal story.

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