ng the small hamlet of Germany at the repopulation.

  • The main population are children
  • construction or repair of infrastructure; bridges, tunnels, canals.
  • Destruction was minimal compared to the large ghost cities,

Tubingen is in the Baden/Wurttemberg region of Germany, which was destroyed in WW2. Some places used the war as a cover story to explain preexisting destruction, other places used the war to destroy standing artifacts as they are currently erasing any evidence of the past.

Tubingen has come up twice recently in other reports, the name is a mark. Dr Voronoff of the monkey testicle implants is one, the other is around here somewhere, if you click that magnifying glass in the corner it will tell you.

I first came into this town bc of the pedagogical (teaching teachers how to teach) agent Scherr, him and his brother opened a deaf school here.

The town is connected to a building collapse the next town over, All the people in charge were from prominent university in Tubengin. Yje manner in which it collapsed is worthy of commentary by itself. Olde world structures were raised off their foundations by 1.8 meters.


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Terraced mountains. Its a large logical operation to step all those mountains with stone walls. Not to mention all time and energy it takes to maintain the gardens. Most are vineyards. The popular narrative doesnt acknowledge the European terraces that extend from one end of the continent to the other. Its the mountain range thats the coomon thread. The alps go through the whole landmass.
This destruction appears to be from neglect, not construction or conflict
One of the first places in Deutschland with ‘modern’ electricity

All of my captions were erased. It shows the repair of terraced mountains and canal walls and the train tinnels… The infrastructure. It was repopulated by women and children. The only men are in uniform..

When looking at old buildings its curious to see different periods of construction of the course of history but they seem to be backward with the older section on top and new construction on the bottom. You’d think the existing part would stay in-situ and new levels built on top. Then I found this case which shows how the procedure is accomplished.

Below are a few copy and pasted clippings about the incident but a brief summary is that a new construction technique was devised and used regularly with a good degree of success until one day they were raising a dining hall and supports gave way. The building collapsed and killed and wounded over 150 people.

Aside from the photographic evidence the things that stand out that suggest it was planned is the media coverage; the raising event was covered all over the region. The hall was not evacuated during construction, in fact they had a big party and crowded the upper portion of the hall with dancing.

This was officially the start of a new trend in something that would become “Disaster tourism” thousands and thousands of people flocked to the area the next day to view the rubble pile. The funeral was attended by thousands more. The contractor that was responsible had a mock trial and sentenced to 6 months which he never completed bc he suddenly got sick and died.

The regional authority figure was a Hofmann

This was not the first or the last time such an event was to occur but it was by far the most popular.

Rückgauer used a system that had been developed in the USA, the whole city of Chicago is said to have been raised 2-3 meters.

Multiple sources bring up the Titanic

The Hirsch disaster occurred when the “Hirsch” inn in Nagold , Württemberg , collapsed on April 5, 1906 when an attempt was made to raise the building. More than 50 people died and another 100 people were injured, some seriously.

The large number of victims results from the fact that during the work there was no ban on access to the building or the immediate vicinity for the many onlookers, some of whom spontaneously helped to operate the winches. Many of the later dead were during the raising at a celebration in the restaurant on the first floor or the floor above to be raised with the building.

The manager of the project, the building contractor Erasmus Rückgauer , who had already successfully lifted around 80 houses with the method he had developed (in another building collapse), survived with minor injuries and was later sentenced to several months in prison for his numerous failures However, due to a serious illness and his death soon after, he was no longer able to compete.

The inn was built in 1852 after the previous building had fallen victim to the Nagold inner-city fire on the night of September 23, 1850. It stood on the property on the corner of Hirschstraße and Marktstraße opposite the town hall . In 1868 it was extended by an annex, so that in 1906 it was about 24 meters long, 11.25 meters wide and weighed 650 tons. The building had a basement , two full floors and a knee wall . The lower floor was bricked from sandstone blocks , the rest of the house consisted of bricked and plastered timber frame . The entrance was on the side facing Marktstrasse. The ground floor contained a coach houseand wooden stables. Two economic rooms as well as the kitchen and a private apartment were on the first floor, on the second floor there was a larger hall as well as economic and guest rooms. The house was decorated with a plastic depiction of a deer as an inn sign.

However, as later investigations revealed, the inn was not in a “salvageable condition”. In addition, the spontaneous participation of 20 to 30 members of the gymnastics club, the Liederkranz and other people led to the building being raised unevenly. At last count, around 100 people were working on the winches.