Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

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DerSchwarzwälder
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Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

Post by DerSchwarzwälder » 04 Jan 2020 12:08

Hello,

I am searching for some pictures/drawings of Haus Wachenfeld's interior. I have found some on the internet; 2x Wohnstube, 2x winter garden and Hitler's bed. Does anyone perhaps have some more?

Another question is weather the original painted green furniture (or any other pieces in the house) have survived until this day, and if so are there any pictures?

Any hints are highly appreciated! :D

Thank you,
Marcel

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Re: Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

Post by Max » 04 Jan 2020 13:07

Search for Wachenfeld in the thread
viewtopic.php?f=44&t=28208
:welcome: and Good luck

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Re: Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

Post by Geoff Walden » 04 Jan 2020 19:46

Hi Marcel,

Welcome to AHF!
:welcome:

You have probably already seen the views on this page, but in case not -
http://thirdreichruins.com/wachenfeld.htm

I am not aware of any furniture surviving from Haus Wachenfeld (before the Berghof).

Geoff
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Re: Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

Post by DerSchwarzwälder » 05 Jan 2020 19:58

Hello Max and Geoff,

Thank you for your fast reply. I will start some research, and share my results (if I have any :milsmile: )

Marcel

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Re: Haus Wachenfeld interior and furniture

Post by Duane Becker » 14 Jan 2020 16:54

There's a pretty good post card image collection book by James Wilson entitled, "Hitler's Alpine Retreat" Casemate Publ. Great book with several old Haus Wachenfeld interior shots.

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