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Risked his Freedom to photograph nazi site

Risked his Freedom to photograph nazi site

In 1986, the East German was making a site ready for new apartment blocks in Berlin. But there was so much rubble and concrete in the earth that the construction workers had to demolish some to me unknown underground buildings.

Apparently, the concrete masses was a part of the Führers former bunker and an air raid shelter.

These underground was then secretly photographed by Robert Conrad risking his freedom doing it.

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