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Wehrmacht Kaserne

Details: A large military hospital complex was built in Würzburg in 1936-37. When the U.S. Army moved into the area in April 1945, this facility was taken over by the 107th EVAC Hospital, and it continued to serve as a U.S. Army hospital until it was returned to the German government in 2007.

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Misc. Buildings Part 2

Details: A hospital named for Eckart (Dietrich-Eckart-Krankenhaus) was built in Stanggass in 1939; it was opened for use as a military hospital in June 1942. During the war convalescent soldiers were treated here; after the war this was a local Kurklinik, but is now unused (as of September 2009).

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Garmisch-Partenkirchen

Details: On the left is the Garmisch Standort Lazarett, or garrison hospital. The photo on the right shows the U.S. Army Abrams Hotel in the 1970s (building at the left in the period photo). The hotel was closed in 2007 and the complex is used today to house refugees (see also here).

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Auschwitz Birkenau

Details: - Lager BIIf was the camp hospital section and male prisoners infirmary. SS doctors such as Josef Mengele carried out medical experiments on prisoners and children in various barracks of this camp area. - Lager BIIg was the so-called "Canada" goods sorting and storage area.

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Prora KdF Resort

Details: During the war the complex was also used as a training site for police and female signals auxiliaries, and as a military hospital. After the war the buildings were occupied by the Soviet military for a time, and then stripped of useable materials.

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Table of Contents

Details: Table of Contents . NOTE: This page can be used as a guide to search the entire "Third Reich in Ruins" site by keyword. Search this page by keyword (Edit-Find, or Ctrl-F), then click on the link (or the page title link) to go to that subpage.

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Chiemsee Autobahn Rasthaus

Details: This complex served its function for only a few years, before being used as a hospital during World War II. Following the end of the war, this complex was taken over by the U.S. Army and for many years this building was the Lake Hotel, part of the U.S. Armed Forces Recreation Center at Chiemsee. However, the AFRC closed its Chiemsee facilities

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Wehrmacht Posts 2

Details: German Gebirgstruppen (Mountain Troops) had two posts at Garmisch-Partenkirchen in the Bavarian Alps. Above is the Gebirgsjäger-Kaserne, also called the General-von-Epp-Kaserne. This post is used by the U.S. Army today as the Marshall Center. The post shown below was the regional military hospital.

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Berghof Visitors

Details: Berni Nienau died of spinal polio at the age of 17 in a Munich hospital, and was buried in the family plot in the Westfriedhof in Munich. Regularly seen in Berghof photos, but not always identified, is Hitler's SS aide Otto Günsche. On the left, Hitler shakes hands with SS-Leibstandarte commander Sepp Dietrich on the Berghof terrace, with SS

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German War Memorials

Details: These 12 soldiers (some sources say 11), French volunteers of the 33rd SS Grenadier Division "Charlemagne," had been fighting on the Eastern Front but were in a hospital at the end of the war. They surrendered and were moving to a POW area, but were stopped …

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Wehrmacht Posts Pt. 3

Details: Two Kaserne were built in the southern Thüringen city of Meiningen during the Third Reich period, and other older posts were remodeled during the 1930s. These postcards show the Artillerie-Kaserne, or Barbara-Kaserne (St. Barbara being the patron saint of artillerymen). The Barbara-Kaserne was built from 1935-36 to house units from the 2nd and

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Berchtesgaden Notes

Details: Some scenes for the movie "Rommel" were filmed in October at the former Dietrich Eckart hospital. December 2011 Update -- The clock and bell that used to be on the side of the Gutshof administration/quarters wing, which was torn down in 2007, have been installed on the side of the remaining Gutshof building.

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Miscellaneous Sites 5

Details: Miscellaneous Sites. Associated with the Third Reich. Part 5 . The following sites can be found on this page. Click these links to proceed directly to a particular site: DAF Schule at Erwitte (Nordrhein-Westfalen), Amtsgericht, Volksschule, and Siemens company building in Erlangen (Bavaria), Reichsbank in Koblenz (Baden-Württemberg), SS Honor Castle at Wewelsburg (Nordrhein-Westfalen

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Misc. Sites Part 4

Details: Miscellaneous Sites. Associated with the Third Reich. Part 4 . The following sites can be found on this page. Click these links to proceed directly to a particular site: Bunker site near Ansbach (Bavaria), bunker site in Bavarian training area, Nazi war memorial in Münchberg (Bavaria), Adolf Hitler Tower near Uslar (Lower Saxony), Hitler at the Kaiserpfalz in Goslar (Lower Saxony), Hitler

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Auschwitz-Birkenau

Details: The second main part of the Auschwitz complex was the large camp established at Birkenau, about 3km northwest of the main camp, on the other side of the main railway line.This camp complex was originally designed in 1941 and built in early 1942 to house Soviet prisoners of war.

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Schweinfurt Pt. 7

Details: Panzer Regiment 4 was welcomed to Schweinfurt by the city's Nazi leaders, including Oberbürgermeister (Lord Mayor) Ludwig Pösl, seen above speaking in front of the Rathaus (city hall). Below, Generalmajor Heinz Guderian, commander of the German armored forces, shakes Pösl's hand in front of the Rathaus.Pösl is wearing a black band over his swastika armband, perhaps a mourning band for

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