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The photos Moritz Siebert took during a research trip to Togo in 2018 show the traces of German colonialism that are still visible today in the capital Lomé, such as the train station, the cathedral as well as the skeleton of the landing bridge—here the ships were loaded that exported goods produced by forced labor.
Another photo shows the Nachtigal Hospital Aného, where Dr. Fritz Liebl worked as a doctor; a hospital intended only for the treatment of German colonial officials. The graves of descendants of German fathers can be found in the German cemetery.

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