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Geheimkammer im Wehrmachtsbunker: Polen bohrt nach dem Bernsteinzimmer

Im Zweiten Weltkrieg raubt die Wehrmacht das Bernsteinzimmer aus der Sowjetunion, danach verschwindet es. Nach Jahrzehnten der Suche führt eine neue Spur nach Polen zu einer Bunkeranlage der Wehrmacht. Probebohrungen sollen den Beweis erbringen.

Can man who hid £1bn of Nazi art solve the mystery of the Amber Room?

Can man who hid £1bn of Nazi art solve the mystery of the Amber Room?

Peter Der Große, Preußen, Archäologie, 18. Jahrhundert, Ww2, Schlösser, Amber Room, The Mystery, Peter O'toole

A colour autochrome of the Amber Room in the Catherine Palace taken before the Second World War

A colour autochrome of the Amber Room in the Catherine Palace taken before the Second World War

Verschlüsselte Botschaften, geheimnisvolle Katakomben und die Hoffnung auf einen millionenschweren Schatz: Was nach Abenteuerfilm klingt, ist für zwei Oberpfälzer Realität: Sie sind sich sicher, da…

Schatzjäger: Ist das Bernsteinzimmer in Tschechien versteckt? (Videos)

This art piece was one of the most precious items in the emperor collection, and of course, it couldn’t avoid greedy eyes of those who wanted to take it for personal use. Germans believed that it was totally theirs and yet before WWII began, Hitler aimed at the Amber Room as well as many other art treasures.

This art piece was one of the most precious items in the emperor collection, and of course, it couldn’t avoid greedy eyes of those who wanted to take it for personal use. Germans believed that it was totally theirs and yet before WWII began, Hitler aimed at the Amber Room as well as many other art treasures.

La Chambre d'Ambre - Catherine Grand Offerte par le roi de Prusse Frédéric-Guillaume Ier au tsar de Russie Pierre le Grand en 1716.  Pendant presque deux siècles, elle fut installée au palais Catherine à Tsarskoïe Selo près de Saint-Pétersbourg.

La Chambre d'Ambre - Catherine Grand Offerte par le roi de Prusse Frédéric-Guillaume Ier au tsar de Russie Pierre le Grand en 1716. Pendant presque deux siècles, elle fut installée au palais Catherine à Tsarskoïe Selo près de Saint-Pétersbourg.

http://berliner-schloss.de/das-historische-schloss/innenraeume-gesamtansichten-bernsteinzimmer/

Das Innere des Berliner Schlosses ist hervorragend dokumentiert. Dennoch würde eine sofortige, vollständige Rekonstruktion der kostbaren Räume jeden Kostenrahmen sprengen.

7.With the first days to occupations of the representative  organ of the culture dropped in in Pushkin : examined the palace, registered value, but taked their could not: it is necessary was a special permit commander 18-y german army. Because of stubborn fighting to get such permit at all did not manage. Only at October 1941, what one captured document states,  from Ekaterina's lock in safe place by autumn 1941 was taked Amber cabinet

7.With the first days to occupations of the representative organ of the culture dropped in in Pushkin : examined the palace, registered value, but taked their could not: it is necessary was a special permit commander 18-y german army. Because of stubborn fighting to get such permit at all did not manage. Only at October 1941, what one captured document states, from Ekaterina's lock in safe place by autumn 1941 was taked Amber cabinet

Ten years ago, on May 31, 2003, the Amber Room at Tsarskoye Selo near St.Petersburg was open to the public. The Amber Room has, in a sense, been a symbol of Russian-German relations for almost three centuries. It was originally created in Prussia, then given to Russia, then stolen by the Nazis during World War II and later restored by Russian craftsmen. Photo (2003): the Amber Room of the Catherine Palace, Tsarskoye Selo Museum, the town of Pushkin (outside St. Petersburg).

Ten years ago, on May 31, 2003, the Amber Room at Tsarskoye Selo near St.Petersburg was open to the public. The Amber Room has, in a sense, been a symbol of Russian-German relations for almost three centuries. It was originally created in Prussia, then given to Russia, then stolen by the Nazis during World War II and later restored by Russian craftsmen. Photo (2003): the Amber Room of the Catherine Palace, Tsarskoye Selo Museum, the town of Pushkin (outside St. Petersburg).

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