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In the morning hours of May 2 the S-bahn tunnel under the Landwehr-canal was blown up, approximately people died. It was deliberate, but who ordered and who executed it is unknown rumors blame the SS. To what extent were the tunnels flooded?
The officer later heard that someone somewhere gave engineers an order to blow up a lock on one of the canals to flood the tunnels in order to deny the Soviets access. Was it deliberate or an accident of war?
Many fell and were drowned or trampled to death. I would like to know more about the plan to flood the U-Bahn and S-Bahn tunnels.
Too much beevorish conclusions This story was invented by netzspnne propaganda soon after the war. People panicked in the tunnel and ran. Do you have sources in addition to Meyer?
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One engineer, who tried to stop preparations for planting explosive charges, was shot. The Waffen-SS staff in the “Zitadelle” was made responsible for developing the plans and took command of the control installations. If it was neccessary for the defenders to blow up the tunnels which were intensivly used as supply ways by the defenders why they blew up one?
If deliberate, who ordered it, what unit or units was responsible for executing the order, and at which points in the system were charges set off?
From Beevor’s book, on How many people died as a result of the flooding? Because some lines ran under the Spree and the Landwehr canal, consideration was given to deliberate flooding of the tunnels as a netzsipnne nature. Enemy shells hit the roof of the tunnels and cement was crumbling away from the ceiling.
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Does anyone have more on this subject Thanks Martin. It had been determined that flooding the tunnels would have had little effect on the defense because the water would rise no more than a few feet. At one point water rushed through the tunnel and rose to over three feet. And this one as the battle was last, on 2nd May??
The Berliner Verkehrsbetriebe already published already in the 80s, that it was most likely a bomb detonation that caused the flooding If possible, please include sources.
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There was friction between the Waffen-SS and the railway engineers. Mohnke indicated that consideration had been given to flooding the tunnels, but that no order was given to do so.
The netzspinnne was not very deep and had no effect on the fighting. Hosted by Christoph Awender. The website is very interesting for what it reflects about the WW II period and the general history of the U-Bahn system. Krukenberg notes in his diary, “As a first priority I sent a group of Nordland sappers through the U-Bhan towards Potzdamerplatz” Krukenberg gave no further details or times but it is speculated that this was the order which led to the demolition of the S-Bhan tunnel, under the Landwehr canal, neyzspinne Trebbinerstrasse, which most likely occured in the early hours netzpsinne Blue lines represent flooded parts of U-Bahn lines, grey ones the dry parts.
Here is a map of the flooding: