Hitler spoke in the Schmeroldkeller three times. The first time was on August 7, 1922. He spend the night at the Altdeutsche Bierstube. The day after he visted Franz Stockbauer, the owner of the Löwenbrauerei. On June 17, 1923 Hitler was at the Schmeroldkeller again. During his last visit to Passau, on October 27, 1928 Hitler also attended a meeting in the Schmeroldkeller.
When Hitler spoke in the Schmeroldkeller on August 7, 1922, he spend the night at the Altdeutsche Bierstube, a location where young national-socialists used to hang out.
Omnibus Hotel/Gasthaus Omnibus
Location: Near the station. Exact location unknown.
During his last visit to Passau, on October 27, 1928 Hitler attended a meeting in the Schmeroldkeller. He also held a speech at the Gasthaus Omnibus.
Location: Auerspergstrasse 2
Today: Still there
On June 17, 1923 Hitler spoke at the Peschlkeller in Passau.
Hitlers home (1)
Location: Theresienstrasse 23
Hitlers family lived in the Theresienstrasse untill May 1, 1893, when they moved to the Kapuzinerstrasse.
Hitlers second home in Passau (2)
Location: Innstadtbahnhofweg 3, on a little path aside the Kapuzinerstrasse. (The address of Kapuzinerstrasse 5 was found in city archives. This is the same location as Innstadtbahnhofstrasse 3. Other sources mention Kapuzinerstrasse 31. A visitor of the website gave us the information about the Innstadtbahnhofweg.)
Today: Part of the house is still standing. The rest of it is a remake that has been painted red. I’m not sure about what the exact house was.
Adolf Hitler and his family once lived in a house on the river bank of the Inn in Passau. There’s a story about the young Adolf falling into the river once; he was pulled out by the son of the owner of the house on the Kapuzinerstrasse (or Innstadtbahnhofweg). Hitler never talked about this. He only mentioned playing ‘cowboys and Indians’ on the banks of the river. On April 1, 1894 Adolf’s father Alois was occupated in Linz. The family left Passau to follow him there on May 9, 1894.
Location: Franz Stockbauerweg 13
Today: Still there
Wen Hitler was in Passau on August 8, 1922, he visted Franz Stockbauer, the owner of the Löwenbrauerei.
Speech at the Müllerbräu (5) + (6)
Location: Hauptplatz 36 (a hotel that could be related is on Hauptplatz 2)
Today: No information available yet about the origin of the building.
Hitler was in Pfaffenhofen on September 3, 1922 for a speech at the Müllerbräu.
Alte Rathaus (8)
Location: Rathausplatz 1
Today: Still there
On October 22, 1933 Hitler spoke at the Rathaus of Regensburg. On June 6, 1937 Hitler spoke to 200.000 people in Regensburg on the Parteitag of the Bayerische Ostmark.
Left: Hitler leaving the Alte Rathaus in October 1933
Right: The old Rathaus today
Location: Walhalla-Strasse 48, Donaustauf (near Regensburg)
Today: Still there
Somewhere in 1937 Hitler was at the museum Walhalla in Regensburg, a place where the busts of famous German people are collected. A famous picture shows Hitler watching the bust of Austrian composer Anton Bruckner. The Bruckner-bust was put there in 1937. Hitler was in Regensburg for the so called Regensburg Ceremony, a ceremony with speeches, concerts, a convention of the Bruckner Gesellschaft and a meeting of the Bavarian Nazi Party.
Speeches in Regensburg
On June 23, 1923 Hitler spoke at an unknown location in Regensburg. On April 6, 1932 Hitler spoke to 8.000 people inside a tent.
Location: Stadtpark (Prüfeningerstraße)
Today: Destroyed in 1945
On May 18, 1930 Hitler held a speech at the Stadthalle in Regensburg.
ROSENHEIM Hermann Göring was born in Rosenheim.
Speech Hitler 1920 - Hofbräuhaus (11)
Location: Kaiserstrasse (about no. 18)
Today: Hofbräu Komplex, disco and club
Hitler held a speech in the Hofbräuhaus on May 2, 1920. Just after the first NSDAP-division outside München was founded, Hitler spoke in Rosenheim again (on July 21, 1920). He also spoke in the Hofbräusaal on June 17, 1920. On the 26th of that month and year he also spoke in Rosenheim. The exact location of this speech is unknown.
The old road from Rosenheim to Berchtesgaden
Somewhere in 1933 Hitler was in Rosenheim to pick up guests from München. On the way back to Berchtegaden shots are fired at Hitlers car. No one got hurt. The shooter(s) have never been caught.
Flötzingerlöchlsaal (Flötzingersaal) (12)
Location: Samerstrasse 17
Today: Flötzinger Bräustüberl
Hitler spoke here on April 21, 1921. He celebrated his birthday here on April 20, 1925. In 1935, after he had an operation to remove a polyp on May 23, Hitler didn’t speak in public for a while. The first time he spoke in public again was during a mass meeting in Rosenheim on August 11, 1935, in the Flötzingersaal.
