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My former home in Patrick Henry Village, Heidelberg

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Click on the photo slideshow to see refugees that now live in the former housing area for US military, their families, and various staff. I am glad to see that the Germans authorities are doing so much to help these refugees.

http://m.govexec.com/federal-news/fedblog/2015/09/refugees-find-accommodation-armys-former-heidel

The two story buildings were BOQ's or women's quarters. I don't know if they're putting families in the family housing, which would be the 3 story buildings.

The picture labeled the Kasino looks to me like the officers' club. Another building, a long-ish and narrow one, looks like the Teen Center.

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