Beelitz Heilstätten today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017) BEELITZ Hitler at Beelitz, Hitler is in the back row. He’s the second man from the right.  (picture: source unknown) A drawing of Beelitz Heilstätten  (picture: schatzfindernet) Caputh BERNAU Here the former Reichsführerschule was located.  (picture: wikipedia) This picture is said to show Hitler at the Reichsführerschule of Bernau in 1933. (picture: unknown) Altstädter Schützenplatz (3) Location: Unknown Hitler spoke to about 19.000 people at the Altstädter Schützenplatz in Brandenburg on July 27, 1932. Brandenburg an der Havel Rathenau - Rathenow Hitler in the area of the Spreewald (picture: Heinrich Hoffmann) Spreewald Lübbenau (Spreewald) (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2015) Zossen today  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

WÜNSDORF

Goebbels Bogensee villa after the war, still in its original state. The text above the entrance is ‘1939, Waldhof am Bogensee’. The text and the colour of the house changed over the years. (picture: Deutsche Fotothek) A rare picture of Goebbels at his Bogensee villa. His children greet him at the entrance.   (picture: copyright unknown) The inside of the house was redecorated in DDR-times.  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2015) In 1950, right next to the Goebbels villa, the large buildings of an institute for education of DDR-youth were built.  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2015) Lanke am Bogensee The right side and the back of the house. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2015) The entrance in 2017, the text above it has returned.  (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The left side and the front of the house. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2015) The backside of the house in 2017 (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The right wing of the house (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) There’s a large hall in the back of the villa, right behind the entrance. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Across the path in front of the villa a bunker was made for Goebbels.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The stadium in the 30’s (pictures: copyright unknown) The stadium today (picture: wikipedia) The stadium today (picture: wikipedia) Adolf Hitler at the stadium (picture: Fotopolska) Frankfurt am Oder (Germany) Slubice (Poland) Schützenwiese (11) Location: Probably near the Schützenhaus. Exact location unknown. On May 31, 1931 Hitler held three speeches in Frankfurt/Oder. One of them took place at the Schützenwiese. Hitler spoke to about 16.000 people.

Schützenhaus (11)

Location: Slubice, corner Kosciuszki and Aleja Niepodleglosci

Today: Still there, used as a church

On January 22, 1933 Hitler spoke at the Schützenhaussaal for 1.800 people.

The Schützenhaus has become a church

Left: Hitler in the stables of the Garnison Centre: the Hindenburg Kaserne in 1935 Right: the same Kaserne today

Speech for the Jagd-squadron Richthofen (6)

Location: Truppenübungsplatz Döberitz/Fliegerschüle Döberitz, east of the Berliner Ring, south of the B5 and the Olympic Village 1936, directly east of the Berliner Chaussee and An Der Breiten Wiese

Today: Döberitzer Heide (nature park). A lot of things remain, like an obelisk of Kaiser Wilhelm II and old barracks on the northeast-side of the area. The Red Army used Döberitz from 1947-1991.

During the times of National Socialism this army ground became one of the largest places where pilots of the Wehrmacht were educated. The Kasernen are a part of the old Truppenübungsplatz Döberitz. Hitler was here on March 28, 1935. He held a speech for the Jagdgeschwader (squadron) Richthofen.





Another postcard of the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz (picture: source unknown)

An old postcard of the Truppen-Übungsplatz Döbertitz

(picture: source unknown)

An entrance of the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz with a nazi flag in top.

(picture: source unknown)

After WW2 the Döbertitz training grounds were untill 1991/’92 used by the Red Army. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Göring’s He-45 biplanes ready for take-off on the flightline at Döberitz

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Hitler at Döberitz in 1935 (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The Döberitz training grounds today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Adolf Hitler at the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz in 1935 (pictures: alamy stock photo)

Hermann Göring and Adolf Hitler at the Fliegerschüle (picture: getty images)

The Döberitz training grounds today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Dallgow-Döberitz

Inside one of the buildings on the Döberitz training grounds

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Some wellknown Hitlerlocations are in Brandenburg, for instance in Potsdam, Lanke am Bogensee (where Goebbels had a house) and Shorfheide (where Görings Carinhall was). Berlin lies in  the centre of Brandenburg, but the city is a state of its own, so it is not a part of the state of Brandenburg.       

1. Beelitz, Heilstätten 2. Bernau, Reichsführerschule 3. Brandenburg an der Havel, Schützenplatz 4. Caputh, Goebbels house 5. Cottbus, Rennbahn 6. Dallgow-Döberitz, Truppenübungsplatz 7. Eberswalde, Smersh-compound 8. Eberswalde, Stadion

9. Kämfende Amazone 10. Slubice, Ostmark-stadiooon 11. Slubice, Schützenhaussaal

11a. Frankfurt am Oder, Hindenburg-Kaserne 12. Fürstenberg an der Havel 13. Harnekop, Schloß Harnekop 14. Jüterbog, Truppenübungsplatz  14a. Kummersdorf Experimental Station 15. Lanke am Bogensee 16. Neuruppin, Schützenplatz 17. KZ Oranienburg 18. Potsdam, Garnisonkirche

19. Potsdam, Schloß Cecilienhof 20. Potsdam, Sanssouci 21. Potsdam, Stadion Luftschiffhafen 21a. UFA Film Studios 22. Rathenau, Smersh compound 23. Schorfheide, Carinhall

