The Dokumentation Obersalzberg welcomed its 200,000th visitor, namely Frau Ilona Bendix from Hamburg, vacationing with her husband in Bischofwiesen/Loipl.
The Dokumentation Obersalzberg welcomed its 150,000th visitor, namely Frau Waltraud Lehr from Rostock, vacationing with her husband in Schönau am Königssee.
The third revised and expanded edition of book "Die tödliche Utopie" appears. (Available only in German)
Together with the other Berchtesgaden museums the Dokumentation Obersalzberg participates in "International Museum Day" (Sunday, May 20, 2001).
The second edition of the accompanying book "Die tödliche Utopie" (total edition: 13,000) is out of print. The third revised and expanded edition appears at the end of April 2001.
The 1.5 millionth visitor surfed on the Web site pages of obersalzberg.de.
The Katholische Bildungswerk Berchtesgadener Land e.V. starts offering tours through the Dokumentation Obersalzberg on behalf of the Institute of Contemporary History, Munich - Berlin. To find out more look under the heading Information.
The Dokumentation Obersalzberg welcomed its 125,000th visitor, namely Herr Robert Kich from Landshut accompanied by Herr Alfred Jantzig (Further Training Institute of the Bavarian Police, Ainring).
The one millionth visitor surfed on the Web site pages of obersalzberg.de.
The Dokumentation Obersalzberg welcomed its 100,000th visitor, namely the married couple Brunhild und Werner Wimmer from Rheinsberg north of Berlin.
The Secretary-General of the Permanent Conference of the Ministers of Education in the Federal Republic of Germany give their approval to having the State Ministries of Education recommend to schools that the Dokumentation Obersalzberg be visited and the accompanying book "Die tödliche Utopie" be placed on school reading lists.