Neu Tramm is a district of the town of Dannenberg (Elbe) in the Lüchow-Dannenberg district in Lower Saxony . It mainly consists of the former Neu Tramm barracks, which were built in the Rundlingsdorf style . Other subordinate buildings are a former factory and some residential buildings.
Neu Tramm is about five kilometers south of the Dannenberg city center and one kilometer west of the B 248 not far from the village of Tramm . Other buildings in the district are located on a factory site immediately adjacent to the entrance area of the barracks, which has been used by a cultural association since 1999 and was bought by the same in 2016. To the east of the Neu Tramm barracks there is a war cemetery where six Soviet prisoners of war are buried. In Neu Tramm there are also two terraced houses originally built after the Second World War for officers and non-commissioned officers of the barracks with a total of eight residential units.
After the barracks were closed in 1994, Neu Tramm became a district of Dannenberg. The barracks were built in 1939. In 1941 units of the air force of the Wehrmacht were stationed and in 1944 V1 assembled. After the Second World War , the property was used by the Federal Border Police and the Bundeswehr . This was where the soldiers who served on the reconnaissance tower on the Thurauer Berg were housed .
- Jochen Tarrach: A breath of 1000 years. Köhring-Verlag, Lüchow 1988, ISBN 3-926322-07-1 .
- Planning Association Neu Tramm
- Fire Brigade Museum Neu Tramm
- New Tramm. Sham village full of secrets. 1938-2006.
- Photos from Neu-Tramm on wendland-archiv.de