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Discussion in 'WWII Today' started by Mussolini, Feb 5, 2020.

  1. Mussolini

    Mussolini Gaming Guru WW2|ORG Editor

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    So...I might be going to Berlin at the end of the month for about a week. Not likely to have a car...but any recommended or must-see WW2 related things I should try and make my way to? Not opposed to jumping on a Train to get outside of Berlin. There seems to be a good deal of things in Berlin that crop up on every site when you google such things - but anything off the beaten path?
     
  2. Sheldrake

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    For starters
    Russo-German Museum Karlshorst
    Soviet War Memorial and Cemetery Treptower Park
    German AA bunker Gesundbrunnen
    Soviet War memorial Tiergarten
    Holocaust memorial
    Seelow Heights Cemetery and museum
    German cemetery (Friedhof) Seelow
    Kuestrin Museum and ruined city
    German history museum Unter den Linden
    Allied Forces museum
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    and buy one of the guides to the battlefields. I like Tony Le Tissier's
     
  3. Mussolini

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    Thanks for the info.

    It didn't work out in the end. Tickets were a bit more expensive than we were expecting.

    Still on my bucket list to get out that way sometime in the near future!
     

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