Before the turning point, the Hönebach passed under the border from west to east. There was a grid in the water there so that no one escapes from the GDR. The "Fromser", also known as the Parisians, got stuck in the said grid; they were washed into the stream from a brothel from the West German side.
This is why the brook had the name "Fromserbach" among the border guards.
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December 19, 2021