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Maginot

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#11 17 years ago

If the Reichstag is there... the Chancellery must be there too! including the Brandenburg door! It's in the same sector! ;)




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#12 17 years ago
MeanMrMustardI think theyd already burnt hitlers body in the courtyard by the time the Russians got there, maybe some charred remains instead?

The remains of Hitler are in Moscow. Only a part of his skull (the top with a bullet hole) and a part of his jaw are still in the russian archives. These remains were allegedly shipped to Moscow for tests that confirmed their identity although some accounts have them being autopsied in a pathology clinic in Buch, a suburb of Berlin. After the autopsies, Hitler, his wife, Eva Braun and his propaganda leader, Joseph Goebbels were allegedly buried in a series of locations including Buch, Finow and Rathenau (all in East Germany). In February of 1946, the remains were again moved to a Soviet Smersh facility in Magdeburg (Nos. 32 and 36). These remains were removed one final time in 1982 (some account say it was as early as 1970) by the request of Yuri Andropov, Secretary General of the USSR, 1982-84. Andropov, former KGB chief, fearing that Neo-Nazi's may discover the location, had the graves opened. All remains (still in a state of decomposition) were ground-up and put into a nearby Danube River tributary. All of these details are in dispute and there are many conflicting 'facts' stated in a variety of sources.

The Hitler skull here




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#13 17 years ago

Here's an interesting link about that... http://news.bbc.co.uk/1/hi/world/europe/725537.stm




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#14 17 years ago

This is all a bit off topic, but nice info nevertheless, Maginot!




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