Third Reich mural at Rammelsberg Mine, Goslar, dated 1939.
Rammelsberg Mine, renovated by the Third Reich in 1939.
View from the bell tower towards the Imperial Palace of Goslar, built by Emperor Wilhelm I, 1879, (not very old).
Runenhauser, 1510, some as early as 15th Century, (not as old as what Colonel Wiligut thought.)
Goslar town square. I will be writing about the true meaning of the “Krodo Altar” in Part II of Third Reich Pilgrim. This is a Protestant Krodo Altar here and it is older then the pseudo bronze altar in the Palace museum.
Statue of Emperor Barbarossa, Palace grounds.
The Awakening of Emperor Barbarossa mural in the Great Hall of the Imperial Palace of Goslar (by Hermann Wislicenus)
Charles the Great, or Kaiser Karl, or Charlemagne and Saint Boniface, his alt-ego, of the Wood Choppers Guild, with the felling of the Irminsul, which is the felling of trees and the damning of the water springs.
Ziobots learning about “his-story”
The town of Goslar extends a warm welcome to the Third Reich Pilgrim.