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    How The Place Of The Nuremberg Rallies Looks Today

    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. More

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    Munich: Traces Of Hitler-Germany And The War

    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

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    The Olympic Stadium in Berlin

    At the Olympic Stadium in Berlin was the World Cup in 2006 held just as the Olympic Games in 1936. We are walking on historic ground where a huge building from a dramatic time meets today’s major public events. Welcome to the Olympic Stadium in Berlin! More

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    Sachsenhausen – Concentration Camp Near Berlin

    “The modern, completely contemporary, ideal and easily expandable concentration camp,” said Himmler, when he described the Sachsenhausen. Sachsenhausen was a concentration camp near Berlin and through the gate have over 200,000 people walked. Many never came out. More

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    The Eagle’s Nest Kehlsteinhaus: Hitler’s 50th Birthday Gift

    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. More

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    The Search Of Himmler’s Bunker In East Prussia

    In former East Prussia, the traces of World War II are always presented in the forests. Mosquitoes, ticks, and flies nowadays guarding the place where Himmler’s bunker was, but that’s no deal breaker when it comes to finding some remains. More

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    Third Reich’s Research Lab – Hohenlychen

    Initially built as a tuberculosis hospital for children, Hohenlychen became the site of the Third Reich, where the premier medical orthopedic research took place. Hohenlychen is another hospital complex with a dramatic history. More

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    Prora: The Ghost Of Rügen

    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

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    The History Of Wewelsburg

    Wewelsburg is not far from the German city of Paderborn. The place gave rise to much of the mystery cults and occult rituals that surrounded the Third Reich. More