Groups of Hitler and Hugenberg followers in Bad Harzburg, 1931 Hitler in Bad Harzburg BAD HARZBURG Two postcards of the old  Kurhaus in Bad Harzburg The Kurpark in Bad Harzburg is still there. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Hitler in Harzburg The house on Herzog-Julius-Strasse 48 (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) The location where Hitler was standing (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

The Harzburger Front in 1931

The Weserstadion in 1928 Veranstaltungszentrum Casino (12) Location: Not sure, but it is probably the casino on the Böttcherstrasse in the old city centre. Today: Still there On November 28, 1930 Hitler was in Bremen, where he held a speech in a place called Casino. The shipyard of AG Weser The Scharnhorst BREMEN (KREISFREIE STADT) An old picture of the Markthalle (picture: Markthalle (17) Location: Not sure about the exact location, but there is a parkinglot called ‘Alte Markthalle’, near the Marktstrasse. On October 28, 1932 Hitler spoke inside the Markthalle in Bremervörde to about 20.000 people. BREMERVÖRDE

Speech when the ship the Passagiersschiff Scharnhornst was taken into service (16)

Location: Somewhere in Bremerhaven, exact location unknown.

On May 4, 1935 Hitler held a speech when the Ostasiendampfer Scharnhorst was taken into service.


Cloppenburger Markthalle - Viehhalle (19) Location: Unknown, probably on the Marktplatz. Hitler spoke in Cloppenburg two times, on the 14th of May, 1931 and on May 26, 1932. Hitler leaves the Markthalle  (both pictures) CLOPPENBURG


Speech for the crew of the Dampfer New York (20)

Location: The harbour of Cuxhaven is between the Meyerstraße and the sea. Location of the speech unknown.

Today: The harbour is still there.

Hitler held a speech for Kommodore Kruse and the men of the ship Dampfer New York on December 24, 1934.

The New York in Bremen

(picture: postcard)

Dom (6) Location: Domplatz Today: Still there On July 17, 1935 Hitler was in Braunschweig again to look at the excavations inside the Dom. Research was being done after the remains of Heinrich der Löwen. It was the last time Hitler was in Braunschweig. The church after it became a  symbol of national socialism The Braunschweig Dom today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2011) The entrance to the so called Gruft, inside the Dom Tombes in the Gruft of the church The same view today  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) The tombe of Heinrich der Löwe and Mathilde von England  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

Hitler in 1935 inside the Dom at the grave of Heinrich der Löwe, looking at the remains

(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

Inside of the Konzerthaus The building today (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) A picture of demonstrations in Braunschweig The speakers platform of the SA-Feld on the Franzsche Feld in Braunschweig  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Hitler on his way to Braunschweig The SA-Feld or das Franzsche Feld in Braunschweig  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) View from the speakers platform upon the Franzsche Feld. Through the trees the sporting fields are visible. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) BRAUNSCHWEIG Gaststätte Zum Hofjäger (8) Location: Somewhere on the Wolfenbütteler Straße Today: Unknown On December 11, 1930 Hitler held two speeches in Braunschweig. One of them took place at the Hofjäger. An old postcard of the Hofjäger Hitler at the funeral of Karl Dincklage (picture: Hitler stood in front of the main entrance of the Hauptkapelle of the cemetery. The location hasn’t changed much over the years.   (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) The Hauptkapelle of the cemetery today (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Keglerheim Location: Not sure, could be near the Kleinen Exerzieplatz, where the Kant-Hoch-Schule of the TU Braunschweig is (on the Rebenring). On November 4, 1925 Hitler did three speeches in Braunschweig. One of them took place at the Keglerheim. Hotel Sächsischer Hof Location: Unknown On November 4, 1925 Hitler did three speeches in Braunschweig. The last one took place at the hotel Sächsischer Hof. Stadthalle Location: Unknown; the new Stadthalle was built years after the war ended. On October 18, 1931 Hitler held two speeches in Braunschweig. One at the Franszen Feld (SA-Feld) and one at the Stadthalle.

Eintracht-Stadion (10)

Location: Hamburger Strasse 210

Today: Still there, but renovated.

On July 21, 1932 Hitler spoke to 70.000 people here.

Siedlung Lehndorf Location: Neighbourhood around the Neunkirchener Strasse Today: Still there Adolf Hitler visited the Lehndorf Siedlung once, probably in 1936.

