Original German WWII Chickenwire Camouflage Netting Taken from Obersalzberg Berchtesgaden Eagles Nest
Original Item: One-of-a-kind collection. This is genuine World War Two German Chicken wire Camouflage Netting taken from the Obersalzberg Eagles Nest. It is accompanied by original news photos and release paper that reads:
RELEASE FRIDAY APRIL 27
LF1016061 CREDIT INTERNATIONAL NEWS PHOTOS
SLUG (HILTER HIDEOUT)
THIS WAS A HILTER HIDEOUT
GERMANY...... AT LEFT ABOVE IS ONE OF
THE EXITS FROM THE VAST UNDERGROUND
HIDEOUT THAT ONCE WAS ADOLF HILTER'S
HEADQUARTERS ON THE WESTERN FRONT.
LOCATED IN A PINE FOREST NEAR BAD
NAUHEIM, THE HIDEOUT WAS CAPTURED BY
AMERICAN FORCES RECENTLY. A FAKE CASTLE
HALF A MILE AWAY WAS AN OBSERVATION
POST THAT GUARDED THE ENTRANCE TO THE
HEADQUARTERS WHICH HAD A CHALET AND
A SYSTEM OF UNDERGROUND TUNNELS AND
CHAMBERS WELL BELOW BOMBING DANGER.
AT RIGHT ABOVE IS ONE OF THE ESCAPE
HATCHES FROM THE UNDERGROUND TUNNELS.
IRON RUNGS SET IN CONCRETE LEAD UP TO
AN EXIT IN THE FOREST. THE CHAIR AT
THE BOTTOM OF THE SHAFT MAY ONCE HAVE
BEEN OCCUPIED BY DER FUEHRER
The photos and release show an identical Chickenwire Camouflage Netting at the location of a bunker near BAD NAUHEIM which was the location of the underground bunker for Field Marshal Gerd von Rundstedt's wartime headquarters.
There is a small sample of the Camouflage netting which is attached to a piece of paper that reads: PLASTIC NETTING FROM HILTER'S OBERSALZBURG FORTIFICATIONS AND BUNKERS.
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