Reichskanzlei Thread

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 13:39

I also have the RK tapestry...
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 13:57

Some additional RK recovered stuff
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 13:58

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 14:10

There was a recent sale of a RK recovered item...
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 14:14

In 1991 I videotaped the RK area

[youtube]In 1991 I videotaped the RK area


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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 14:57

Head of the Presidential Chancellery and Legation Secretary Otto Meißner, RK stuff

Gift from AH personally
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Br. James » 26 Aug 2022 15:25

A spectacular office, though I would have thought that Meissner's office would have been located closer to Hitler's office...??

Many thanks for sharing these photos,

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by fbeaty1 » 26 Aug 2022 18:56

Br. James wrote:
26 Aug 2022 15:25
A spectacular office, though I would have thought that Meissner's office would have been located closer to Hitler's office...??

Many thanks for sharing these photos,

Br. James
To bad we don't have a more detailed map off offices, one can never be positive. Also if you scroll back 2 pages... look at the AH plaques recovered from the RK.

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Br. James » 27 Aug 2022 14:37

"...if you scroll back 2 pages... look at the AH plaques recovered from the RK."

Thanks, fbeaty1 -- exactly which post number are you referring to here?

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Mannheim » 06 Jan 2023 21:42

I am reading Despina Stratigakos' "Hitler at Home" and she mentions his 'new private apartment on the second floor (of the Old Chancellery)' (I'm reading it on Kindle so don't have page numbers). She then states that there was ' a large outdoor roof terrace built on top of the dining room...(from which) guests.. enjoyed views of the treetops in the Chancellery park" Does anyone have a photo of this rooftop terrace?
Kein Irrtum ist so groß, der nicht seinen Zuhörer hat.

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Biber » 07 Jan 2023 20:09

Are there any photos of Goebbels's office at the end/post war?

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Br. James » 07 Jan 2023 20:40

"Are there any photos of Goebbels's office at the end/post war?"

Of course, Goebbels had two offices in Berlin: His office as Reichsminister of Public Enlightenment and Propaganda was across Wilhelmstrasse from the Reichschancellery complex, at Wilhelmsplatz, and his office as Gauleiter of Berlin was accross from the end of the New Reichschancellery at the corner of Vossstrasse and Hermann-Göring-Strasse. I believe both buildings were heavily damaged by war's end.

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Mannheim » 07 Jan 2023 21:58

I was not aware he had an office at the corner of Voss and Hermann-Goring-Strasse. I do know he had a villa near the Brandenburg Gate.
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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Br. James » 08 Jan 2023 01:16

Yes, Goebbels' Berlin residence was a villa near the Brandenburg Gate, and he also had a mansion and a lake-front estate -- Haus am Bogensee. In 1935 Goebbels bought a mansion on Schwanenwerder, a very exclusive island community on Lake Wannsee east of Berlin, which became his official address. This mansion – which had been the property of Deutsche Bank Director Oscar Schlitter – is located on Inselstrasse 8-10 on the island’s main street.

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Re: Reichskanzlei Thread

Post by Biber » 08 Jan 2023 02:06

Br. James wrote:
07 Jan 2023 20:40
Of course, Goebbels had two offices in Berlin. . . .
I'm trying to track down and confirm a story of graffiti, written in Hebrew, left in Gebbels' office by a Red Army officer.

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