If you ever wondered what it was like to be in Berlin after World War II, take a peek at the half-ruined Kaiser Wilhelm Memorial Church on Breitscheidplatz in the Western part of the city. Built in 1895 as a gift to the German people from Kaiser Wilhem II, the church was forever changed in 1945 when Allied Bombers gave the German people a gift of their own. The City decided to leave the bombed-out tower in place as a testament to the "futility of war." But, if you ask me, World War II wasn't an exercise in "futility." It was a battle against Evil. The Church stands as a monument to all the lives that were ruined in Germany and elsewhere.