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On an unusually chilly August evening, the party is in full swing at a Bavarian beer garden in Dachau, southern Germany.Annalena Baerbock Wants to Radically Change Germany. She'll Have to Win Voters' Trust First|Ciara Nugent / Dachau, Germany|September 14, 2021|Time
She also used his own unique strain of Dachau-bred apple, the Korbinian, to make her fruit juice.
A German priest and activist, named Korbinian Aigner, bred apples while interned by the Nazis at Dachau, and drew them as well.
Upon reaching the end of the line, Rob emptied his boxcar and placed 10 yellow pawns on the Dachau card.Brenda Brathwaite: Holocaust Game Designer|Ben Crair|December 13, 2010|DAILY BEAST
We were only thirty miles from the concentration camp at Dachau, but we knew nothing about it at this time.The Biography of a Rabbit|Roy Benson
Most remarkable among all the remarkable costumes to be seen was that of an old woman from Dachau.
All the women in Dachau must be as "thick" as that, she said; and "lovers must have long arms to reach round them!"
Such jokes would have made them about as popular as the Borscht Circuit comedian who told a funny story about Dachau in 1946.Anything You Can Do ...|Gordon Randall Garrett
British Dictionary definitions for Dachau
Cultural definitions for Dachau
A concentration camp established by the Nazis in southern Germany. (See Holocaust.)