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U-Boot Bunker Valentin, Bremen
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  • Our primal grandfather Ottomar H. came in 1902 from Wilhelmshaven to Bremen and bought a single family house and an apartment building in Uhland Street in Bremen "on the Willow embankment" (right next to the Bürgerpark) In this House "on the Willow embankment", our family has lived since 1902: primal grandfather Ottomar, his Tochte Hedwig in the House "on the Willow embankment", Hedwig's children Carl W. and Heike B.; the second daughter of Ottomar indoors "Uhlandstr.". Now the third generation of our family in Bremen lives, and of course, we know the u boat bunker Valentin. We recommend very at least once in life you should have visited the U-boot bunker. He is a piece of contemporary history. Our German and also our international visitors (relationship from United States) we like to show the U-boot bunker; and we have also a book about Bremen for our international visitors in English language! We contact: take with a camera and take pictures for your visitors. You will then gladly remember visiting in Bremen!
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  • Of our visit to Bremen this was really the most impressive. It is located 20 kilometres outside the city centre, and you can easy parking. Very good that access and even the audio tour of this piece of history is free. Please notice that the Saturday and Monday closed. There is a toilet at the exhibition space, but as often no public house at WWII heritage. With 419 meters! is this giant of concrete and steel only. It is as ugly as majestic. In the audio tour class you also the controversy between pride and shame of those who were involved in the construction. This bunker was an assembly line for the infamous submarines with the aim to deliver every 56 hours. It is right on the river Weser. Bunker "Valentin" is, however, never went into production because it is bombed for completion. Half has been restored and walk you through it. The other side does not and is still full of bomb craters and you can only watch from the side because of security. On a cold rainy day with wind and seeping water is totally creepy. The information boards and, in particular, however, the audio tour tell a sad story. The bunker is built by thousands of forced labourers, many of whom lost their lives by the very poor conditions. That makes this imposing building also a sad Memorial.
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  • It is a very impressive construction work. Very big and very ugly. Inside there is actually little to see. Of 1 Hall snap I it, because there is a hole in the ceiling which makes a big branch inside. It seems therefore not safe and the space is therefore not to enter. The other great hall would be much more content. Put a giant replica of a U boat in it, somewhere some old work clothes come from and you really have a museum. Now there was only an empty Hall. A nice Hall for a party, but that's another story. We followed the free tour with English texts in the headphones but I found the stories very wordy. We also knew not which side we were on, it was not as good. We are again left after half an hour, when we had seen. We thought it was still worth it to have to drive, it's very impressive.
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