The night the bombs dropped

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The ruins of a villa from WW2, I went to explore this place in the summer but it was so overgrown you just could not get a photo of the outside of the building, so in November I returned to get a better look.

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History

The only thing that I could find was a news report about the villa.

A decent end, the letter of 6 February 1945.. “Full Alert The third time within 14 hours I wonder … again Warning: Full alarm. Clear. ! Again, alarm, eg circuit “on the lines before wrote Professor August Hinderer:

” The existence in the capital is gradually uncomfortable. The downtown area looks angry. Castle, cathedral galleries, University razed to the ground “- What was even then virtually razed to the ground, his own villa in Steglitz BeymestraƟe 16. was on the night of 23 to 24 March, 1944, destroyed in an air raid.

Since the end stages of the wooden stairs that led to the outside of the building along to the top floor, into the sky.

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