From: Lower Saxony Germany
Here in Germany they are having similar disputes.
Hindenburgplatz, Hindenburg Straße, they are being renamed too. Because even though Hindenburg won a great victory at Tannenberg in WW1 and was a political leader, he gave the complete power to Adolf Hitler. Now historians have brought to light, that he did know what what he was doing and what Adolf was really like. So no public streets, squares, lanes or whatsoever should bear his name. And that is 68 years after the 3rd Reich was destroyed.
Stalingrad name was changed as was Lenningrad. Was Lennin just as bad as Stalin? Or did a modern USSR want to change the names for namesake?
Anybody have any real answers?
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