Monday, July 30, 2012

Koningsbergen

before the war

after the war


next episode: Monsieur Etienne François Vitry

9 comments:

  1. The 'before' picture has a character that the 'after' shot will never have.

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  2. War robs us of so much. Proof of that is here.....!

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  3. All those lovely houses gone!

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  4. Those Soviets buildings in the background, all equal, all "cloned"...
    A real problem for inhabitants coming back home in the night and drunk... how may they recognize their own houses?

    @Little Nell - Those "lovely houses", already damaged in 1945, had been completely destroyed in the last period of Brezhnev's age (1980s)

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  5. It could have be great if those houses would still be there after the war. So sad that it didn't. :(

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  6. Hello there, Rob, and thank You for Your comment at "Kaliningrad tornerà ad essere Königsberg?".
    I am totally agreed with you. Russians should give Kaliningrad a Russian name. I propose Короля Гора (=Korolya Gora, meaning "Mount of the King", as well as "Königsberg"), because if they would give Kaliningrad "the previous name", there will be a domino effect in all that area: Sovetsk should be Tilsit, Gusev would be Gumbinnen, Baltijsk would be Pillau etc.
    All good wishes. Have a Merriest Christmas and a New Year 2013 where today is always better than yesterday and worse than tomorrow.

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    1. Thank you, and the same too you! Let's not forget to strive to make each day a little bit better than the previous one...

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