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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Annelie » 11 Jun 2010 20:51

offandonguy wrote
Annelie are you sure it was a bunker you saw?
Nope not sure of anything now. I have seen so many shows dealing with WWII that now I am not sure of anything.
I looked around the web to see if there was any indication of it but couldn't find anything so I must have confused
another bunker tour for this?

Sorry everyone! :oops:

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by offandonguy » 13 Jun 2010 02:21

Haha, I know how you feel Annelie. I've seen so many shows and read so much it all gets jumbled in my head. You still could be right!

Rob, thanks for posting those links, I had never heard of that bunker. What holocaust memorial are they talking about, the main one near the Tiergarten is on the east side, not the south side where Potsdamer platz would be.
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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Cor » 08 Sep 2010 22:07

Pic from the fuhrerbunker on this site, also some other pictures from the chancellery and other places in berlin.

http://picasaweb.google.com/peterk.vt80 ... 2167805634

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Post by ghostsoldier » 09 Sep 2010 19:04

Thanks for the link, Cor...there are some neat photos in that album! :)
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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Ernie Primeau » 13 Sep 2010 17:14

Does anybody know an accurate location of where the bunker entrance was?

I've just made a guess with this fade. Hopefully someone will be able to tell me if it is accurate or not.

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by ghostsoldier » 13 Sep 2010 17:52

Nice fade, Ernie. :)
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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by marauder2 » 15 Sep 2010 20:06

Dear Johnnyrocket,
can you send me a highres pic of your poster?
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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by barbacanosa » 27 Oct 2010 10:36

Greetings to all

I request your help if possible
I am a modeler and I am planning a diorama set in output
the Führerbunker.
in the pictures, I see an item that term to distinguish, it seems
a conveyor belt material for the construction of the tower aeration
Does anyone have more explanatory pictures or other photos of this tool?


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thanks

Domi

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by ghostsoldier » 27 Oct 2010 16:58

Domi...Welcome to the forum.... :) ...and, I have no idea what that is.... :wink:
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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Geoff Walden » 27 Oct 2010 22:11

Ernie,

That's a great fade!

The emergency exit was further back from the modern apartment buildings ... about straight on back from where you have it, more-or-less in the middle of the modern street where the bunker historical marker is now located. (Well, maybe just a little further back from there - about on the opposite side of that modern street.)

If you can find a modern view that was shot from the same angle, but further back from there, showing the modern street, it should line up about right.

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Ernie Primeau » 28 Oct 2010 18:05

ghostsoldier wrote:Nice fade, Ernie. :)
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Thanks. :D

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Ernie Primeau » 28 Oct 2010 18:06

Geoff Walden wrote:Ernie,

That's a great fade!

The emergency exit was further back from the modern apartment buildings ... about straight on back from where you have it, more-or-less in the middle of the modern street where the bunker historical marker is now located. (Well, maybe just a little further back from there - about on the opposite side of that modern street.)

If you can find a modern view that was shot from the same angle, but further back from there, showing the modern street, it should line up about right.

Geoff
Thanks Geoff. And thanks for the info. I'll look out for a suitable photo.

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Geoff Walden » 28 Oct 2010 18:56

Hi Ernie,

Try this one. Put the near corner of the emergency exit blockhouse where I have the dark spot in the street, at the left side of the intersection, in front of the bicycles, and it should line up about right. The angle isn't perfect, but it will be pretty good, I think.

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by Ernie Primeau » 29 Oct 2010 18:05

Thanks for the pic, Geoff.

How's this?

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Re: Führerbunker pictures forum

Post by muller1945 » 29 Oct 2010 20:29

How ironic that a rubbish tower block sits on the place of once a beutiful building. Can any of you do the same old and new photo fade to where Hitlers RK office was.

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