Reichskanzlei Thread

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Post by I B Piper » 26 Aug 2007 13:13

Maybe with everyone's help it can all be photographed and posted for all to see and enjoy. I'll be glad to post what I have.

Here are two of the Gaderobe chits.

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Post by I B Piper » 26 Aug 2007 13:32

I was trying to add a picture of some lunch tickets, but the file was too big. I'll re-take the pictures at a lower resolution and post them later.

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Post by Reichssammler » 26 Aug 2007 13:34

Hi,
I got the same pics some months ago from a guy per Mail...are you "Gary" or "lerry" (I hope that´s his name)?

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Post by I B Piper » 26 Aug 2007 14:02

Yes, you got them from me. The resolution was too high to post on this forum. Here's some I've re-taken at a lower resolution. The tickets would have gotten you lunch in the dining room, and the Hermann Göring Stra?e garage would have allowed you to park in the Chancellery garage.

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Post by Reichssammler » 26 Aug 2007 14:25

Hi,
if you ever want to sell some things then please contact me...I really like your collection.

How did you get this things?

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Post by Reichssammler » 26 Aug 2007 18:55

Here are three furniture items sold at the last "herman-historica" auction in may.

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Post by Johnnyrocket » 26 Aug 2007 19:52

This is great, thanks for posting the images.

Johnny R.

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Post by I B Piper » 26 Aug 2007 23:11

It's too frustrating trying to post pictures of my Reichkanzlei stuff on the forum. The resolution is too high. They really need to be seen in high resolution in order to see the depth of detail.

I'd be glad to send pictures to anyone who would like to see them. Just send a private message with your e-mail address.

Reichslammer, these items came from the same source, Hap Wills, a US Army Lt. Colonel who was in Berlin soon after the war ended. Apparently, he bought them from the Russians when they were selling souveniers from the Reichkanzlei.

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Post by ghostsoldier » 27 Aug 2007 17:52

My eyes are popping out! 8O

Piper...I sent you a PM.... :)

You guys are great..... :D

Rob

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Post by Reichssammler » 27 Aug 2007 17:57

Today I got 2 new DVD´s about the Reichskanzlei, I saw videos from the inner of the Reichskanzlei that I have never seen before 8O

It´s right...everyone had the chance to get the item he wanted from the Reichskanzlei in 45-49.
The high-militaer officers have stolen everything for their own use 8O :roll:

Oh please german government re-build the Reichskanzlei in Berlin :D

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Post by ghostsoldier » 27 Aug 2007 18:02

Reichssammler wrote:Today I got 2 new DVD´s about the Reichskanzlei, I saw videos from the inner of the Reichskanzlei that I have never seen before 8O


Reichssammler...what are the titles of those DVD's? Are they available in English?

Rob

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Post by Reichssammler » 27 Aug 2007 18:13

No, only in german language and without any subtitles :(

The DVD´s: "Adolf Hitlers letzte tage in der Reichskanzlei- Die Schlacht um die Reichskanzlei" and "Hitlers Reichskanzlei in Berchtesgarden" (<- with many pics and videos from the second Reichskanzlei in Berchtesgarden).

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Post by Reichssammler » 27 Aug 2007 18:19

A short info: my friend can make this amateurmovie if we can find a big place where we can build the sets...it will take some weeks to find the perfect place.

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Post by Potsdamerplatz » 27 Aug 2007 22:07

I have uploaded 35 high-quality photographs of the Reichskanzlei to this Rapidshare folder. I hope no-one minds but it is time consuming to upload these images individually with a detailed description beside it.

http://rapidshare.com/files/51702265/Reichskanlei_1.zip

A description of the photographs.

1. The marble floor tiles of the Mosaic Hall

2. The eagle over at the portal at the front entrace of Voss-Strasse

3. The Reichskanzlei administration wing at the corner of Voss-Strasse

4. Hitler's study

5. Hitler's study

6. The map table in Hitler's study

7. The library

8. The semi-circular corridor leading to the dining room

9. The Mosaic Hall

10. Dining room (exterior view from garden)

11. Bronze statue in the Court of Honour

12. Bronze Tuaillon statue in the Chancellery garden

13. Bronze statue in the Court of Honour

14. The Great Reception Hall

15. The Court of Honour (western view)

16. The Court of Honour (northern view)

17. The entrance hall to the administration wing

18. The entrance hall to the administration wing

19. The entrance gates to the Chancellery from Wilhelmstrasse

20. The main front entrance to the Chancellery at Voss-Strasse

21. Close-up view of the engravings on Hitler's desk

22. The window wall of the Marble Gallery

23. The corridor of the administration wing

24. A North-eastern front view of the garden

25. The Greenhouse in the garden of the Chancellery

26. A Gobelin tapestry from the Marble Gallery

27. The chancellery's roof design on Voss-Strasse

28. A heating unit (radiator) in the Marble Gallery

29. An interior view of the Greenhouse

30. The fireplace in Hitler's study with a picture of Bismarck hanging overhead

31. A close-up view of the fireplace plates in Hitler's study

32. A close-up view of the map room table in Hitler's study

33. The large bureau and tapestry behind Hitler's desk in the study

34. A bureau in the Marble Gallery

35. The crystal chandeliers hanging in the Great Reception Hall


If everyone enjoys these I will add more later on in the week when I have some spare time.

Kind regards.

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Post by Johnnyrocket » 27 Aug 2007 22:12

I go to the link, but no photos. How does this site work?

Johnny R.

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