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    A look at the building of the Reichszeugmeisterei

    A report of the Bavarian Television of 16.1. 2014



    Polizeisiedlung München vom 16.01.2014: Willkommen in Copland! | BR Mediathek VIDEO

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    The art work in the loft was interesting!.....
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    Quote by Hugo Rietzel View Post
    A look at the building of the Reichszeugmeisterei

    A report of the Bavarian Television of 16.1. 2014


    Polizeisiedlung München vom 16.01.2014: Willkommen in Copland! | BR Mediathek VIDEO

    Thank you very much. Very interesting.
    damit, basta.

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    That was treat for us - Thanks. A few years back, we had the pleasure of a brief introduction to Herr Andrä - seemed to be a very kind fellow. Neat to see him being interviewed. During the same visit to Munich, a friend guided us around this building, I think. At the time, I did not fully understand what he was telling us about this, and a few other buildings close by. The information presented here offered some additional clarity. Wish I had known more about what resided within the building at that time - I am certain we could have gained access to go in, and see more.

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ID:	636887The RZM building was a show piece of Nazi architecture, and part of the Nazi rebuilding of Munich prior to 1939.
    damit, basta.

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    Thanks for posting! If anything this was a good chance to practice my German listening skills (which was pretty good, until Herr Steinmetzer started talking fast)

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    I drive once a year to Munich. And I'm still fascinated by the building and the entire region.

    The first picture shows the official apartment of the RZM and the second, the foyer.
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    Thank you. I have driven by the place, I think, on the Schnellstrasse, that is, under the thing. I have never seen it altogether. There is a lot to see in Munich and a very good guide book in a series of guide books on various leading cities in the III. Reich ideal for the seeker of such relics and remains.
    I was in USAREUR in the epoch, but never had cause to go to the place when it was a U.S. Kaserne.
    All long gone.
    damit, basta.

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    Yes, Munich is always worth a visit! Not only because of his past!

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    You know: Vorzellner, Johann

    his pictures are very interesting!


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    Quote by Hugo Rietzel View Post
    Yes, Munich is always worth a visit! Not only because of his past!

    F.B.

    You know: Vorzellner, Johann

    his pictures are very interesting!


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    damit, basta.

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