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Mannheim wrote:Thanks nobodyofnote. The second one is the one I was looking for. I spent a few days in Berlin last year photographing all the likely spots in Friedrichstrasse and Chausseestrasse and am still not sure I've got it right.
I positionned as well the destroyed vehicle on this Straube plan .(little rectangle in red colour) .
Cor wrote:And if this is adress 107 pointed out by AndreN than nobodyofnote is wrong.
Cor wrote:thanks Redstar for posting this picture, i wa looking for this picture to show that this place is another place than the old photos placed in the beginning. And if this is adress 107 pointed out by AndreN than nobodyofnote is wrong.
nobodyofnote wrote:Cor wrote:And if this is adress 107 pointed out by AndreN than nobodyofnote is wrong.
I never said it was 107. Read what I quoted: "Lennart Westberg in Die schwedischen Freiwilligen der Waffen-SS lists the address as Friedrichstraße 107." Westberg said it. I did not.
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