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The platoon leader had given the order to retreat. A part was still scattered. As we later found out, five comrades had died. They lay buried in the Osterholz Cemetery.
We looked out and noticed from the flaming tracer bullets that to our right the battle was already unfolding in Sebaldsbrück, before us the enemy advanced ever closer, and it was also noticeable to our left in Tenever.
If we did not wish to be trapped, only the path toward Oberneuland remained open. Except for our weapons, all equipment was left behind.
We reached the freeway fairly unscathed, where we were greeted by a hellish anti-tank fire, which, as it later turned out, came from a German battery, which had no idea where friend or foe were.
Fortunately, we had not sustained any casualties. We then moved on via Oberneuland to Borgfeld, where we spent the rest of the night.
It was a sad march that lay behind us. But it would have been madness, with the little guys among us, to engage with the enemy at all, especially given we were supposed to avoid infantry deployment.
Thus, the operation had gone entirely different than we had imagined. Our morale was unbroken though. In the next days all the German troops located in the vicinity of Bremen fell back to Borgfeld.
The last brought the news that the city had been surrendered. We marched then, partly under contact with the enemy, via Lilienthal and Worpswede to the area of Osterholz-Scharmbeck, where the company was disbanded.
We now beat our way to Bremen in quickly-obtained civilian clothes, although a small part was still attacked and taken prisoner. But this too got back home intact in the meantime.
The time in Bremen after the occupation was extremely monotonous and depressing. Everybody probably felt this way. But slowly a revival became noticeable, and public life began to pulsate again in the usual way.
But now a new era has dawned with new ideas and forms. New things have come to us and play a roll. Only the future will show what the new brings and whether it will prove successful.
During the summer months, I worked in a commercial firm, in which I gained insight into the commercial business and received the corresponding knowledge.
I was entrusted with things that could be very useful to me for my later career. Now I am again back here, where I sat nine months ago: upon the school bench.
And I am happy that it is possible for me to once again attend regular school lessons; because in the last years of the war, we students, indeed, due to the circumstances, did not learn so much as would normally have been the case.
And I hope, then, in the year after next, to be able to successfully take the school-leaving examination.
We spent the last weeks before the end of the war predominantly in the air-raid bunker on the Burgdammer Ring in the city district of Burglesum.
We hardly knew whether we had pre-alarm or full alarm. Still today we have not heard the sound of the all-clear signal.
During these fearful weeks, we were hardly able to change clothes. We only occasionally visited our house in order to undergo a bodily cleansing.
Later, the strafers and the barrage of shells completely prevented us from leaving the bunker. On account of the alarm-threats, we were confirmed quite early in the morning on this Sunday in the St.
Immediately after the confirmation we received an air-raid warning, so we had to hurry to our usual place in the air-raid bunker. So passed perilous hours, days, and weeks.
Thus, I had no more occasion to pay attention to the air-raid sirens. It was for me more than self-evident that I had to perform my duty irrespective of any external influences.
After I had parked my bicycle in the bicycle shed, I proceeded through the back entrance to the office building, where my boss crossed my path.
Some fourteen days later, I greeted him, certainly driven by the devil, with Heil Hitler. This little, amusing episode has remained for me a vivid memory in my forty-year period of service.
My first work station had a nostalgic character […]. I was […] equipped with an air-raid helmet and a gas mask. The air-raid helmet all but took away my sight, it came down over my ears.
It should be noted that we now had to go more and more to the air-raid shelter in the office building. My boss became ever more nervous. Folienballons bestehen in der Regel aus zwei verschiedenen Materialien: zwei übereinander liegenden Polyethylenfolien, die miteinander verschweisst und anschliessend in Form gestanzt wurden sowie einer aufgedampften Aluminiumschicht mit dem entsprechenden Farbaufdruck.
Aufgrund der Materialzusammenstellung dürfen Folienballons aus Umweltschutzgründen nicht zum Aufsteigen bei Veranstaltungen wie z.
Hochzeiten etc. Dafür sollten ausschliesslich Ballons aus Naturkautschuk verwendet werden, die im Gegensatz zu Folienballons nach einer gewissen Zeit verrotten.
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