See also: Berghof (homonymy)
The Berghof was a residence of Adolf Hitler in the Obersalzberg, mountain of the Bavarian Alps close to Berchtesgaden. After Wolfsschanze, its general headquarter of the east, Berghof was the place where Hitler spent the most time during the war.
In 1927, it bought the Wachenfeld house where it spent the holidays already the previous years. After transformhaving transformed it, it invited his friends of the Nazi party to join it. Together, it dislodged the 400 inhabitants who were on the mountain, made enclose the ground of 10 km ² and the access prohibited some. When Hitler was named Chancelier of Reich, it made increase and assemble of a stage the residence. Berghof was surrounded of the buildings which occupied, amongst other things: Goering, Bormann, Goebbels, Keitel and Jodl.
Lancaster British bombarded Berchtesgaden, the April 25th 1945. The Berghof was touched, but was not demolished completely. In 1952, the German government made it demolish to avoid the pilgrimages of the partisans of the Third Reich. The place was retimbered, and it is a site of leisure today, with a golf and a hotel.
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