The front of the Wannsee Villa (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The back of the villa

(picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The back entrance to the actual room where the conference took place.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The room where the conference took place.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017)

The family Goebbels in front of their villa on Schwanenwerder Insel (Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007) Hitler on Goebbels yacht on the Wannsee (Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007) A map of the Spandau prison. The red dot marks the garden, the blue one marks the Wilhelmstrasse (Spandau).(source: Speer, Spandauer Tagebücher, 2005) Spandau Prison in 1951 (picture: wikipedia, public domain) An aerial view of the prison (picture: source unknown) Spansau Prison was replaced by this supermarket with its parking place. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The prison garden  (picture: Herr Einofski) The location of the prison garden. Could these be the Albert Speer nut trees? (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2017) Some of the buildings that belonged to the rison complex are still there.The prison itself has been torn down. (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2017) The Reichskanzlerplatz in 1907 The Theodor Heuss Platz in 2011 (pictures: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

The old Deutschlandhalle in 1942

Left: The Deutschlandhalle in 1936, Right: Hitler speaks at the Deutschlandhalle

Hitler, at the Deutschlandhalle, thanks the work force for building the new Reichskanzlei,

December 23, 1938

Dynamowerk of Siemensstadt (16-17)

Location: Siemensstadt is inbetween Spandau and Charlottenburg, the Dynamowerk was on the Nonnendammallee

Today: The Dynamowerk was destroyed during the war and rebuilt after it.

On November 10, 1933 Hitler spoke to the workers of the Siemens-factory at the Dynamowerk in Berlin.

Hitler speaks at the Dynamowerk of Siemensstadt in 1933

(picture: source unknown)

City Train Station Heerstrasse (10) Location: Heerstrasse, near the Olympic Stadium and the Theodor Heuss Platz Today: Not sure about the preservation of the station Hitler welcomed Mussolini here, when he visited Berlin in 1937.

Sportforum (9)

Location: In the Hans-Braun-Strasse near the Olympic Stadium once was something called the German Sport Forum

Today: This is the location where the Sportmuseum Berlin is today.

Hitler held a speech at the Sportforum on July 27, 1932.

Internationale Automobil Ausstellung (13)

Location: Messegelände, Kaiserdamm Masurenallee; near the Funkturm

Today: Omnibusbahnhof

On February 11, 1933, March 7, 1934, February 14, 1935, February 15, 1936,  February 27, 1936, February 20, 1937, February 18, 1938 and on February 17, 1939 Hitler opened the Internationale Automobilausstellung in Berlin.

Hitler in front of the Ausstellungs-halle on February 17, 1939

(picture: Reichshauptstadt Berlin, 2009)

Hitler held an opening speech at the Automobilausstellung of 1939
(on February 17).
(picture: Reichshauptstadt Berlin, 2009)

Hitler at the Automobilausstellung

of 1939
(pictures: Reichshauptstadt Berlin, 2009)

The advertising poster of the Automobilausstellung in 1933

Hitler and Göring at the Automobilausstellung of 1934
(picture: Hitler's Handlangers, 2004)

The advertising poster of the Automobilausstellung in 1938

The Automobilausstellung was located near the Funkturm from 1933 until 1938. On this picture you can see the halls behind the Funkturm. In 1939 the exhibition was held on a different location on the Messegelände.

(picture: unknown)

A picture of the  Automobilausstellung in 1938  

(picture: unknown)

A picture of the  Automobilausstellung in 1938  

(picture: unknown)

Magda Quandt’s apartment on the Reichskanzlerplatz. From left to right: Adolf Hitler, Putzi Hanfstaengl, Ella Quandt, Magda Quandt, Bruckner and Josef Goebbels.

Apartment Göring 1933 (18)

Location: Kaiserdamm 34, third floor

Today: Petrol station, corner Kaiserdamm/Soorstraße

Hermann Göring had an apartment on the Kaiserdamm in 1933.