24. Spreewald 26. Zossen

BRANDENBURG

Grotere kaart weergeven
Eberswalde The small stadium of Eberswalde (picture: copyright unknown) Stills from the movie of Hitler’s speech in Eberswalde in 1932 (pictures: movie on YouTube) Carinhall before it was ruïned (pictures: copyrights unknown) The Kämfende Amazone in Eberswalde used to be at Carinhall estate. (Pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

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Göring watched the coffin of Carin being put on a truck that took it to Carinhall. (picture: copyright unknown) The station still exists, but the shed and the archway are not longer there. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The same view today. The policecar is located where the soldiers next tot the truck (right side, in front) were standing. They were members of the Landespolizei gen. Göring.   (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Göring in front of the station  (picture: personal photo-albums Göring) The guards on the station square (picture: personal photo-albums Göring) The motorcade is about to leave the station area. (picture: personal photo-albums Göring) The truck and the following motorcycles and cars are leaving the station square. They’re taking a turn to get to the railwaybridge next to the staion. (picture: personal photo-albums Göring) The railwaybridge changed over the years. On this picture parts of the old bridge are still there.  (picture: copyright unknown) The bridge has been renovated. The steel construction was removed. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Carin’s coffin and the following motorcade is crossing the railwaybridge. Notice the steel construction on the bridge. (picture: personal photo-albums Göring) An old picture of the Eberswalde station. Notice the shed on the right of the station, the archway in between and the original bridge on the right side of the picture. (picture: Sammlung Mauruszat/Bahnstrecken.de) The coffin was taken through the archway on the rightside of the station. (pictures: copyright unknown)

The front- and backside of the Eberswalde Hauptbahnhof today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Fürstenberg an der Havel This picture is said to have been taken at the Station in Kümmersdorf in 1939. Hitler was looking at a rocket test. (picture: V2rocket.com) Kümmersdorf-Gut (near Schönefeld)

An old picture of the Babelsberg Studios

(picture: geheugenvannederland.nl)

Inside Babelsberg Studios in 1930

(picture: geheugenvannederland.nl)

The studio grounds in 1928

(picture: copyrights unknown)


The anti semitic movie Jud Süß was made at the Babelsberg Studios

(picture: unknown)



Adolf Hitler and Josef Goebbels at the Babelsberg Studios on January 15, 1935

(picture: wikipedia)



Lida Baarova, Gustav Frölich and Josef Goebbels at a party at the end of the Olympic Games of 1936

(picture: copyrights unknown)


Hitler and Hindenburg near the church on the day of Potsdam (picture: 21-03-1933) A painting of the church made in the 19th century  (picture: copyrights unknown) Hitler in front of the church on the day of Potsdam (picture: wikipedia, Bundesarchiv, 21-03-1933 ) Hitler speaks  inside the church on the day of Potsdam (picture: wikipedia, Bundesarchiv, 21-03-1933) Potsdam

Schloß Cecilienhof in Potsdam

Park Sanssouci (20) Location: Maulbeerallee, Park Sans Souci Today: Still there Hitler and Mussolini visited the park on September 28, 1937. The castle Sans Souci  (picture: the Hiterpages, 2017)

The stadium today

(picture: www.stadionbesuch.de)

The Luftschiffhafen stadium was overcrowded.


Adolf Hitler and Baldur von Schirach at the Reichsjugendtag in Potsdam on October 2nd.

(picture: Axmann, Hitlerjugend)

A visualisation of the church  (picture: Potsdam.Damals-Heute.de) The new castle (picture: copyrights unknown) The castle Sans Souci  (picture: the Hiterpages, 2017) Schützenplatz (16) Location: location Schützenplatz unknown On April 22, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Schützenplatz of Neuruppin. 76.000 people came to listen to him. Neuruppin Oranienburg

A reminder of KZ Oranienburg

(picture: wikipedia)

The location of the fake Carinhall today. Some remains can still be found. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017) KLEINER MELITZSEE (near Ahlimbsmühle) There was an airfield near Ahlimbsmühle that was used by Göring.This is a picture of what might be its location. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Jagdschloss Location: Schlossstrasse 6, Schorfheide The museum Jagdschloss has some interesting objects of Göring’s Carinhall. It’s nearby Carinhall, so it is worth a visit. Gross schönebeck

The museum has models of Carinhall. The left one is Carinhall as it was at first, the one on the right is Carinhall after at least two enlargements. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The museum has several sculptures from Carinhall. This is Arno Breker’s ‘Schreitende’.

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

This is one of the original columns of Carinhall’s reception hall.  

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The remains of some wagons are at the museum.  

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

Göring playing with his model trains at Carinhall.  

(picture: Görings Reich, 2006)

Göring showing off with his model trains at Carinhall.  

(picture: Görings Reich, 2006)

A postcard of the Olympic Village. The village used to belong to Döberitz but due to a municipal reorganization it’s part of Wustermark now.  (picture: copyright unknown) WUSTERMARK Rudolf Hess visists the Olympic Village. (picture: Bundesarchiv) Planning the village  (picture: Bundesarchiv) Adolf Hitler enters the village. The entrance building was torn down by the Russians. (picture: source unkown) An impression of the village of today (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Harnekop Left: an old drawing of the Schloß (picture: copyright unknown) Above: Hitler at Harnekop castle (picture: Walter Frentz, March 3, 1945) A postcard of the Adolf Hitler Lager in Jüterbog  (picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht) The entrance of the Lager in 1938 (picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht) The Adolf Hitler Lager near Jüterbog in 1937 (picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht) Jüterbog