Germany was the only European country that during the year 2015 exerted an open-doors policy with the refugees. The country received one million people in one year.
The arrival of thousands of refugees in Dresden divided the city between citizens implicated in receiving displaced and groups of extreme right that refuse immigrants. From the current situation, we discover that receiving displaced in Germany has been a constant since the World War II while we also learn that exile drama is the same in all conflicts. Stories from different citizens, among which are included previous war displaced that now work hard to integrate refugees, remind us the importance of knowing the past in order to understand the present.