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Which cities for a history buff - Germany and Poland?

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Hello, I am starting to plan a trip for my husband's 40th birthday. A friend has suggested the following locations:
Munich —
Nuremberg —
Krakow —
Auschwitz
Prague —
Berlin

Assuming we have 10 days this feels like too much. What destinations can you recommend for someone who is a history buff? Auschwitz for certain but I am lost beyond this. I'd like to use the train system assuming it covers some of this territory.

Is there a better airport to fly in and out of? (We're based in the U.S.).
Thank you for your help! Mary

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