Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen / Seelow Heights Museum

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Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen / Seelow Heights Museum

Post by Richard Hargreaves » Mon Jul 04, 2011 11:07 am

Any tips for visiting the archive in the Seelow Heights museum?

I have two days booked there at the beginning of August (a fall back for the fact that BA-MA's undergoing redevelopment...) and wonder if any Feldgrauers have paid it a visit.

From my dealings so far, the director seems extremely helpful. :[]
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Re: Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen / Seelow Heights Museum

Post by fridgeman » Thu Jul 07, 2011 1:44 pm

I visited the Seelow memorial place once, and have to say i did not really liked it.

If you visit it by car, you may visit Halbe also. Its ~1 hour away from Seelow.
The biggest german military cemetery of ww2 is located there.

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Re: Gedenkstätte Seelower Höhen / Seelow Heights Museum

Post by Richard Hargreaves » Thu Jul 07, 2011 1:53 pm

Ach, I shall stay in the archive then. :D

Sadly, no car, only train, so I doubt I will get to Halbe; I'm not sure if I will even have time to get to Küstrin. :(
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