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williehaywood
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Number of posts : 13
Cap Badge : catering corps
Places Served : Munster Iserlohn Berlin
Registration date : 2009-04-09

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PostSubject: BMH   BMH Icon_minitime24/5/2009, 22:52

Hello BMH ISERLOHN is on facebook , just look it up, the German Eagle can be seen, its somewhere in the Complex , also the Naffi ,and photos outside the way it is now, there is also a site you can see people on that have conection with the BMH thanks William
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Stephen Lock
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Stephen Lock

Number of posts : 937
Age : 65
Localisation : Calgary
Cap Badge : Pads Brat
Places Served : Father -- Canadian Army. Served Hemer, Soest, and Wetter
Registration date : 2007-12-28

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PostSubject: Re: BMH   BMH Icon_minitime26/5/2009, 19:44

williehaywood wrote:
Hello BMH ISERLOHN is on facebook , just look it up, the German Eagle can be seen, its somewhere in the Complex , also the Naffi ,and photos outside the way it is now, there is also a site you can see people on that have conection with the BMH thanks William

yes, the Reich's Eagle is on the pillars of the main gate, or what used to be the main gate. I was always fascinated by it, apart from the obvious symbology of it and the politics attached to that symbology, as it was a perfect example of the somewhat Deco style and the monumentalism so common with that regime (some of it quite good, most of it rather kitschy and overly grandiose).

The BMH site in Iserlohn is now a technical college with most of the original buildings still in use, which I am glad to see as so many of the old sites are demolished or have been allowed to go derelict.
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williehaywood
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Number of posts : 13
Cap Badge : catering corps
Places Served : Munster Iserlohn Berlin
Registration date : 2009-04-09

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PostSubject: Re: BMH   BMH Icon_minitime26/5/2009, 19:55

it was a great place to be my first posting in Germany
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pentaxpete
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Number of posts : 34
Age : 82
Localisation : Brentwood
Cap Badge : RAMC
Places Served : Millbank RAMC College, Royal Herbert Hosp Woolwich, BMH Munster, BMH Berlin, BMH Iserlohn
Registration date : 2017-01-17

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PostSubject: BMH Iserlohn Eagle   BMH Icon_minitime26/1/2017, 13:34

I will see if  can post my photo of the Eagle with the Swastika still apparent in 1958 when I was there working in the Path Lab ---
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