If You Could Travel Back In Time, Would You Want To Meet A Person, See A Particular Event, Or Visit A Particular Place?

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Ray Dart Profile
Ray Dart answered
I was in Berlin about a month after the wall came down. I'd have loved to have been there for that.

I was in South Africa about 3 months after the end of apartheid, and the sense of, "Look out, world, here we come!" was palpable. It seemed as if everyone had a sense of a new beginning - both sides of the "racial divide". I'd quite like to go back for that.
Ray Ottewell Profile
Ray Ottewell answered
I would like to go back to 1945, and be among the British' and Allies' celebrations when victory was announced. Or 1918 would do just as well. I love happy occasions and celebrations.
Anonymous Profile
Anonymous answered
Marilyn Monroe, just to meet the 20th Century's most iconic person and just to talk to her and find out what made this icon tick.
Emil Ivanov Profile
Emil Ivanov answered
Go back to the Jazz Age: '40s Los Angeles, New York, Chicago; classy cars rolling on the streets, and jazz music looming everywhere! Go to a smoky jazz club in Hollywood, drink some martini and enjoy the music.
Bella Bambina Profile
Bella Bambina answered
I'd like to see what Hitler did to the Jews. It's awful what he did to them, like putting them in an oven, shooting them and hanging them, making soap of their skin. I was in a concentration camp in Berlin and I got to enter the rooms where he kept the dead people. I wish I could go back in time and see everything and see for myself what was really going on!
Mandy Clark Profile
Mandy Clark answered
I would love to see the Holocaust and World War 2. I know it's depressing and horrible, but it fascinates me.

I would also have loved to go back to the 1980s. I think it's the best decade.

I would like to meet Abraham Lincoln because I think he was a terrific man.
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Mandy Clark
Mandy Clark commented
Yup. I spent a whole quarter in school studying it. I read 2 world war two books as well(:

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