Hitler at Lehndorf

(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

Hitler in front of the Braunschweiger Schloß in february 1931 (pictures: Bundesarchiv) Hitler and the statue of Friedrich Wilhelm in front of the Braunschweiger Schloß in february 1931 (picture: Bundesarchiv) Harmsche Hallen (4) Location: Unknown Hitler spoke to 20.000 people at the Harmsche Hallen on May 27, 1932. BAD ZWISCHENAHN AURICH Hitler at the Reichsbauerntages in Goslar in 1935  (picture:

The Kaiserpfalz today

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

The exact same location today  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Kaiserpfalz (23) Location: Between the Claustahlerstraße and the Liebfrauenberg/Kaiserbleek. Hitler was in Goslar every time when the Erntedanktag took place. A picture shows him in front of the Kaiserpfalz in 1935. GOSLAR

A picture of Goslar taken from the Kaiserpfalz hill

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

JEVER Reithalle (27) Location: Unknown Hitler spoke at the Reithalle in Jever on May 12, 1931, on occasion of the ‘Landtagswahl’ on May 13 in Oldenburg.

Adolf Hitler during a speech in Jever in 1931

(pictures: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

LÜNEBURG MTV-Platz (28) Location: Along the Uelzener Strasse On July 20, 1932 Hitler spoke to 30.000 people that had gathered at the MTV-Platz.

Hitler drives through Mahlerten (29)

Exact location: Unknown

When Hitler drove to the Bückeberg for the Erntedanktag he drove through Mahlerten. Pictures show a cheering crowd. The picture below is from 1935. In 1933 Hitler flew to Hannover and drove from there to the Bückeberg in an open car.


 Crowds are cheering when Hitler's car drives through Mahlerten in 1935.  (picture: Hoffmann, Stabi München,

The Rennplatz in Oldensburg in 1920

Houses are built on the grounds of the former Rennplatz.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The graveyard near the Rennplatz (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

An old map of the Rennplatz


Hitler in Oldenburg. Behind him is the Kaserne/Landesbibliothek. The Kaserne on the Pferdemarkt in 1905 (picture:

On the right side of the entrance of the Landesbibliothek is a tree with behind it the typical small extension of the building that is also seen in the back of the picture of the Hitler speech. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The left side of the building

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The Ziegelhof in 1945 Inside the Ziegelhof in 1914 The Ziegelhof today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012) OLDENBURG

Ball & Konzerthaus Astoria in 1926


Inside the Astoria, 1937


The Astoria in 1958


The Astoria burned down in 1991.


In the remaining part of the building a Rock-Café was located.


Today there is nothing left of the Astoria. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Old picture of Osnabrück with the old Stadthalle in the background (picture: wikipedia) Sportplatz Klushügel (35) Location: Humboldtstraße 20 Today: Sportanlage Klushügel  Hitler held a speech here in the evening of July 24, 1932 for, according to different sources: 25.000 or 60.000 people. Sportanlage Klushügel today. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2016) The area where the airfield used to be. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2016) Gaststätte Lindenhof (33) Location: Lindenhofsgarten corner Nadorster Straße Today: The old Lindenhof still exists. In the garden a new building was made, called the ‘Lindenhofsgarten’. On November 2, 1930 Hitler held a speech at the Lindenhof.

The old Gaststätte Lindenhof, where Hitler held his speech in 1930


The building of the old Gaststätte is behind the red and white building. Only a small part of the former garden is still there.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Hitler in Oldenburg, visiting  Gauleiter Röver Visit to Gauleiter Röver Location: Unknown On at least one of the Hitler visits to Oldenburg, he visited the local partyleader Röver.

The entrance hall of the airport before the Second World War.

(picture: unknown)

The entrance of the Emmich-Cambrai-Kaserne today.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

The airport before the Second World War. (picture: unknown)

On old picture of the airport and its hangars. (picture: unknown)

A map of the airport. The road on the left of it is now called the Vahrenwalder Strasse. (map: unknown)

Adolf Hitler arrives at the airport, probably in 1933.

(picture: unknown)

Adolf Hitler at the airport. This picture was taken from a Heinrich Hoffmann propaganda album.

(picture: Heinrich Hoffmann)

Another picture of the old airfield

(picture: unknown)

The Kugelfangrift in Hannover. The building in the background of the black and white Hoffmann-picture must have been behind these buildings and bushes.(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

HANNOVER An old picture of the Stadthalle. (picture: unknown) The Stadthalle today.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016) Ausstellungshalle Location: Not sure, must have been near the Stadthalle. Maybe it’s the same hall. On January 26, 1929 Hitler held two speeches in Hannover. The second one took place in the so called Ausstellungshalle.