Berlin West weergeven op een grotere kaart

Berlin West

What’s called Berlin West here is the area west of the road 100, the Messedamm and the Hohezollerndamm.

1.Wannsee villa

2. Planned villa Albert Speer

3. Goebbels Schwanenwerder villa

4. Villa Dr. Morell

5. Albert Speers rented villa

6. Planned villa Adolf Hitler

7. Spandau Prison 8. Olympic Stadium 9. Sportforum 10. Station Heerstrasse 11. (location deleted) 12. Theodor-Heus-Platz

12a. Apartment Magda Quandt

13. Messegelände Automobilausstellung

14. Deutschlandhalle

15. Bahnhof Finkenkrug

16. Siemensdamm

17. Harriesstraße

18. Apartment Göring

The Olympic Stadium today (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2006) Hitler coming from the stairs where the Olympic fire burned in 1936 (picture: Bundesarchiv, 1936)

Hitler speaks to the Hitlerjugend on May 1, 1939.

(picture: Hitlerjugend, 2003)

The Olympic Stadium in 1936 The same stairs today. The field level was lowered for the World Championship Soccer in 2006.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2006) The Führer balcony during the Olympic Games of 1936 Hitler walking on the sporting field, with the stairs behind him (picture: Bundesarchiv, 1936) The Olympic Stadium from the inside (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2006) Another picture of the same balcony Hitler on the Führer balcony. In the centre of the picture are the Olympic stairs. After the war the English took two meters of the balcony, so Hitler's sitting place is not longer there.  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2013) The Führer balcony today  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011) Göring and Goebbels were also present at the Olympic Games.

Hitler on the Führer balcony of the Olympic Stadium

The Führer balcony from a distance (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

The Olympic Stadium in 2011. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2011)

The stadium side with the Führer balcony (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The entrance to the Führer balcony (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The stairs to the Führer lounge (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The Führer balcony  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The side of the stadium where the speakers platform was made  (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) In between the stadium and the Bell Tower is the May Field, large enough for 300.000 people.   (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) Today the May Field is only partly in use, because it is too big for almost anything. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2012) The opening of the Olympic Games of 1936: Adolf Hitler (in front) walks from the May Field up the stairs into the Olympic Stadium.   (picture: Olympia 1936, band II) The May Field on September 28, 1937, during a speech of Benito Mussolini. Adolf Hitler and Joseph Goebbels spoke there too. (picture: copyrights unknown) The May Field on September 28, 1937, during the visit of Benito Mussolini to Berlin. (picture: copyrights unknown)

Berlin West

Luna-Park Halensee

Location: Friedenthalpark, between the Halensee and the Kronprinzendamm. The Halenseestrasse runs straight through the area where the Luna-Park used to be.

Today: Gone. The Halensee is still there. A highway runs through the old parc-area.

In April 1923 Adolf Hitler and Putzi Hanfstaengl were at the Halensee Luna-Park. A photographer by the name Georg Pahl took a picture of Hitler there. Hitler got angry because at that time he refused to have pictures taken of him, as a media-strategy. Hitler hit his camera with a stick and after a discussion Pahl gave Hitler the negative of the picture.

Georg Pahl and the Luna-Park Halensee

(pictures and postcards: wikipedia)

Villa Oeding was used by Joseph Goebbels in the 30’s. (picture: copyright unknown)

Flugplatz Staaken

Location: Berlin-West, Spandau, West of Zeppelinwerk Staaken (Brunsbütteler Damm 447). The grounds ran much further than the street Am Zeppelinpark. North of the Heerstrasse. Zeppelintower: Am Zeppelinpark 27.

Today: The airfield does not longer exist. Some things are still there, like the old Zeppelintower and some old buildings of the Zeppelinwerk. In the open field West of Am Zeppelinpark some concreet of the runways is still there.

Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring were at the Flugplatz Staaken on Hitlers 46th birthday.  

The Zeppelintower after the war (picture: wikipedia)