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Thread: Heinrich Himmlers House (DE)

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hugh Jorgan View Post
    Thanks for all the links you inserted. I was never in doubt that you got the wrong building, but I can read German and in the report by Erich Mielke he stated that Himmler lived there from January 1940 to July of 1943 and he used this house as a base and a fancy guest house. But his family lived in Tergensee.
    Cool, will re-word the report to state that Heinrich Himmler definitely did live here, but maybe some of his extended family didnít...


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    Quote Originally Posted by UrbanX View Post
    Cool, will re-word the report to state that Heinrich Himmler definitely did live here, but maybe some of his extended family didn’t...
    Get your facts straight Lee!!
    Last edited by krela; 19th Oct 19 at 07:10.

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    More importantly start posting stuff thats less than a year old :-) Nice shots fella

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