An impression of the Schützenplatz today

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

House of Gruppenführer Lutze Location: Unknown The picture below shows Hitler inside the house of Victor Lutze in Hannover. Where the house stood exactly, we don’t know.

Hitler watches two motorcycle infantrymen trying to clear a motorcycle from the thick mud.

(picture: unknown)  

The beach near Horumersiel. Here Adolf Hitler and Leny Riefenstahl met eachother. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The beach near Horumersiel, looking towards eastwards.  

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Hitler on a North Sea dike. Exact location unknown.

(picture: Heinrich Hoffmann)


The hotel after a renovation. The village had also changed.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Strandhotel ‘Zum schönen Aussicht’(pictures: postcards from different periodes)

Schützenhof (21) Location: Unknown. Hitler spoke in Delmenhorst on May 9, 1931 and on May 25, 1932. A postcard of the Schützenhof DELMENHORST The Kaiser-Wilhelm-Park in 1932 GÖTTINGEN

Hitler came to Niedersachsen long before the NSDAP took over Germany. In 1925 he held several speeches in Braunschweig. In 1931 he came to Bad Harzburg for a meeting of nationalist parties. Niedersachsen was important for the German Reich because of its harbours. In the thirties Hitler came to the Bückeberg almost every year because of the Harvest Festival that was there. Niedersachsen is also the state of Wolfsburg, the city of Volkswagen.   

1. Landwirtschaftlichen Halle, Aurich

2. Bad Harzburg 2a. Herzog-Julius-strasse 48, Bad Harzburg 3. Kurhaus, Bad Harzburg 4. Bad Zwischenahn 5. SA-Feld, Braunschweig 5a. Schloß, Braunschweig 6. Dom, Braunschweig

7. Konzerthaus, Braunschweig 8. Zum Hof jäger, Braunschweig 9. Hauptfriedhof, Braunschweig

10. Eintracht-Stadion, Braunschweig

11. Weserstadion, Bremen 12. Casino, Bremen

13. - 15. AG Weser, Bremen 16. Bremerhaven

17. Markthalle, Bremervörde 18. Bückeberg

19. Markthalle, Cloppenburg 20. Cuxhaven

21. Delmenhorst 22. Kaiser-Wilhelm-Park, Göttingen 23. Kaiserpfalz, Goslar 24. Stadthalle, Hannover 25. Ausstellungsgelände, Hannover

26. Schützenplatz, Hannover 26a. Strandhotel Horumersiel 26b. Beach Horumersiel 27. Jever

28. MTV-Platz, Lüneburg 29. Mahlerten

30. Ziegelhof, Oldenburg 31. Rennplatz Ohmstede, Oldenburg


Niedersachsen weergeven op een grotere kaart
Hitler climbing up the Bückeberg Admiring crowds try to touch their Führer A large crowd has gathered on the hill. In the back is the speakers platform on top of it. The path that went up is overgrown with grass, but the remains are still there. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Behind some houses on the edge of the village (on the corner of the Hastenbecker Weg and the Bückebergweg) runs a small unpaved path that leads to the Bückeberg. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) A view uphill today. The picture was taken from about the same location as the one above it.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Two more pictures of the Bückeberg today.  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2011) On top of the hill was the speakers platform where Hitler held his speeches. This picture was taken in 1937. (picture: LIFE magazine) Some remains of the foundations of the platform can be found back in the bushes on top of the hill.  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2011) BÜCKEBERG

32. Pferdermarkt, Oldenburg 33. Lindenhof, Oldenburg 34. Stadthalle, Osnabrück 35. Sportplatz Klushügel, Osnabrück 36. Rodenkirchen  37. Schützenhof, Wilhelmshaven 38. Rathaus, Wilhelms-haven 39. Garnisonskirche, Wilhelmshaven 40. Shipyard, Wilhelmshaven  40a. Kriegsmarinewerft, Wilhelmshaven 40b. Ehrenfriedhof, Wilhelmshaven 40c. Hauptbahnhof, Wilhelmshaven 41. Vieh-halle, Winsen an der Luhe 42. Schloß Wolfsburg 43. Volkswagen-Werke, Wolfsburg

44. Bahnhof, Varel


An old postcard of the Varel station

(picture: Sammlung Westerhoff)

The station is still there.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The track where Hitler's train stood.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)


Hitler talks to children from the area at the ‘Waldsee’.

(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

Hitler at the ‘Waldsee’. On the left is minister Hans Kerrl. Behind the trees is the lake.

(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

The man next to Hitler is minister Adolf Wagner.

