Ruins of the Third Reich - History of the Nazi Reich

Insights by film maker R.J. Adams on the rise and fall of the Third Reich as told through it's monuments, marching grounds and Castles @_rjadams

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The Third Reich in Ruins
The Third Reich in Ruins. Historical places and buildings as they appeared while in use, and as the remains appear today including Kehlstenhaus( Eagle's Nest), Berghof, Dachau, Berlin, Dresden, Nürnberg and many more.

World War II Metal Detecting - German Guns - Eastern Front Battlefield Relic Hunting
Team WWIIMD visited last december the former battlefields of the eastern front, where heavy fighting took place in 1945. In the search for war relics we discovered some amazing finds that we will share in our new battlefield research video. Our most interesting find was a German MG34/42 machinegun ammunition box that containd 2 German pistols. Czech CZ 27 and a Belgium FN 1922, both war time productions. We also found equipment pieces and other interesting things that were left behind in the woods after the war. Feel free to leave a comment. Greetings from Holland! Disclaimer: - Our videos are uploaded as non-political, informative and historical entertainment. - No unexploded ordnance was found or will be shown is this video. - No soldiers remains, in any kind, were found or will be shown in this video. TEAM WWIIMD - Word War II Metal Detecting Videos

Inside The Berghof Movie part 1
HITLERS BERGHOF The RAF bombed the area on April 25, 1945, and a little of Obersalzberg was damaged. Since then the government of Bavaria has gradually destroyed or buried almost every trace of the Berghof. This DVD is for the historian interested in the Obersalzberg and the Berghof. Its an insight in to the impressive building of huge historical importance which was destroyed by the Bavarian government in a bid to remove all traces of the NAZI party from the hill side. The former Gastehaus Höher Göll houses a museum chronicling the span of World War II. The nearby Platterhof hotel survived the war and restored by the US Army and renamed the General Walker Hotel. It remained in US as a recreation center until the late 1990s and was demolished in 2000. It was replaced by the new 5-star hotel, InterContinental Resort Berchtesgaden which was built nearby on the former site of Hermann Göring's chalet. Following the departure of the U.S. military, the Bavarian government has made every attempt to remove or bury every trace of the Berghof and other Nazi buildings in an effort to return the area to a vacation site. Nevertheless, it's unlikely that the mountain's historical relevance will ever be completely erased and will continue as one of Germany's most popular "war tourism" destinations.

ARC Identifier 24043 / Local Identifier 111-ADC-10281 - Department of Defense. Department of the Army. Office of the Chief Signal Officer. (09/18/1947 - 02/28/1964) - - Summary: POSTHUMOS AWARDS: CU, Swastika emblem, CUs, display of medals - men at attention. Sequence: Civilians receiving awards from Herman Goering. Karl Von Rumstedt, Admiral Erich Raeder and Herman Goering. Goering pays homage at dead soldier's bier. MS, casket placed into mausoleum. HITLER VISITS WOUNDED VETS IN HOSPITAL: CU, Adolf Hitler arriving; with wounded vets, people cheer as he departs. MS, Hitler with officers in the field. MS, Heinrich Himmler, Joseph P Goebbels, Gen Guderian and others standing and talking in field. Review: Sequence - youthful officer inspecting and addressing company of German soldiers at attention, cut ins soldiers listening. VOLKSTURM ON PARADE: Sequence: Aged civilian members Of the Home Guard on parade. CU's brassards with insignia typifying Volksturm. Parade scenes. U BOAT INSPECTION: Sequence: Aged civilian arriving at dock, touring interior of sub, at periscope (evidently U BOAT INVENTOR). - Copied by Michael Edson