The Olympiapark used to be an army airfield.

(pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2010)

Oberwiesenfeld Flugplatz (10) Location: Oberwiesenfeld, north of the canal  Today: unsure if there’s anything left of the airport   Hitler spoke at the Airport Oberwiesenfeld once in 1933. The Flugplatz Oberwiesenfled (the right picture is dated 1924) Elisabethschule (1) Location: Elisabethplatz 4 Today: Volks- und Gewerbeschule (tradingschool) In 1914 Hitler was here to be prepared for WWI. It’s a 5-story- building with a tower.

The former Elisabethschule in München

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

Türkenkaserne (also known as the Prinz-Leopold-Kaserne) (9, 10)

Location: In between the Türkenstrasse, the Theresienstrasse, the Barerstrasse and the Gabelsbergerstrasse. The Türkentor is located at the Türkenstrasse, in front of the Pinakothek der Moderne

Today: Only the gate, the so called Türkentor, is still there.

Hitler received his military training for the First World War here. On October 8, 1914 a ceremonial farewell of Hitler’s regiment took place at the Türkenkaserne, with the king present. Hitler must have been there.

The second batallion of the List regiment at the Türkenkaserne before the war

(picture: Solleder, 1932)

The Kasernenhof Leibregiment

Was this the same location as the Türkenkaserne?

(picture: Solleder, 1932)

The Türkentor is the only reminder of the military ground that were there. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012)

The Städtische Luisengymnasium in 2012 (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) Pictures and a map of the barracks in München (Joachimsthaler, 1989) Karl-Liebknecht-Kaserne (3) Location: Lothstrasse 29 Today: After 1934 the Kaserne was called Adolf-Hitler-Kaserne. It is not longer there. Hitler lived here after WWI, after April 5, 1919. The Adolf-Hitler-Kaserne The only remains of the Adolf-Hitler-Kaserne (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2012) ARMY BUILDINGS  AND BARRACKS MüNCHEN

Starting 1914 Hitler lived at several army locations in München. Before the First World War he received his training at the Türkenkaserne. When after the war he came back from the hospital in Pasewalk, Hitler lived at the army building at the Luisenstrasse. During the revolution of socialists and communist he remained a member of the army. Altough he did not join the Red Army he shortly worked for the socialist party, something he tried to cover up later on in his life. Hitler staid in the army and lived in army barracks until March 31, 1920. Probably for financial reasons. In the same period the army didn’t need him anymore he joined the DAP.

München, army buildings and barracks weergeven op een grotere kaart

1. Elisabethschule

2. Luisenschule

3. Kaserne in München

4. Barracks Oberwiesenfeld and Dachauer Strasse

5. Maximilian Kaserne

6. Artillerie-Werkstätte

7. Kaserne des 2. Infanterie Regiment

8. Luftschifter Abteilung

9. Türkenkaserne

10. Türkentor

11. Oberwiesenfeld