Speech Saubräukeller (14)
Today: The keller is called the Ludwigshof. There must be some remains of this old farm/brewery at this location.
On August 31 and November 30, 1920 Hitler spoke at the Saubräu. On March 18 and on August 19, 1921 he spoke here again. In 1925, on the 5th of July, Hitler also held a speech at the Saubräukeller and he returned there on April 19, 1927.
The Pernlohnerkeller in 1900
Speech Pernlohnerkellern (13)
Location: (Weiler) Am Rossacker 7 (used to be next to the Rossackerkapelle)
Today: There must be some remains of this old farm/brewery at this location.
On August 6, 1920 Hitler spoke here.
Hotel Deutscher Kaiser (15)
Location: Prinzregentenstrasse 3/ Münchenerstrasse
Today: Only the facade is still there.
On April 17, 1932 Hitler spoke to 2.000 people inside this hotel.
Ausstellungshalle des Fleckviehzuchtverbandes (7)
Location: Could be the Viehhalle on the Wolfinger Strasse
Today: No information about the origin of the building was available. The location mentioned is a concerthall today.
Hitler was in Pocking once for a speech at the Müllerbräu.
Hitler spoke at Schwarzenbach on June 16, 1929.
Location: Friedrich-Ebert-Strasse 20
Today: Not sure if this is the right location.
Hitler spoke at the Saalbau on December 14, 1928.
Speech in a tent on the Schützenplatz (19)
Location: Marktplatz, Spitalstrasse. Exact location unknown
Today: The square is still there
Hitler was in Schweinfurt on October 16, 1932. He held a speech. You can find pictures and information on www.thirdreichruins.com. Hitler was in Schweinfurt only once, but Göring was there more often. (He stayed at Willy Sachs' castle Mainberg.) There was an airbase near the city.
Ordensburg NSDAP (21)
Location: Vordere Burgaufahrt, between the Altstädler Strasse and the Hofener Strasse
Today: The buillding, that’s now called the General-Beck-Kaserne, was used by the army after the war. The government is thinking about another way of using the complex.
The Ordensburg in Sonthofen was built in 1934 for the use of ‘weltanschauliche Schulung der NSDAP’. On November 23, 1937 Hitler held a Einweihungsrede for leaders of the Gau. In the last year of the war the building was used as a lazaret.
Hitler at the dedication of the Ordensburg in April 1936
Speech in a tent near the Turnhalle (20)
Hitler spoke at Selb on October 14, 1932.
Location: Bridge over the Mangfalltal between München and Rosenheim, north of Weyarn. The road under it is called Mühlthal.
Today: Still there
The bridge was build in the 1930’s. There are some pictures of Hitler near the bridge.
Hitler near the bridge and on the
right the bridge today
Grave of Rudolf Hess (37)
Location: Friedhof Wunsiedel, Wunsiedel, Egerstrasse
Today: Removed in the summer of 2011
The Hess family grave was in Wunsiedel. It was a spot that was frequently visited by neo-nazi’s. That’s the reason why the grave was removed in 2011. Hess was the second man of the German Reich untill his flight to England.
Evangelischen Vereinshaus (35)
Adolf Hitler held a speech here on July 19, 1931.
On March 20, 1921 Hitler was in Würzburg for a speech.
On October 11, 1925 Hitler held a speech at the Harmoniesaal. Although several sources on the internet mention the existance of this hall, I don’t know the exact address of it yet.
Location: Von Luxemburgstrasse 4
Today: The building seems to be under ‘Denkmalgeschütz’ and it looks like there have been some vague plans with it. It’s used as an exhibition hall now.
On August 5, 1930 and on April 6, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Frankenhalle.
Ludwigshalle (before: Bahnhofsgebäude) (39)
Location: Theaterstrasse 21, corner Theaterstrasse/Ludwigstrasse
Today: Gone, since 1966 the Mainfrankentheater is there, on almost the exact same location.
On October 12, 1932 Hitler was going to do a speech at the Ludwigshalle. The speech was sabotaged by communists who cut off the power. No one got caught. Without lights and microphones the speech couldn’t be held. On October 16, 1932 Hitler spoke to 5.000 people inside the Ludwigshalle.
Location: The Residenzplatz is at the crossing of the Hofstrasse and the Balthasar-Neumann-Promenade.
Today: Damaged during the war, but still there in very good shape
Hitler was present at several nazi-ceremoniesin Würzburg. When the Gauparteitag Mainfranken took place on June 27, 1937 Hitler held a speech at the Residenzplatz.
Traunstein Camp (25)
Location: East of Bayern, near the Austrian border, about 15 km. from Traunstein
Today: Not sure
Adolf Hitler was guarding Russian prisoners of war at Traunstein camp after the first world war. After returning to München, he became a part of the local army organization, which was a group of people who did not want the soldiers to turn towards communism or pacifism.
