Zossen Bunkers

Code named ‘Zeppelin’ the Wunsdorf/Zossen bunker complex was built from 1937 to house the high command of the German Army during WWII. Here the Polish campaign was coordinated. It remained the heart of the German War machine, communicating decisions and orders to all fronts and campaigns including Stalingrad until it was taken in April of 1945 by the Soviet forces, some bunkers surviving intact and reused.

It became the HQ of the Soviet occupying forces after WWII, and the main centre of defence for the DDR. Both WWII and Cold War period bunkers can be visited. Train travel is ca. 1 hr.

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