USA Today about Documentation Hitler Bunker

Following New York Times and Washington Post Kim Hjelmgaard, USA TODAY journalist based in the United Kingdom, visited Documentaion Hitler Bunker and talked to Enno Lenze:


… Still, a replica of Adolf Hitler’s bunker office where he spent his final days went on display last fall in an air raid shelter where Hitler had committed suicide on April 30, 1945.


The replica in Berlin is part of a private initiative that includes a portrait of Hitler’s favorite Prussian leader, Frederick the Great, an oxygen bottle with a mask and a statue of the Nazi leader’s dog, Blondi.


A lot of people come to Berlin and think there is one central place where they can learn about Hitler or see some traces of what his life was like, but there isn’t,“ said Enno Lenze, founder of the Berlin Bunker Story, the company behind the display.


People want to know all the details, even about the rumors, if they are accurate or not. There needs to be an exhibition about Hitler himself, because he was the one who more or less caused World War II and whose death ended it.“


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