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The Berghof of Adolf Hitler


Adolf Hitler




HEAVY red Untersberg marble slab, weight approximately 100 pounds, approximately eighteen inches square, the foundation stone of the Berghof. The chiseled inscription reads: "Haus Wachenfeld. Erbaut 1916 durch Kom.Rat. Otto Winter. Umgebaut 1935-1936 zum Berghof." Swastika runes on each corner. In private hands. Location: West London.

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