Adolf Hitler and Baldur von Schirach at the Reichsjugendtag in Potsdam on October 2nd.
(picture: Axmann, Hitlerjugend)
A reminder of KZ Oranienburg
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
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.
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.
An old postcard of the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz (picture: postcard)
Hermann Göring and Adolf Hitler at the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz
(picture: getty images)
Adolf Hitler at the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz in 1935 (pictures: alamy stock photo)
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