Berchtesgaden

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Berch·tes·ga·den

 (bĕrk′təs-gäd′n, bĕrKH′-)
A town of southeast Germany in the Bavarian Alps. It is a popular resort.

Berchtesgaden

(German ˈbɛrçtəsɡaːdən)
n
(Placename) a town in Germany, in SE Bavaria: site of the fortified mountain retreat of Adolf Hitler. Pop: 7667 (2003 est)

Berch•tes•ga•den

(ˈbɛrx təsˌgɑd n)

n.
a town in SE Bavaria, in SE Germany: site of the fortified mountain chalet of Adolf Hitler. 39,800.
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He handwrote 60 volumes of the diaries on aged, tea-soaked paper, claiming they were recovered from a plane that crashed in 1945 carrying the Fuhrer's effects to his Berchtesgarden retreat.
And every picture has a vivid memory - the smell of burning flesh that comes back to him when he sees a photo of a burning German vehicle he shot from the tank's turret; how residents of Munich dressed for a normal day and walked around destroyed buildings as if nothing was wrong; what it was like to stand on the steps outside one of Adolf Hitler's homes in Berchtesgarden, Germany; and a crew member cradling a goat.
The 1937 German film, Der Hund Von Baskerville, was a particular favourite of Adolf Hitler and a print was found in his private cinema in his Berchtesgarden retreat in 1945.