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Cleanup At Collapsed Historical Archive Starts

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COLOGNE, GERMANY - MARCH 11: A bystander watches an excavator breaking down the ruin of a house standing next to the wrecked building of the Historical Archive of the City of Cologne on March 11, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. Cologne's six-story city archive building collapsed on Tuesday, March 3.The archive building dragged down parts of two adjacent buildings that contained apartments and an amusement arcade. Cologne holds archive material going back over centuries, including manuscripts by communist pioneers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and documents related to German writer Heinrich Boell. (Photo by Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images)
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COLOGNE, GERMANY - MARCH 11: A bystander watches an excavator breaking down the ruin of a house standing next to the wrecked building of the Historical Archive of the City of Cologne on March 11, 2009 in Cologne, Germany. Cologne's six-story city archive building collapsed on Tuesday, March 3.The archive building dragged down parts of two adjacent buildings that contained apartments and an amusement arcade. Cologne holds archive material going back over centuries, including manuscripts by communist pioneers Karl Marx and Friedrich Engels and documents related to German writer Heinrich Boell. (Photo by Ralph Orlowski/Getty Images)
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