THE WINTERBERG WEBSITE. EXTRA 
www.RAFwinterberg.co.uk
A selection of pages devoted to the North German Gee Chain
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WINTERBERG PHOTO ALBUM 1
WINTERBERG PHOTO ALBUM 2
'EXTRA PAGES'
IBURG
NORDHORN
UCHTE
LOOKING FOR
LETTERS
NEWS
STORIES
FULL EMAIL LIST
NATIONAL SERVICE
REFEXIONS ON A CHAIN
POEMS
HISTORY OF CHAIN
JOHN DEVEY'S DIARY
IN MEMORIUM
1999 REUNION WINTERBERG
1999 REUNION PHOTOS
2000 REUNION.
RONS PHOTO ALBUM
THE YANKS

Winterberg was also host to USAF airmen who occupied their own camp and technical site.

This page is dedicated to those men and we would be pleased to receive material we can publish



 
FROM ARCHIE

I just came across this item on the internet as I was searching for information about winterberg, Germany.  I was stationed  at Winterberg with the United States Air Force at what we called OL 9 from 1959-1961 when the U.S.A. closed the radio relay site we operated at the Astenturm.  We lived in what was called the Beacon Haus, there was six US Air Force.  The Beacon Haus was just down the street from the Dew Drop Inn, which was operated by NAAFI.
 
Not far from the Beacon Haus was the RAF Station.
 
I have been back to Winterberg many times and find I miss the old days when the cows went out to pasture.
 
I would appreciate any and all information you might have about people that might remember the Milk Bar, Haus Hildegard, and the Stadtshenke.
 
Archie Martinez, USAF Retired
Winterberg, Germany 1959-1961

 

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