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VIDEO: What Germans think of the end of WW2

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VIDEO: What Germans think of the end of WW2
Image: The Local/Matty Edwards
17:35 CEST+02:00
VIDEO: The Local hit the streets around the iconic Brandenburg Gate to find out whether Germans think the Second World War still has an impact on their country today.

Do Germans still feel guilty about the Second World War every day? And how important a factor should the history be when German leaders decide to act on the international stage?

We asked ordinary Germans out and about at their country's most iconic monument how the past should be dealt with.

Reporter: Tom Barfield

Camera: Matty Edwards

SEE ALSO: Germany must treat its past with care

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