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ST Gate features article on Prora’s reopening


“Prora was the largest construction endeavor of the Third Reich. Though never finished, it originally was planned as one of Hitler’s Strength Through Joy (Kraft Durch Freude) projects, created to unite German workers with Nazi ideology by disseminating the dogma through a lens of leisure—beach holidays, concerts, films and cruises. The leisurely aspect has returned now

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Daily Mail features post on Prora’s reopening


“The haunting holiday camp that was built as a relaxing, seaside retreat for hardworking Nazis is opening for tourists this year.” Article written by Becky Pemberton For MAILONLINE http://www.dailymail.co.uk/video/news/video-1194675/Prora-A-look-Hitlers-colossal-Nazi-planned-holiday-retreat.html

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Aol features article on plans for Prora


“Plans to revive a beach resort which was built by Hitler stirred controversy but a company has now transformed the holiday camp and is opening the seaside accommodation to tourists visiting German island Rugen.” Article written by Roshina Jowaheer http://travel.aol.co.uk/2015/06/25/hitler-holiday-camp-prora-opens-for-tourists/

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The Guardian posts article on Prora’s dark past


“Built by the Third Reich in the run-up to the second world war, the resort at Prora, on the island of Rügen, Germany, was a Nazi vision of tourism. Happy, healthy Aryans would stay and play at the 10,000-room complex on the Baltic sea, eating, swimming and even bowling for the Führer. Think Hitler’s Cancun.” Article

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