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A Lutheran pastor, Karl-Ludwig Hoch, stood outside Frauenkirche Cathedral, which he will help to reopen today.
A Lutheran pastor, Karl-Ludwig Hoch, stood outside Frauenkirche Cathedral, which he will help to reopen today. (Globe Photo / David Surowiecki) Globe Photo / David Surowiecki

Rebuilt Dresden signals shift in Germany

Amid war's old memories,new hints of nationalism

By Charles M. Sennott
Globe Staff / February 13, 2005

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DRESDEN, Germany -- Sixty years ago today, 15-year-old Karl-Ludwig Hoch ran for a bomb shelter just as the first illumination rounds lit up the sky, and as waves of Allied warplanes began pounding the city with incendiary bombs. (Full article: 1953 words)

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