An old postcard of the hotel Graf Moltke
Hitler and Goebbels on the beach in Heiligendamm
(picture: Bundesarchiv, 1933: ‘Der Führer mit Dr. Goebbels und dessen Töchterchen in Heiligendamm.’)
When World War 1 had almost ended, Adolf Hitler was taken to a hospital in Pasewalk, in Mecklenburg-Vorpommern. That’s why Pasewalk is one of the most wellknown places in this state when it comes to Hitler. Another famous location is the uge building Prora on the island of Rügen. Although I haven’t found any proof of Hitler being there, it’s an important nazi leftover.
1. Anklam 2. Bad Doberan 3. Barth
4. Güstrow 5. Heiligendamm
6. Ludwigslust 7. Parchim
8. Pasewalk 9. Rechlin
10. Rügen 11. Rennbahn Rostock
12. Machinenhalle, Rostock
13. Alte Friedhof, Schwerin
14. Stadthalle, Schwerin
15. Nordische Hof, Schwerin
16. Flugplatz, Schwerin
17. Gutshaus Severin 18. Stolpe
19. Stralsund 20. Waren
Adolf Hitler and Gauleiter Hildebrandt somewhere before 1933 in Schwerin
(picture: Illustrierter Beobachter, 1936)
Bormanns Stolpe Estate (18)
Location: Near a pond. The only pond in Stolpe today is on the southside of the vilage.
Today: The estate was ruined after the war.
Bormann was the owner of an estate near Stolpe. Hitler and Eva Braun are said to have been there.
Location: Near the Schützenstrasse/Brölliner Chausssee
Today: There still is a Schützenstrasse in Pasewalk.
On October 25, 1932 Hitler spoke to 6.000 people at the Schützenpark.
The Brölliner Chaussee. Hitlers barracks were on the left side of the street, behind the trees. (picture: the Hitlerpages, 2015)