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, Last update: February 19 2017,
Flakturm Humboltshain is a 1st generation G - tower. The 'G' indicated Gefechtsturm or Combat tower. Its measurements are 70,5 by 70,5 metres, and 39 meters high. With all...

, Last update: January 31 2017,
Hidden in the foliage at the dead end of the curved "Am Großen Wannsee" lane lies a complex which was formerly known as the Reichs Air Raid Defense School...

, Last update: January 19 2016,
Hitlers's favorite tea house was on the Mooslahnerkopf. The tea house was Hitler's own design and was finished in 1937. It was a small building against the mountain side,...

, Last update: October 6 2016,
In 1943 Minister of Armament and War Production Albert Speer, started, to talk about project Riese with the management of Organisation Todt. Project Riese, a series of vast tunnel...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
The "Topographie Des Terrors" documentation center in Berlin is located at the former grounds of the Gestapo and SS Central Headquarters together with the Reich Security Main Office which...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
It is hard to believe that the epicenter of ww2 Germany 70 years ago is a parking space surrounded by Communist style apartment blocks in Berlin nowadays. But this...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
In October 1939, Hitler signed an euthanesia decree authorizing Phillipp Bouhler and Karl Brandt to carry out a secret euthanasia program.

, Last update: October 30 2016,
The Zeppelin Field is 312 meter wide and 285 meter long, the same size as 12 soccer fields. It has enough space for 200,000 people. The main tribune is...

, Last update: October 30 2016,
The NSDAP Congress HallA huge building blocks your view over the pond towards the Zeppelin Field. Just across the street from the former Luitpold Arena there is a huge...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
From 1923, the Nazi Party, the NSDAP, annually held "Party Rally days" to attract new followers and strengthen the bonds with existing members. Participants listened to the Führers speeches,...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
The Gutshof, or “The Manor”, is a creation from Martin Bormann. Martin Bormann, in youth agricultural educated, had his chance to design his dream while rearranging the Obersalzberg. He always...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
On the Obersalzberg in Bavaria, Germany, are two tea houses. Both are specially made for Adolf Hitler, for relaxation and to impress visitors of the engineering power in the...

, Last update: September 9 2016,
Inspired by poet and play writer Dietrich Eckart, Adolf Hitler was interested by the Obersalzberg Mountain in Bavaria – Germany. Still living in Munich he left for the Obersalzberg...

, Last update: September 27 2016,
To supply the buildings on the Obersalzberg of electricity and heat, a huge coal storage was built near the Berghof. The storage was build in 1940, by Italian workers...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
The building is in a nationalistic style from the 1930's. The sign on the side says it is built in 1937 to be more precise. And in these days...




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