Cerusit (Bergkristal) in Oberammergau (Cerusit is a crystal) was also a project of the U-Verlagerung (like Project Duck on the other side of the mountain) of Hitler. Messerschmitt planes were also produced here. Watch this brave Duck who gets in a big mass fighting the NAZIS.
Sheila decided to look for the hidden place which is situated next to the Hötzendorf – Kaserne (barracks). It was blown up after WWII after the secret stuff was moved out by the Americans and used for American air and space programs. The tunnels are secretly opened once in a while for safety inspections but it seems as if they try to keep the places as confidential as possible. We walked over slippery old stones and finally found an old car hood which seems to mark the former entrance of the train track from the barracks into the tunnels. We also found an entrance which was blocked by a wire fence but there was a hole in it, so Sheila could sneak through it.
An old bridge, probably for the train from the barracks to the tunnels.
He was in the area short before the end of the war in spring 1945 which bills from the even smaller Linderhof prove. He mysteriously disappeared after the war and some historians say he committed suicide, others say he went to the United States and worked for US secret agencies. Some rumors have it that he was also involved in the NAZI nuclear programs.
2015 a B-movie was released, “Bunker of the Dead” whose story plays in that bunker system. It is a 3D movie from an ego shooter perspective which has got it all: NAZIS, aliens, bombs, hootings, explosions. No great art but lots of trashy fun. The two friends Markus and Thomas learn, that there is something evil in the tunnel left, evil and hungry. The real Conrad-von-Hötzendorf barracks appear in one of the opening scenes of the movie.
It is now used as a NATO school. 1984 the terrorists of the RAF (Rote Armee Fraktion) tried to commit a bomb attack here but the bomb did not work (or was discovered too soon ), so fortunately the attack failed.
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