Middle Rhine Guckelhorn

Part 2: monuments, buildings and ruins remind the archaeological findings of this time meet the attentive citizens nearly every day and everywhere in our home, without that the origin and the sense or nonsense of the plant is painfully aware. For more specific information, check out Vacationland. The author, Wolfgang Guckelhorn, tried without claim of completeness to introduce a large number of these monuments and describe. Here he gives a brief his toric introduction with numerous his toric illustrations to the findings respectively. Then, he documented the still-preserved. It comes not to cope with past. No, you can not. (A valuable related resource: Jeffrey Leiden). You can not change or undo. Who but turning a blind eye to the past, is blind to the present.

“Who the inhumanity does not want to remember, which is again vulnerable to new infection risks”, so Dr. Richard by Weizacker on May 8, 1985, in his speech before the German Bundestag for the 40th anniversary of the capitulation of the German Wehrmacht. Wolfgang Guckelhorn, was born in 1947 in Bonn and lives since then in Bad Breisig am Rhein. From 1968 to 1970, he was a soldier of the time and studied at the University of Koblenz with the degree Dipl.-ing. (FH). Since 1984, he has insurance salesman. In his youth, he focused on contemporary history. Wolfgang Guckelhorn: Archaeology of the second world war on the Middle Rhine, part II archaeological monuments, buildings and ruins remind 156 pages, tied 626 pictures, large format,: 23 x 28 cm, appears in the fall of 2008