He had to influence the returning soldiers to become anti-socialist patriots. His first political speeches were held for the sodiers in Lechfeld, nearby. Later on Hitler held three speeches in Traunstein, the first one on 8 December 1922, in a crowded hall of the gymclub. After the war the Kaserne of Trainstein was used to shelter displaced (Jewish) people.
Soldiers in Traunstein. Hitler is the one with one cross, his fried Ernst Schmidt has two crosses
The first political performance of Hitler in Traunstein took place in the Turnhalle on December 8, 1922. On that date he also spoke at the Wochingersaal. On April 20, 1928 Hitler was in the Turnhalle again. On April 17, 1932 Hitler spoke at the Turnhalle, the Hutter-Sailer-Saal and the Sailer-Keller.
There was an old Turnhalle on the Katharinenstrasse. In 1921 a new Turnhalle was built in der Au. The nearest thing to that name I found was Auberg. Nearby Auberg is a soccer field with some larger buildings. In 1970 Traunstein got a new Turnhalle.
Location: The location of the Wochinger Brauerei is St.Ostwaldstrasse 4
Today: Not sure
On December 8, 1922 Hitler spoke at the Wochingersaal.
Location: Probably Hofbräuhaus, Hofgasse 6-11 (both Hutter and Sailer were owners of the Hofbräuhaus)
Today: The Hofbräuhaus is still there
On April 17, 1932 Hitler spoke at the Turnhalle, the Hutter-Sailer-Saal and the Sailer-Keller
Location: Herzog-Wilhelm-Strasse 1
Today: Still there
On April 17, 1932 Hitler spoke at the Turnhalle, the Hutter-Sailer-Saal and the Sailer-Keller. The Sailer-Keller is a Hotel/Gasthaus in Traunstein.
Hitler drives through Traunstein
Some pictures show Hitler on March 27 or 28, 1933 driving through the streets of Traunstein.
Traunsteiner Krankenhaus (29)
Location: Cuno-Niggl-Strasse 1
Today: Between 1963 and 1971 a large renovation took place. Today the old hospital is totally gone, a new one was built in periods between 1984 and 2002.
On April 17, 1933 Hitler visited Pg. Ubler and on August 16 of the same year Hitler visted to his adjudant Brückner in the hospital of Traunstein.
Gasthaus the Sailer Keller
Speech Gau Unterfranken (30)
Location: Unterfranken is a region in the northwest of Bayern; the cities of Aschaffenburg, Schweinfurt and Würzburg are in Unterfranken
On June 27, 1937 Hitler spoke at the party meeting of the Gau Unterfranken.
Gewerbehalle - the Vilsbiburg speech (32)
Sachsen lifted the ban on Hitlerspeeches that applied for the whole of Germany in January 1927. Bayern followed on March the 5th, but Hitler was not allowed to hold the first speech in München. That’s why he went to Vilsbiburg on March the 6th, 1927 to make his first public appearance in Bayern in two years.
Today: It seems that the hall still existed in 1963, what happened after that is unknown.
Adolf Hitler held a speech here on September 3, 1921.
Tent on the Sportplatz des Turnerbundes (33)
Today: On both sides of the Ludwig-Wolker-Weg are sporting fields.
On October 13, 1932 Hitler spoke to 10.000 people on the Sportplatz in Weiden.
Opening second Arbeidtsschlacht (31)
Location: Unterhaching is a place south of München, Hitler spoke at the construction site of the Reichsautobahn. Exact location unknown.
On March 21, 1934 Adolf Hitler opened the second Arbeitsschacht of the Third Reich. In his speech Hitler spoke about the new goals for the German people and he called on the people to fight against unemployment.
Today: Unsure. The Kronensaal burned down somewhere in 1975
Hitler spoke at the Kronensaal on April 11, 1928.
Location: South of München
The Tegernsee was a populair place among top nazi’s to spend a holiday. In the beginning of August 1932 Hitler went on a vacation with Jospeh Goebbels in the Tegernsee area, after the election campagnes of that year. In the village Bad Wiessee was the Kurheim Hanselbauer, where Ernst Röhm lived, when he was arrested on June 30, 1934. Hitler was also in the Tegernsee area right after Geli Raubal killed herself in his appartment on the Prinzregentenstrasse in München. Hitler and Heinrich Hofmann went to the house of Adolf Müller. Hitler locked himself up in a room for a couple of days. He didn’t attend the funeral of Geli in Vienna. On April 11, 1932 Hitler was at Tegenrnsee. There he spoke with a member of the American press.
Hitler at the steering wheel of a boat on the Tegernsee
Speech in Stephanskirchen/Schloßberg (22)
On April 17, 1932 Hitler spoke in this area.
TEGERNSEE - SANKT QUIRIN AM TEGERNSEE
Visit to Franz Xaver Schwarz
In the Illustrierter Beobachter of 1936 there is a picture of Hitler and Franz Schwarz. It could have been taken at the house of Schwarz, but I’m not sure of that. Schwarz was the Reichsschatzmeister (National Treasurer) of the Nazi Party during most of the Party's existence.
Adolf Hitler and Franz Xaver Schwarz in Sankt Quirin
(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)