Hitlers Bunker - Führerbunker, Berlin

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    by mallyak
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    by Bavavia
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    Hitler's suicide place

    by Raimix Written Sep 28, 2013

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    I am sure that Berlin changed a lot after Second World War. Hitler's bunker place is a quarter of block of flats now with a car parking. It is hard to tell if something survived under the soil, as bunker was quite big and well equipped.

    This place is a place where Hitler committed a suicide. Possibly his body was burned into ashes. Now is just a car parking place, and hard to find it, if not a participation in free Berlin excursion (no extra information, so on).

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    The Site of Hitler's Bunker....

    by Greggor58 Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Site of the F��hrerbunker,Berlin,Germany.

    As it happened....we were so close to it....Fabian...our guide from the "Berlin Walks"Tours...brought us by the site of where the bunker in fact was and still is..somewhere under the ground.

    There is now a sign to indicate its location in an area that has been rebuilt and is almost completely residential.

    For years there was no "public" indicators that the site was in fact the location of the old bunker...but" on June 8, 2006 a small plaque was installed with a schematic of the bunker to mark the location. The plaque can be found at the corner of In den Ministergärten and Gertrud-Kolmar-Straße, two small streets about three minutes' walk from Potsdamer Platz."

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    Hitlers Bunker

    by mallyak Written Dec 7, 2010

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    The Führerbunker (German, literally meaning "shelter/bunker [for the] leader" or "[the] Führer's shelter") was located beneath Hitler's New Reich Chancellery in Berlin, Germany. It was in this subterranean bunker that Adolf Hitler and his wife Eva Braun spent the last few weeks of the war and it was here their lives came to an end on April 30, 1945

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    Hitlers Bunker

    by Bavavia Updated Sep 23, 2010

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    Hitlers bunker under parking lot
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    Even though the bunker was destroyed by the soviets after the war, there is a spot, a sign, that marks the spot where 50 feet below, Adolph Hitler spent his last months and where he and his new bride, Eva Braun, committed suicide on April 30, 1945. 5 days later, the war was over... Hitler ruled still from this bunker but it was becoming a lost cause.. the soviets were closing in, but he refused to leave Berlin... there is an apartment complex now on the site and a parking lot.. The parking lot covers what was the bunker below... and you can see a diagram of the bunker in this spot.
    This bunker is not exactly easy to find. It is near Potsdamer Platz station... short walk, but i went a different way, i was coming from unten de linden , so it was more like a 20 min walk for me. Once you get to corner of In den Ministergärten and Gertrud-Kolmar-Straße, look down the street and look for an apartment complex... its down a residential street... down further is the holocaust memorial... you will probalby see tour buses, thats how i knew i was close.

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    Hitler's Bunker

    by johnjoe55 Updated May 15, 2008

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    Back of Apartment blocks on Wilhelmstra��e
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    If you go to the Holocaust memorial in Berlin, ironically not far away is the place where Hitler had has Bunker (The Holocaust memorial is where the Reichschancellery garden was).
    The first part of the bunker was build in 1936 under the old chancellery then in 1943 Hitler had a new bunker build by the Hochtief company, the new bunker was deeper than the 1936 bunker and connected to it by stairs.
    The Bunker has lay in no-mans land just behind the Berlin Wall, until in 1988 the East-German authorities destroyed the old 1936 bunker the purpose was that a number of apartment blocks were planned for that area (The Apartment blocks are build where the Reichschancellery stood).

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    Hitler's Bunker & Buddy Bears

    by smirnofforiginal Updated Aug 23, 2007

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    Since the end of WWII Germany has been very keen to destroy Hitler's bunker, in which he and Eva comitted suicide, for fear of it ever becoming a Neo-Nazi shrine.

    Twice detonators were placed and exploded inside and most recently it was opened up and tons on concrete were piled in to seal it once and for all.

    The trabi safari tour guide placed Hitler's bunker underneath the Holocaust Memorial Site.

    The Berliner Unterwelten guide placed it just down the road from the Holocaust Memorial Site, underneath a car park. They are the most reliable and are widely acknowledged for the accuracy of their plans for the bunker - They were consulted, hen the film "Downfall" was being made, as to how they could accurately re-create the bunker.

    The Lonely Planet guidebook map places the bunker just down from the Holocaust Memorial Site between Ebertstr, Wilhelmstr, Vossstr & An der Kollonade. If this is the site it is now home to a strange array of bears known as Nuddy Bears. There is one from each country and they forma very large oval, in country alphabetical order. Some are very nice and some are rather odd and menacing but if they are above the bunker - I guess the idea of a world friendship is one of the best things you could put there.

    Where ever the precise location of the bunker is, matey-boy from Berliner Unterwelten said they (his rganisation) had placed a small plaque there. So, find the plaque and you've found the place - until then.... enjoy the bizarre bears!

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