The site of the Berlin bunker where Hitler committed suicide has been marked with a sign for the first time. Berlin Underworlds, which organizes tours of World War II bomb shelters, said its sign, along with a display in German and English of the bunker's layout, had the support of city officials. In the past Berlin had resisted indicating the exact location of the so-called Führerbunker for fear that it could become a shrine for Neo-Nazis.

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