very nice signs
Hi SilberKreuz, Nice post, Where is this museum? Is it the German History Museum in Berlin where this sign display is also?
I had no idea that the statue still existed!!...This is the one representing the Armed Forces...The other statue held a torch, signifying the NSDAP...I wonder what happened to that one...Thanks for posting!
The German Museum is along UNTER DER LINDEN, former DDR SIDE, OR ADJACENT museum island. I really do not think your display is there, as I was taking pics of all the military items, went back to my hotel and checked out my pics. To much glass and shadows, so went back the next day and did it all over again. Overall the museum is "pretty pants" it deals with the years around 1500 to the present day. There is not a lot of TR items there. The best things are Bismarks uniforms and Wilhelm Kaisers GFM UNIFORM. Will post another day, well worth seeing.
Hi Glen, in the reception of the GHM there are quite a few Nazi statues, but did not take any pics of them, they were mainly the women statues wearing Roman type clothing with angels wings, the norm you see on Nazi buildings.
. Yes, this is the same museum where these other plaques and signs and eagles are.The German Museum is along UNTER DER LINDEN, former DDR SIDE, OR ADJACENT museum island - SilberKreuzThe exhibition occupies two entire floors of the Zeughaus, the former armoury. On the tour through the exhibition you pass through a series of chronologically arranged historical epochs. The upper floor covers history up to the end of the First World War. The tour continues on the main floor through areas devoted to the Weimar Republic, the Nazi regime, the post-war period as well as the history of the two German states from 1949 to reunification in 1990, followed by the departure of the Allied Forces in 1994. - Permanent Exhibition description from the German History Museum
Hi SilberKreuz, I have been sent this photo of this scarce bronze Kurt Schmid-Ehmen miniature model of the Luitpold Arena Nuremberg Eagle from a display at the German History Museum as well as the other eagle photo either from there or from somewhere else- not all of the German Third Reich items are on display all of the time in the Permanent Exhibition which is why you might not have seen these at the time. They swap things around from time to time which is why it is worth going every year or so to see all the items from their amazing collection.