The Eagle's Nest on the Bavarian Mountains is definitely the most famous place during World War II. It was once the last fortress where Hitler commanded the battle and was hidden. Hitler committed suicide here. It is condescending, overlooking the surrounding places dozens of kilometers away. The Eagle’s Nest is a very strong castle. Although history is long gone, you can still vaguely feel how gloomy it was once and how many of Hitler’s crimes were committed during World War II. It was decided here.
The Eagle's Nest is a famous scenic spot in the Alps, built on the top of a mountain 1885 meters high. In 1937, this guest house was built as a birthday gift for Hitler, and then the Eagle's Nest became a place for Hitler to entertain allies and have meetings with the Gestapo during the war. The Eagle’s Nest is now open to tourists and has become a mountain top restaurant and observation deck.
The Eagle’s Nest is said to be a military base where Hitler used to hide. It is often clouded among the mountains and indeed looks very suitable for shelter. As a military base. From the elevator on the passage, you can feel a very serious atmosphere. It is said that when the weather on the mountain is good, the scenery of the mountains can be seen very shocking. But now you can only learn about the history in the wax statues in the building.
The Eagle's Nest is a very familiar place for fans of World War II. This is Hitler's longevity in the latter part of World War II and the place where he finally committed suicide. It is condescending, overlooking the surrounding wilderness, and easy to defend and difficult to attack. The entire eagle's nest is a solid fortress, with underpasses and basements. You can get a glimpse of Hitler's living and working scenes at that time, which is very amazing.
On the way to the Eagle’s Nest, we encountered a very touching thing. When the six of us bought tickets and prepared to take the scenic tour bus up the mountain, the car with more than 40 seats was almost full after getting on the bus, only the last two rows were scattered. There were a few seats vacant, and we had six people. When we didn’t know where to sit, suddenly eight or nine young soldiers in camouflage uniforms and Dutch flag badges sitting in the car stood up. Under the command of a military officer, he left their seats and gave up seats for the six of us with old Chinese silver hair. We were really surprised at the time. At first, we thought it was because of the large number of people in the car that these soldiers had to get off and choose another vehicle? Unexpectedly, they were going to give us a good seat. After the six of us were seated, they all squeezed to the last two rows under the command of the officer! It was then that we suddenly realized that we were really moved, and thanked us! Those of us who used to be Chinese veterans have even more respect for these foreign army soldiers! When we expressed our gratitude to the commanding officer of the six of us, and told him that several of us were Chinese soldiers and soldiers when they were young, we know that the sense of responsibility and mission of soldiers all over the world is the same! In order to express our respect, I hope to take a photo with these young soldiers. After the commander readily agreed, these youthful, bright, smiling young soldiers were frozen in our group photo and stayed in our hearts forever! We are proud and proud of soldiers all over the world! It was later learned that these Dutch soldiers should come from NATO troops and came to the mountains for military training!
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