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Denkmal für die im Nationalsozialismus verfolgten Homosexuellen
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Hitler’s Bunker information
Berlin was burning and Soviet tanks advancing relentlessly when Adolf Hitler committed suicide on 30 April 1945, alongside Eva Braun, his long-time female companion, hours after their marriage. Today, a parking lot covers the site, revealing its dark history only via an information panel with a diagram of the vast bunker network, construction data and the site’s post-WWII history.
The interior was blown up and sealed off by the Soviets in 1947. The 2004 movie The Downfall chronicles Hitler’s last days at the Führerbunker.