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Führerbunker VR

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A historically authentic, interactive documentary for VR and non-VR systems (Windows PC) about the horror of National Socialism and the last days of the Third Reich in the air raid shelters of the Berlin Reich Chancellery, known as the Führerbunker.

Responsible education, not mystification: The development of this project is in part funded by the German federal states of Lower Saxony and Bremen. It is created by NORD XR and will be released exclusively on TIME & HISTORY later in 2022 as a launch title of our upcoming interactive documentary series.

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Lead advisor on ‘Führerbunker VR’ is Sven Felix Kellerhoff, a historian, publicist and chief editor for contemporary and cultural history at WELT (a major German newspaper and news channel). In addition, he writes non-fiction mainly on contemporary German history (including The Führerbunker – Hitler’s last refuge).

He has been dealing with the ‘Führerbunker’ for around 20 years and was the first researcher to evaluate the construction files in the German Federal Archives (Staatsarchiv) and the GDR’s “Stasi protocols” on the 1973 inspection on the remnants of the bunker.

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The Absurdity of Totalitarian Regimes

Führerbunker VR is developed as a virtual memorial to the absurdity of totalitarian regimes. The project aims to help ensure that historical mistakes and the human catastrophes of the WW2 era are not forgotten.

The core idea behind this virtual museum is to make interesting, but destroyed or ‘hard-to-get-to’ places accessible to everyone without having to spend a lot of time, money or the need to travel. A user can simply download Führerbunker VR and experience it with a VR headset in the comfort of his home.

Quick Facts

CATEGORY: WORLD WAR II
RELEASE DATE: NOT YET AVAILABLE
DEVELOPER: NORD XR
PUBLISHER: TIME & HISTORY
PLATFORMS: PCVR
SCREEN MODES: VR & 2D SCREENS (HYBRID)
PRICE: $16.95

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"As Führerbunker VR is published by TIME & HISTORY, we'll post a neutral third-party quote here in the future."
TIME & HISTORY
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