This time we are in Adolf Hitler’s bomb shelter for his train, one of two in this area. This one is called the bunker in Konewka and is today a museum. Have a look! (more…)
The world’s most controversial house is in the small town of Braunau am Inn in Austria. How can a small house like this lead to so many emotions? The answer is that this was Adolf Hitler’s birthplace.
The traces of the dramatic history of the 20th century are clearly visible in Germany. In Nuremberg during the Hitler era, nothing was saved when the “national party days” were held and these are the extensive traces left today.
In Munich, once called the capital of the National Socialist Movement, are today many traces of Hitler Germany and the war. They are not always clear because the city has tried to forget about the time period. But they are visible for those who have historically attentive eyes. (more…)
In the small town of Beelitz-Heilstätten was is a city within a city. This is now an abandoned hospital site and consists of around 60 major buildings. When this place was in use, it could be housing 12,000 patients at the same time.
The Eagle’s Nest is located 1834 meters above sea level. This was the NSDAP’s 50th birthday gift for Adolf Hitler. See a fascinating construction and stunning countryside which today attracts hundreds of thousands of tourists.
Built in 1941, four years before the war was over. Yet Hitler had time to spend more than 800 days on the now abandoned site. This was Adolf Hitler’s headquarters “Wolfsschanze” in East Prussia.
Prora, the giant concrete colossus standing at the beach on the island of Ruegen living on borrowed time. This huge building should house 20,000 workers and after the holiday they could return to the factories with new energy. This is the history of Prora. (more…)