Projekt riese. Project Riese: The Secret Nazi Tunnels in Poland

Project Riese

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Dnes objekt je úpraven pro turistický provoz a snadno se k němu dostanete asfaltovou silnici. This area is today a complex of ruined buildings near the concrete object shown above. The primitive camouflage paint designed to conceal the entrances to the bunkers still remains remarkably vivid, although it has peeled in places - the only indicator that the design is more than 70 years old. References: Jerzy Cera, Góry Sowie Fotomapa, Podziemne Kompleksy Riese, Krakow, Inter-Cera, 2009. He was heavily involved in the construction efforts of the project and particularly with its hasty cancellation. We ought to be glad this place never saw completion, it would've been a nightmare for the Allies. Share Others believe the chambers were intended to be used as a way to covertly move troops and military equipment.

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Die Glocke (hoax)

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Pictured in the unnerving images, were the complexes Wlodarz, Osowka, Rzeczka and the Fly Trap, where some of the top scientists at the time worked to generate power from here, but were then later killed and buried in a nearby area. The 24-hour-a-day work and filthy, unhygienic conditions ensured that many of the prisoners of war involved in their construction tragically lost their lives to exhaustion or illness. Three of the tunnel systems, plus underground facilities at the Fürstenstein Castle Książ , have been opened for public viewing the other tunnels are the least finished, and are too dangerous to open for tourists. The whole project was build by hands of the concentration camps inmates, and companies involved with the Nazi party. Otázkou je, zda tento objekt spadal do projektu Riese. I'm affraid you'll have to use google translate, as this forum is in Polish.

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Project Riese

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Plany były tak duże i rozległe, że szybko zdecydowano się na nazwę Riese, czyli Olbrzym. First described by journalist and author Igor Witkowski in Prawda o Wunderwaffe 2000 , it was later popularized by military journalist and author who associated it with , and research. Most records of this project seem to have been destroyed or hidden at the end of the war, but Nazi Armaments Minister Albert Speer, along with Hitler's Luftwaffe adjutant Nicolaus von Below and general staff officer Gen. Pokud shrnu dostupné informace, docházím k závěru, že všechny teorie o Riese mají základ ve velké hromadě dohadů a nejasností. Odhaduje se, že jejich počet se pohyboval v rozmezí 20. But unless we're after cheap laughs, our hope when we pick up a book like this is that the author will, against the odds, build a careful, reasonable and convincing case.

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Projekt RIESE

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I don't even know where to begin, the show is completely stupid! Velkopěstírna žampionů pro celou druhou říši… tedy… pravděpodobně nebylo… Co dnes o Riese vlastně víme? An estimated 5000 out of some 13,000 slave laborers died on this project. Od toho okamžiku jsem se do Riese zamiloval tedy — samozřejmě až po továrně Richard… Musel jsem se sem s kamarády vrátit i potřetí, a již dnes dávno vím, že do Polska musím znovu. According to Kiger, Die Glocke is a popular example of such legends and speculation, citing former David Myhra's contention that if antigravity devices actually existed, the Germans, desperate to stop the Allies advance, would have used them. Stačilo navštívit část podzemního komplexu Osówka, a fragmenty staveb na povrchu. The rocks of the mountains were drilled and blasted with explosives and the resulting caverns were reinforced by concrete and steel.

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Who was this notorious & mysterious SS general, he just vanished in May '45

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More than nine kilometers were excavated, but only a small section was reinforced by steel and concrete before the Nazis were driven out of the region by the arriving Red Army. The trial at Nuremberg, depicting the defendants, guarded by American Military Police. Most of the excavation work was done by forced laborers from Poland, Russia, and Czechoslovakia, Russian and Italian prisoners of war, and concentration camp prisoners from the nearby Gross-Rosen camp transferred from. A place like this would result in insanely high casualties for attackers as they try to funnel in through what would likely have been well protected choke points. Pouze jsem neodolal pokušení, podělit se o část záhad a nejasností, které se mi líhnou v hlavě, po návštěvě pouze několika částí tohoto — pro mne tak zajímavého komplexu… Pro přiblížení je nutné nejprve stručně přiblížit, co byl vlastně projekt Riese… Co bylo, či co mělo být Riese? This train supposedly disappeared under unexplained circumstances somewhere between Freiburg and Waldenburg during the last few weeks of the war. In late 1944, Kammler was appointed head of Projekt Riese, a mysterious construction which involved the building of a number of underground facilities in the mountains of Lower Silesia. Komplex Valimských štol je zpřístupněn turistům.

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Who was this notorious & mysterious SS general, he just vanished in May '45

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Tyto texty v lepším případě doplňuje několik fotografií — to je však málo, velice málo… U nás se fenoménu Sovích hor, a projektu Riese, věnuje pan Milan Zach Kučera, který na toto téma vydal zajímavou publikaci nazvanou — Největší tajemství třetí říše. Immediately after war, he had no problems entering the former construction site, thus potentially being able to get a very clear impression of local Polish activities. This structure is known as the Fly Trap. An officer of the German army, he had been stationed at Charlottenbrunn with the local bureau of the Organisation Todt since 1940. Allegedly, this project was known under the codename V-7.

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