See to believe. The humble team of Billstedt.Horn, in the German city of Hamburg, woke up these days with sad news. Some works in his stadium, the Hein Klink Sportplatz, served to uncover an unfortunate Nazi memory. It is a large stone Giant swastika dating from the Nazi era and that would correspond to the remains of a monument.
This is what Joachim Schirmer, president of the German team, considers. The Giant Swastika measures four by four meters and was found 40 centimeters below the ground where the football field was located. The idea was to build the new changing rooms, but the bulldozer could not continue to hit a large rock that finally became the sad memory of a tragic time.
The finding took place last Friday, as explained by one of the operators, who told the German magazine Bild the difficulties to get rid of that monument: “I could not remove the Giant Swastika with my excavator, that would bend the blade”. That is why the local authorities have decided to send a hammer to the site to break the Nazi emblem into small pieces. The Office of Preservation and Archeology has been reported as soon as possible.
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