This place gets a lot into perspective. It was obviously a huge undertaking, built by virtual slave labourers of the Todt Organisation who lived in squalid conditions and survived on starvation rations. The hospital complex is huge and could house up to 800 patients. It was actually used to treat German wounded from the Allied invasion of Normandy. The place has an eerie feel about it and it is easy to imagine it during its use as a hospital. Very thought-provoking. I will say no more than that!
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