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  • By " Rhenish Jugendburg ", he meant Drachenfels Castle at Busenberg in the Wasgau region of southwest Germany.
  • Between 1934 and 1945, it was used as a Hitler Youth centre ( a " Jugendburg " ).
  • Fascinated by Wyneken's ideas, the brothers, Robert and Karl Oelbermann, dreamt of the " Jugendburg " concept after the First World War.
  • From 1935 to 1943 there was also a schoolchildren's magazine with the title " Deutsche Jugendburg " ( " German Youth Castle " ), which was published by the National Socialist Teachers League.
  • Robert Oelbermann is considered to be the founder of the " Nerother Wandervogel-Federation for the Establishment of the Rhenish Youth Castle " ( " Nerother Wandervogel-Bund zur Errichtung der Rheinischen Jugendburg " ).
  • He also tried to found a new school or " Jugendburg " to serve his progressive educational project based on the concept of upbringing as the " Formation of People in the Sense of a Worldview " ( " Formung des Menschen im Sinne einer Weltanschauung " ).
  • Since 1959, it has housed a modern " Jugendburg " ( a youth meeting and training centre ) run by the " Verband Christlicher Pfadfinderinnen und Pfadfinder ", a Christian Romanesque " Dreikonchenkapelle " ( chapel ) is built into the 8 m-thick walls of the " Dicker Turm " ( " Thick Tower " ) in a cloverleaf shape.