Carinhall - Hermann Gorings house

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Michele Gibson
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Carinhall - Hermann Gorings house

Post by Michele Gibson » 20 Jan 2003 06:11

I have been researching Hermann Goring for 2 years now, and I am planning on visiting Berlin again later this year.
1. Has anyone visited the Carinhall site?
2. If so, can you give any ideas on how to get the most out of a visit pls?
3. Can anyone recommend a knowledgable person/guide who would be interested in taking my husband and I over the site pls?
many thanks
Michele

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Post by Dan » 20 Jan 2003 16:34

Maybe you'll find the treasure everyone thinks he buried there! Be sure to bring picks and shovels, maybe a backhoe or something.....

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Post by Peter » 20 Jan 2003 20:34

Michele
if you want a good tip, get AFTER THE BATTLE magazine, No.71 it has a 13 page long glossy feature on Carinhall, then and now photos, a plan, maps, all sorts of visitor information. its really cheap too (£3.50 here).

Down Under you can get it from http://www.techbooks.com.au, they are Technical books and Magazines, 295 Swanston Street, Melbourne, Vic 3000, telephone 03 9663 2094.

Good luck with your visit

Pete

Michele Gibson
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Carinhall

Post by Michele Gibson » 21 Jan 2003 00:23

Pete, many thanks for the After the Battle info. I already have this and am now trying to find someone who is a local and speaks English who maybe able to show me over the site.

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