On December 2, 1932 Hitler spoke at the Nollendorfer Hof.
An old impression of the Kolonialheim
An old postcard with a picture of the Schießhaus on it
The Schießhaus before the renovation
The Schießhaus on the inside
The Schießhaus after the renovation (picture: weimar-thueringer-allgemeine.de)
Carin from Germany helped finding the locations of the Schießhaus, the Vereinslokal Erholung and the Kolonialheim. Thanks!
Vereinslokal Erholung today
Speech at the Marktplatz (33)
Today: Still there
On March 6, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Marktplatz in Weimar. On January 15, 1933 Hitler spoke on the Marktplatz to about 10.000 people.
An old picture of the Marktplatz
The Marktplatz today
Left: the old Weimarhalle Right: the new hall
On January 16, 1933 Hitler spoke in Weimar at a gathering of Gauleiter.
Adolf Hitler somewhere in Thüringen. Exact location unknown.
On November 6, 1938 Hitler was in Weimar for the Gautag of the Thüringischen NSDAP.
Weimarer Schloß (39)
Location: Burgplatz 2
Today: Still there, partly turned into a museum.
Hitler was present at the Erinnerungsfeier of the first Parteitag on July 3, 4 and 5, 1936. On July 3 he held a speech at the Weimarer Schloß.
The Weimarer Schloß
The Wimaria-Stadion today
Location: Frauenplan 1
Today: Still there as a museum
On one of his visites to Weimar Hitler went to see the Goethehaus.
The Goethehaus in Weimar
(picture: Markv, wikipedia)
Location: Schillerstrasse 14
On one of his visites to Weimar Hitler went to see the Schillerhaus.
The Schillerhaus (picture: wikipedia, Andreas Trepte, www.photo-natur.de)
Schloßpark Tiefurt (41)
Location: Park at the end of the Hauptstrasse in Tiefurt, Weimar
Today: Still there
On July 5, 1936 Hitler spoke at the Schloßpark Tiefurt in Weimar for 50.000 people.
The Schloßpark Tiefurt
Both pictures: the Stadthalle after
the war. The picture on the right is the most recent one
The Fürstenhof today
Mitteldeutschen Kampfbahn (also called Dabelstädter Schanze) (10)
Location: Arnstädter Strasse
Today: Modernised. In 1948 the stadium was called the Georgij-Dimitrof-Stadion. In 1991 it was renamed. It’s called the Steigerwaldstadion now. The modern stadium is on the same location as the original one.
On June 26, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Mitteldeutschen Kampfbahn for about 120.000 people.
The Mitteldeutschen Kampfbahn
Like in all German states Hitler came to Thüringen a lot to do speeches during his po-litical campaignes. The Denkmal Kyffhäuser was in nazi times a mythical place that Hitler visited at least twice. Speculative is the information about Ohrdruf. The most important place related to Hitler in Thüringen is without a doubt the city of Weimar.