(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)

RODENKIRCHEN Reithalle (the one in the middle) Location: Unknown On May 24, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Reithalle for 16.000 people. Hitler leaving the Garnisonkirche with a cross above his head. Inside the church (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The entrance of the church has changed. The fence with the cross is not longer there and the steps and window have also changed. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) A small fence inside the church (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) A grave for the unknown sailor (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The bench with the Tirpitz mark on it. The Tirpitz was one of the largest German battleships.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) All benches inside the church are marked with a sign of a German ship.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) KdF ship Robert Ley (40) Location: Unknown After a visit to Wilhelmshaven in 1938 Hitler got on board of the KdF cruise ship Robert Ley. Robert Ley himself was on the ship too. The cruise ship Robert Ley Hitler on the Robert Ley

Kreuzer Köln(40)

Location: The exact location of the speech is unknown.

Today: The ship itself was bombed in 1945 and dismantled in 1946.

On December 12, 1933 Hitler spoke to the crew of the Kreuzer Köln in Wilhelmshaven.

The Kreuzer Köln

(picture: www.marine-ab)

Rathaus (38) Location: Rathausplatz 1 Today: Still there. On April 1, 1939 Hitler visited the Rathaus of Wilhelmshaven. Hitler held a speech at the Rathausplatz. Hitler at the Rathaus of Wilhelmshaven on April 1, 1939 The Rathaus tower today (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) Hitler during his speech in front of the Rathaus in 1939 Hitler walking towards the speakers platform The speakers platform The Rathausplatz was made smaller. A new building blocks the spot where the speakers platform was. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The view towards the Rathaus today (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The Schützenhof bunker, the new building of the Schützenverein and the Schützenhof grounds.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

WILHELMSHAVEN Hitler visited Wilhelmshaven about 20 times. A lot of his visits had to do with the navy. Wilhelmshaven was an important navy harbor.

The Schützenhof

(picture: postcard)

Hitler at the docks April 1, 1939: Hitler is on board of this small ship Hitler was present when the Tirpitz was lifted from the docks of the Marinewerft on April 1, 1939. (pictures: LIFE magazine) The batteship Tirpitz The Marinewerft in Wilhelmshaven today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Ehrenfriedhof (42)

Location: Zum Ehrenfriedhof

Today: Still there.

On May 29, 1937 the battleship Deutschland was attacked during the Spanish civil war. 32 men died. They were buried in Gibraltar. On June 17, 1937 they were reburied on the Skagerrakfeld of the Ehrenfriedhof in Wilhelmshaven. Hitler was present there. Later the Deutschland was renamed Lützow, because of bad publicity in case of the possible loss of a ship called ‘Deutschland’.

The Ehrenfriedhof in Wilhelmshaven (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Hitler at the Ehrenfriedhof on June 17, 1937

Hitler leaves the cemetery after the ceremony for the sailors of the ‘Deutschland’.

The path to the bariel site today

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The same location. The balls on the wall are not longer there.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The remembrance site of the Tirpitz

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Adolf Hitler on the station of Wilhelmshaven

The Bahnhofstraße of Wilhelmshaven today

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The track near the Hauptbahnhof today

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012)




Two pictures of Hitler driven through Hannover. The exact location of the pictures is not clear.  (pictures: unknown) Visit of Alten Kämpfer Location: Brehmstrasse 17a Today: Not sure about the authenticity of the building On March 11, 1932 Adolf Hitler might have visited some old comrades from the early nazidays. It is said this was the address of the meeting.

A part of the barracks at the Welfenplatz (picture: wikipedia)

Adolf Hitler and Viktor Lutze, several years later (picture: unknown)

Franz Xaver Ritter von Epp

(picture: unknown)

This is not a picture of Adolf Hitler, but a picture of Franz Xaver Ritter von Epp on the Karl-Peters-Platz.

(picture: unknown, 1935)

The Karl-Peters-Denkmal. Below the map of Africa is the added warning against colonialism.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

The Karl-Peters-Platz was renamed Bertha-von-Suttner-Platz in 1994.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

On old postcard of the Karl-Peters-Platz.(picture: unknown)

The in 1988 newly added text says:

‘Dieses Denkmal wurde im Jahre 1935 von den Nationalsozialisten errichtet: Es stand für: Verherrlichung des Kolonialismus und des Herrenmesnchentums. Uns aber ist es eine Mahnung, der Charta der Menschenrechte entsprechend uns einzusetzen für die Gleichberechtigung aller Menschen, Völker und Rassen’.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)

The monument on the Von-Suttner-Platz. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2016)