Bauer, Germany

I was being sent on an assignment to Bauer, Germany. I had never been there, so I was unsure how to get there, and I did not know what to expect. The assignment had something to do with locating the kingdom of the anti-Christ, but there were no specific instructions. I headed to the airport. I stopped and asked a tall German man for directions. He was wearing a dark grey police uniform with a white hat. He was very tall and quite handsome. He politely guided me in the right direction. I proceeded to find my departure terminal but became confused and distracted along the way. My plane was supposed to depart at 3:70 pm. I continued searching but eventually awoke from the dream.

When I awoke I quickly searched an online map for Bauer, Germany. It brought up the City of Munich. I discovered some very interesting facts about this city: Black and gold, the colors of the Holy Roman Empire have been the city's official colors since the time of Ludwig the Bavarian. When the bubonic plague broke out in 1634 and 1635 about one third of the population died. Munich subsequently became a hotbed of extremist politics, among which Adolf Hitler and the National Socialism rose to prominence. The city once again became a Nazi stronghold when the National Socialists took power in Germany in 1933. The National Socialist Workers Party created the first concentration camp at Dachau.