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While some demolitions were made along the railway, there was no implementation of the new plans in the war.
A circular ribbon window and a lantern was to illuminate the giant cupola.
Hitler very specifically wanted a distinction between the Munich Central Station as a “monument of our century’s technology” in contrast to the Halle des Volkes in Berlin, designed by Albert Speer as a massive dome.
In Munich, the broad-gauge tracks of Berlin-Munich and Paris-Wien been linked.
In the summer timetable of 1939, the station had 112 arrivals and departures of regularly operated trains per day.
The Nazi Party had used a very similar symbol for itself, called the Parteiadler ("Party eagle").