Adolf Hitler


, Last update: June 12 2017,
Bayernwald was part of the German front line in WWI. Situated on a hill it was a key position and therefore suffered constant attacks and artillery bombardments by the...

, 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 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: 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,
For Adolf Hitler, the signing of the Franco-German Armistice of 22 June 1940 in a railway carriage at Compiègne, France was a great triumph. It gave him an immense...

, Last update: January 6 2016,
On June 6th 1940, Hitler and his general staff observed the advance of the German forces through France during operation "Fall Rot" from this location in Brûly-De-Pesche. The invasion...

, Last update: January 18 2017,
Situated along the railway line Laon-Paris in the thick wooded area surrounding Margival, this steep sided valley proved ideal for camouflaging a large facility. Even more ideal was the...

, Last update: January 7 2016,
In the years after Operation Market Garden multiple museums, memorials and other reminders of the battle could be found in the area of Arnhem and Nijmegen. One of the lesser...

, 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,
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...




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