To house the political leader of Holland, the Reichskommissar Seyss-Inquart, a huge bunker was build in the autumn of 1942. The two-storied bunker had 2.5m thick walls and a ceiling measuring 4m thick. A huge concrete construction in the shape of a roof was build on top of the bunker to camouflage it as good as possible. On top of the bunker two Flak positions were build. Around the bunker several Tobruks were built and a double 645 kitchen bunker was build against the Seyss bunker. The bunker is still in use by the army and can only be visited with special permission.
Perhaps with more historical value, the German build barracks, now the Juliana casern. Bunker and barracks are in danger of being demolished.(2011)