The most famous of the hidden bunkers are those
used by Adolf Hitler's Nazi regime. One of these bunkers is
the one in which he barricaded himself in near the end of World
War II (and the one he is believed to committed suicide in).
Historians for many years have been aware that
was not the only bunker used by Hitler or his regime.
It has been believed for a long time that the
Nazi's had hidden bunkers in many places some of which were
outside the German borders. In recent years a few of Hitler's
hidden bunkers have "surfaced" in the strangest of
The Bunker That Is Loaded With Bombs and Doubles
as a Major Airport
The Schoenefeld airport in Berlin, Germany has
almost two million people pass through its airline terminals
every year. Once part of eastern Germany, East Berlin is now
a major connecting point between numerous other cities around
Europe. But most of the passengers arriving at or passing through
Schoenefeld have no idea that one of Hitler's hidden bunkers
is hidden under the runways at the airport. And what's more,
they probably have no idea that the bunker complex is fully
intact and loaded with live, unexploded bombs and ammunition
as well as (possibly) fully fueled aircraft from the German
military of World War II.
When the Berlin Wall and the associated fall of
communism came apart in the late 1980's, documents from an East
German organization known as Stasi, which was the secret police
of East Germany were discovered showing that tons of live, unexploded
World War II bombs were buried in hidden bunkers underneath
Schoenefeld Airport. Now home to several commercial and charter
airlines, it appears that according to the documents that the
hidden bunkers under Schoenefeld also are hiding Nazi fighter
aircraft, fully intact and possibly full of aircraft fuel.
Berlin city authorities say the airport is perfectly
safe but is not taking any chances and is continuing to investigate
the data in the Stasi documents. There are a lot of documents
to be examined and authorities in Berlin admit it will take
many years to verify all the information.
Storms Have Uncovered Hidden Nazi Bunkers on
the Coast Of Denmark
While some hidden bunkers remain a mystery because
they either have been destroyed and buried, or like the bunkers
at Schoenefeld, remain buried for safety reasons, occasionally
hidden bunkers come out of hiding as a result of nature's fury.
A few years ago, three Nazi bunkers that had been
hidden for many years on a beach on the coast of Denmark were
uncovered after a series of storms washed away the sand that
had been covering them. Amazingly, the bunkers were found to
be in almost the same condition as they were when Nazi soldiers
abandoned them. Among the artifacts found in the bunkers were
a tobacco pipe with tobacco still in it and a half full bottle
of Schnapps liquor.
The formerly hidden bunkers were first discovered
by a couple of boys vacationing with their parents. Local authorities
informed a group of archaeologists who were able to enter the
bunkers and recover a variety of objects left behind by the
Nazi troops, which were taken to a museum to be examined and