Berlin to Sell Joseph Goebbels House : News Photo

Berlin to Sell Joseph Goebbels House

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BERLIN - FEBRUARY 05: Waldhof am Bogensee, the former weekend house of Nazi propaganda minister and close Adolph Hitler associate Joseph Goebbels, stands at Bogensee Lake February 5, 2007 north of Berlin, Germany. The house sits on the estate of a former East German, communist-era political training school, and the city of Berlin, which owns the entire property, has begun the process of selling the estate, including Goebbels' former house. The house, which includes a movie theatre, a ballroom with windows that can disappear mechanically into the ground, and a nearby bunker, was built for Goebbels in 1939. Goebbels used the house frequently to entertain guests, including the Czech actress Lida Baarova, with whom he a had a passionate affair until Hitler had her expelled. City officials hope to finalize the sale of the property by 2008. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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BERLIN - FEBRUARY 05: Waldhof am Bogensee, the former weekend house of Nazi propaganda minister and close Adolph Hitler associate Joseph Goebbels, stands at Bogensee Lake February 5, 2007 north of Berlin, Germany. The house sits on the estate of a former East German, communist-era political training school, and the city of Berlin, which owns the entire property, has begun the process of selling the estate, including Goebbels' former house. The house, which includes a movie theatre, a ballroom with windows that can disappear mechanically into the ground, and a nearby bunker, was built for Goebbels in 1939. Goebbels used the house frequently to entertain guests, including the Czech actress Lida Baarova, with whom he a had a passionate affair until Hitler had her expelled. City officials hope to finalize the sale of the property by 2008. (Photo by Sean Gallup/Getty Images)
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