This is the bunker complex from where Admiral Karl Dönitz commanded the German U-Boat’s towards the end of WWII. It is now mostly derelict, but the underground bunker remains intact.
In 1962 The Cuban Missile Crisis brought the world closer to nuclear war than ever before, but what the west didn’t know at the time was that the Soviets already had Nuke’s in their backyard! This is the amazing, secret storey of Vogelsang.
Tempelhof airport was designed by the Nazi’s before World War II started as a state of the art transport hub which they never actually finished building before the start of WWII. Instrumental in the Berlin airlift after the war, and used as a civilian airport until 2008 it now stands empty and mostly unused.
In a forest just outside of Berlin 11km of underground tunnels link an abandoned testament to pre-war German architecture and engineering.
Heeresbekleidungsamt is a former NAZI Uniform factory which, after WWII, was taken by the Soviets. With its own railway sidings the Russians found it an idea place to process their plunders of war before sending them back to Moscow by rail.
Whilst Germany was divided this building housed the Iraqi embassy to the former GDR, now the building lies abandoned with broken windows and paperwork including old visa applications scattered on the floor.