Bunker obersalzberg. Dokumentation Obersalzberg: Bunker complex

Dokumentationszentrum Obersalzberg (Berchtesgaden)

Bunker obersalzberg

As the towns and cities crumpled in ruins, Göring vacationed at his mountain villa above Berchtesgaden, inferring that provided he did not bomb Churchill, the latter, being a gentleman, would not bomb him. We invite you to enjoy quiet and easygoing vacation in a familiar and caring atmosphere. One of the founders of the Deutsche Arbeiterpartei, which later evolved into the Nazi Party, Eckart was a participant in the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch and is credited with coining the Nazi motto Deutschland Erwache. All important functions of the buildings above ground were also present in the bunkers - living, work, office, storage and technical space. If you go down the stairs on the far right of the parking lot, near the bus stop for the Eagle's Nest, you will see the field and the road leading to both the Kempinski and Türken Hotels.

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Traces of Evil: Berchtesgaden and Obersalzberg

Bunker obersalzberg

Most of the tunnel systems had emergency exits that could be used in case the primary entrance stairways were blocked after a bombing attack. The Berghof site is at the lower-right - the garage and retaining walls can be seen. In 1923 Eckart and Esser stumbled upon the Platterhof, an inn near Berchtesgaden, as a summer retreat for Hitler and his friends. Heintges later inexplicably gave the French 2nd Armoured Division occupation rights over the Obersalzburg, including the Berghof. Indeed, Hitler had the doctor arrested who was forced to sign a commitment to break off the connection before eventually being sent to the Eastern Front and died in Soviet captivity in 1952. After the air raid only the Berghof itself was actually damaged. Some of the buildings also received camouflage patterns on their sides late in the war.

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Hitler’s Eagle’s Nest: Then & Now

Bunker obersalzberg

Hitler liked to show off his Berghof. The subsystems were connected with each other by long corridors or staircases, so that almost all important buildings were reachable beneath the ground. In the hillside behind the is a tunnel system for the employees and staff living in the area, and for the housing settlement. . This entrance looked much the same for many years, with only the arched opening closed and the smaller metal door added like the photos just below , but in recent years the original cement face was covered over.

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Dokumentation Obersalzberg: Bunker complex

Bunker obersalzberg

The Nazi bunker system was largely intact even after heavy Allied bombing. In de herfst van 1926 ontmoette Hitler in het nabijgelegen Kurpark van Berchtesgaden een 16-jarig meisje dat onder het hotel woonde:. Delivery trucks dumped their loads through the roof of the storage bunker from the high road above. When he was released from prison after his putsch of 1923, he withdrew to Berchtesgaden to dictate the second volume of Mein Kampf. Compare to the side views above.

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Dokumentation Obersalzberg: Bunker complex

Bunker obersalzberg

Dietrich Eckart, twenty-one years older than Hitler, was often called the spiritual founder of National Socialism. Hitler a jeho nejbližší spolupracovníci postupně vykoupili někdy pod pohrůžkami násilí či odeslání do koncentračních táborů domy a pozemky v širokém okolí, které byly obratem zbořeny a nahrazeny novou výstavbou. In 1952, the Free State of Bavaria blew up the building. Note that this plan shows the bunker was to be set in a concrete base, and each bunker had two wooden seats for the guards these seats are normally missing in extant bunkers found today. By Bus There is regular bus service approximately every hour from the Berchtesgaden Bahnhof for the 12 minute ride up the mountain, but the last bus leaves around 6:15 p. Tolsdorf by the 101st Airborne Div. This entrance is near the Koksbunker; another entrance is located inside the leftmost Koksbunker coal room see below.

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The Berghof, Adolf Hitler’s residence under the Eagles Nest

Bunker obersalzberg

During the Third Reich, this beautiful, pastoral community became known as Hitler's mountain headquarters. The Teehaus on the Mooslahnerkopf, built in 1937 just below the Mooslahnerkopf hill overlooking the Berchtesgaden valley below, was one of Hitler's favourite places on the Obersalzberg which he would visit daily whenever in the area. Her father had been critical of the Nazi takeover of the Obersalzberg which ruined his business, and he joined the majority of his neighbours who were forced to sell out to the Nazis and leave the area in late 1933. Většina domů zahrnovala i hluboko uložené podzemní prostory — kryty. The altitude of the hotel is approx. The costs went sky high when Martin Bormann decided that the facade of the bunker had to be done all over again for an amazing 77. Visible through the glass display was a portion of an unfinished tunnel, about twenty feet long, with exposed rock walls that led to a finished tunnel.

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