President Obama in Germany
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President Obama in Germany

President Obama in Germany
German Chancellor Angela Merkel autographs a sign held by a young girl welcoming President Obama to the eastern German city of Dresden, which was rebuilt after being repeatedly bombed by the Allies in World War II. (Michael Gottschalk / AFP/Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
Dresden trams sport “Welcome Mr President” stickers during President Obama’s visit to Dresden, Germany. (John Macdougall / AFP/Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama, left, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Bishop Jochen Bohl tour the landmark Church of Our Lady in Dresden, Germany. (Andreas Rentz / Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
Officers of the German federal police stand guard on a roof and monitor the surroundings of the Church of Our Lady during President Obama’s visit. (Jens Wolf / European Pressphoto Agency)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama and German Chancellor Angela Merkel hold talks at Dresden Castle. The two leaders later visited Buchenwald, the Nazi concentration camp that Obama’s great-uncle and other U.S. troops helped liberate. (Mandel Ngan / AFP/Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama speaks to the media after holding talks with German Chancellor Angela Merkel in Dresden, Germany. (Michael Sohn / Associated Press)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama signs the golden books of the city of Dresden and Saxony state at Dresden Castle in east Germany. Looking on are, from left, Saxony Prime Minister Stanislaw Tillich, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Dresden Mayor Helma Orosz. (Ralf Hirschberger / European Pressphoto Agency)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama signed the Golden Book of the German city of Weimar. He was in Weimar to visit Buchenwald, the Nazi concentration camp. (Hendrik Schmidt / European Pressphoto Agency)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama, flanked by, from left, International Buchenwald Committee President Bertrand Herz, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and Buchenwald concentration camp survivor and Nobel laureate Elie Wiesel, tours the Nazi-run camp where thousands of Jews perished during World War II. (Ralph Orlowski / Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama tours the Buchenwald concentration camp with Holocaust survivor Elie Wiesel and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. (Gerald Herbert / Associated Press)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama lays a white rose at a marker at Buchenwald. (Michael Kappeler / EPA/Pool)
President Obama in Germany
A white rose placed near a plaque at the Kleines Lager (Little Camp) memorial site inside Buchenwald concentration camp during President Obama’s visit. (Markus Schreiber / Pool Photo)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama observes a moment of silence after placing a white rose at the Buchenwald concentration camp memorial. Obama is the first U.S. president to visit the World War II concentration camp. (Jens-Ulrich Koch / AFP/Getty Images)
President Obama in Germany
President Obama waves goodbye as he boards Air Force One at Erfurt airport in Germany. He will travel to France for D-day ceremonies after his visit to Germany. (Jan Peter Kasper / European Pressphoto Agency)
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