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Berlin-Marienfelde is a local part in the district Tempelhof beautiful mountain of Berlin, in the south of the city. Between Berlin Marienfelde and Zossen between 1901 and 1904 different high-speed travel attempts with electrical locomotives and motor coaches were accomplished. These vehicles were propelled with three-phase alternating current by 15kV and variable frequency. The current feed was made by three overhead lines arranged one above the other. Speeds of up to 210.8 kilometers per hour were reached. Toward end 2. World war in Berlin Marienfelde the static inverter station for the first plant was established for high voltage direct current transmission (Elbe-Project), which did not go however to no more into enterprise. The local part is also admits for its emergency photograph camp, in which between 1953 and 1989 hundredthousand East German on their escape to the west were taken up and supplied. Today the former emergency photograph camp serves as home for late repatriates. The Elbe-project was the name of the first commercial static high voltage direct current transmission system in the world, based on mercury arc rectifiers. ...


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Marienfelde, 1973-1976. An ex-airman remembers. Part 1. (9426 words)
Three years later, when I left Marienfelde, the badge was turned in and destroyed, but I got to keep the photo as a souvenir; I have kept it to this day, inserted in my 1973 diary next to May 3rd.
After turning left onto Marienfelder Allee it was only a short distance to a lonely rural street on the left, called Diedersdorfer Weg, which ran past a few lonely-looking brick buildings until it turned right, heading due south through the empty fields that surrounded the site.
Marienfelde, they said, was one of several targets for terrorist attacks, and we were being put on a higher level of alert.
Marienfelde, 1973-1976. An ex-airman remembers. Part 1. (9426 words)
Three years later, when I left Marienfelde, the badge was turned in and destroyed, but I got to keep the photo as a souvenir; I have kept it to this day, inserted in my 1973 diary next to May 3rd.
After turning left onto Marienfelder Allee it was only a short distance to a lonely rural street on the left, called Diedersdorfer Weg, which ran past a few lonely-looking brick buildings until it turned right, heading due south through the empty fields that surrounded the site.
Marienfelde, they said, was one of several targets for terrorist attacks, and we were being put on a higher level of alert.
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