Berlin: 'Hitler, How Could It Happen' Exhibition

Berlin: 'Hitler, How Could It Happen' Exhibition

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Experience a piece of the dark city and world history and step back in time to the Second World War. Learn everything about Hitler's rise to power as well the building, and finally the fall, of his anti-Semitic reign of terror.

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  • Visit the Berlin Story Bunker and explore the interesting exhibition about the Second World War and the period of National Socialism
  • Visit a full scale replication of Hitler's bunker and take a look at the model of his "Führerbunker"
  • Learn everything you need to know about the bloodiest war of mankind and find out more about Berlin's role as the center of power
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Step back in time to the period of National Socialism and discover a piece of contemporary history in an authentic bunker. Learn everything about Hitler's rise to power and his reign of terror. Explore the comprehensive exhibition in the Berlin Story Bunker at Anhalter station, that tells Hitler's story all the way to his unconditional surrender on the 8th of May 1945. Visit a full scale replication of a bunker and take a look at a model of the "Führerbunker" (leader's bunker) and see interesting pictures, documents and movies.
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    The meeting point is the ticket office of the Berlin Story Bunker, Schöneberger Str. 23a, 10963 Berlin.

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    • Last entrance is at 5:30 PM
    • Please note it might take up to 2 hours or more to see the whole exhibition
    • Guests must adhere to the museum rules
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    4.4 / 5

    based on 503 reviews

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    This is a long exhibition, easy to find and in a very interesting location (the Anhalter station bunker) with a lot of reading and standing - it is however excellent, well displayed material and photographs of WW1 and WW2 that I've never seen before - which made it well worth the visit. However you almost need a break (coffee and cake) during the visit to enable you to get to the end ........

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    March 2, 2020

    Unfortunately I was only there at 4.30 p.m. and then only had 2.5 hours to see the exhibition. I would definitely have needed another 1 hour to read everything in detail as I did in the first "chapters". I found the exhibition to be well structured and provided with a lot of details, so that you got a comprehensive picture of the time before National Socialism and all about National Socialism. I am very interested in history - the exhibition was just right for me!

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    January 26, 2020

    Dear refurbishment team, thank you for the really successful and intensive refurbishment. You really notice that it was close to your heart to find out how Hitler's radicalization came about. I had my 4 youngest children (ages 14-20) with me and thanks to your preparatory work I was able to convey to you very impressively what propaganda is capable of. And also link to today's mass media. If I may allow myself a little comment, this would be the following: At the point at which you describe the politically undoubtedly inexplicable appointment of Hitler as Chancellor, I would find it helpful to look at the questions of why, financing and of the political pressure that made this act possible, would have been discussed in more detail. It is certainly of minor importance for your core concerns, but would be helpful for a holistic understanding of events in the 20th century. God's blessing F. Renner

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    January 20, 2020

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