Beelitz-Heilstätten (southwest of Berlin) (1)
Location: Street from Beelitz to Fichtenwalde
Today: The large hospital has fallen into decay, but it’s still there.
Hitler was at the red cross hospital in Beelitz between October 9 and December 1, 1916 to recover from war injuries. When he recovered he went to Berlin for the first time. It is known that he went to see the Nationalgalerie and other museums.  
Left: Beelitz hospital
Centre: Hitler at Beelitz, Hitler is the second man from the right in the back row. Right: Beelitz Heilstätten today (picture: schatzfindernet)
House of Joseph Goebbels (4)
Location: Caputh is a village on the Schwielowsee, near Potsdam; exact location unknown
On August 12, 1932 Hitler arrived at the house of Joseph Goebbels late in the evening. Ernst Röhm was talking to Schleicher and Papen at that time about Hitler becoming Reichskanzler. The next day Hitler and Röhm met Schleicher and Papen. They told Hitler Hindenburg wasn’t going to accept him as Reichskanzler.
Reichsführerschule (2)
Location: Hannes-Meyer-Campus 9
Today: Still there
This school used to be the Bundesschule des Algemeinen Deutschen Gewerkschaftsbundes. On July 16, 1933 the school was reopend in the presence of Adolf Hitler as Reichsschule der NSDAP und der Deutschen Arbeids Front (DAF). The school  became an institute for the Sicherheitsdienst (SD) in 1936. In a speech Hitler ordered the buiding of more schools. Three NSDAP-Ordensburgen were built: Crössinsee, Sonthofen and Vogelsang.  
Rennbahngelände (5)
Location: Near the airfield on the Burger Chaussee is something that looks like a Rennbahn (horse track). It lies on the Fichtestrasse.
Today: Not sure about the exact location and authenticity of the Rennbahn, it looks like there’s a soccer field now.
On July 19 or 20, 1932 40.000 people listened to Adolf Hitler at the Rennbahngelände. After the election for the Reichtag in July 1932 the NSDAP was the strongest party in Cottbus.
There was an Airfield built on or near the Rennbahngelände. The airfield can be found back. It looks like there is a Rennbahn (horse track) near it. We’ve got no proof that it’s the same track.Parts of the Focke-Wulf Flugzeugwerke were at different locations of Cottbus since 1939 .  
Altstädter Schützenplatz (3)
Location: Unknown
Hitler spoke to 35.000 people at the Altstädter Schützenplatz in Brandenburg on July 27, 1932.
Brandenburg an der Havel
Negotiations with Schleicher (12)
Location: Fürstenberg lies 80 km north of Berlin; exact location unknown
Hitler secretly negotiated with Reichswehrminister Schleicher after the elections of August 6, 1932. The NSDAP wasn’t sure about what to do. They demanded that Hitler became Reichskanzler, but when Schleicher presented it to Hindenburg, he send Schleicher away.
Fürstenberg an der Havel
Truppenübungsplatz Jüterbog (14)
Location: Exact location unsure. Lager III was on the street 102: Kappan/Neues Lager/Treuenbrietzener Strasse.
Today: Parts of it still there, not sure about the state of it. The Russians used the military grounds untill 1993.
On  August 15, 1938 Hitler was at an artillery exercise in the Jüterbog army base.
A postcard of the Adolf Hitler Lager in Jüterbog
(picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht)
The entrance of the Lager in 1938
(picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht)
The Adolf Hitler Lager near Jüterbog in 1937 (picture: lexikon-der-wehrmacht)

Schloß Cecilienhof in Potsdam

Carinhall (23)
Location: Schorfheide, north of Berlin, north of Schorfheide, between both lakes Grösser Döllnsee and Wuchersee
Today: Destroyed. The gate of the houses, the crypt, bunkers and a tunnel are still there.
Carinhall was Hermann Görings hunting farm. His first wives remains were brought here on June 20, 1934 to be buried in a crypt. Wagner’s Götterdämmering was played during the ceremony that was, among others, by Hitler and Himmler. The remains of Carin Göring are not longer there. They’re in Scandinavia in a family grave. Göring had Carinhall destroyed at the end of the war. Hitler visited Göring here several times.
The remains of Carinhall. On April 28, 1945, when the Russians came close, the Germans blew up Carinhall. (picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
A salon inside the building
Hitler watches Göring ride an electronic horse in the cellar of the building. (picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
Hitler and Göringleaving the crypt of Göring’s first wife Carin
Hitler and Göring outside Carinhall
(picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
Hitler and Göring at the boat house of Carinhall
(picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
Hitler and Göring at the boat house with the Döllnsee behind them (picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
Another picture on the lakeside near Careinhall
(picture: Van Capelle and Van de Bovenkamp, 2007)
Hitler’s remains (22)
Location: Unknown

The remains of Hitler are said to have been burried at different locations. For a while they must have been burried in Rathenau, west of Berlin. Other sources state that the remains of Hitler were never really found.
Rathenau - Rathenow
Spreewald (24)
Location: Woods in the Landkreisen Spree-Neiße, Dahme-Spreewald and Oberspreewald-Lausitz. Largest town in the area: Lübben. The exact location of Hitlers visit is unknown.
One of the pictures in a Hoffman propagenda book shows Hitler in the woods in the area of the river Spree.
Hitler in the area of the Spreewald

House of Victoria von Derksen (25)
Location: Coming from Berlin, Werder lies past Potsdam. The house was on the Margarethenstraße 11.

Today: Unknown
The book that mentioned the house of Victoria von Derksen mentioned the Margarethenstraße in Berlin. I couldn’t find the street in Berlin, but there is a Margarethenstraße in Werder, near Berlin. This could be the location where Hitler met his ‘mütterliche Freundin’ Victoria von Derksen. Von Derksen used to organise several political gatherings. When the NSDAP started to become bigger, they gathered at her house too.



Supreme Command Of The Army/ Zeppelin, Zossen/ Maybach I and II (26)
Location: Zossen, Wünsdorf, Gutenbergstrasse 9
Today: Ruïns. There’s a museum now. The bunkers are open to visitors.
This area was a  military training ground from 1900. From 1937 untill 1941 the Supreme Command of the German Army had a large complex here. The communication bunker was called ‘Zeppelin’. The bunkercomplexes for the general staff were called Maybach I and Maybach II. The plans for the invasion of Europe were drawn up here.
Left: Maybach Siedlung, today
Centre: Zeppelin bunker, today
Right: Winkel air-rade shelter tower in Wünsdorf


Garnisonkirche (18)
Location: Corner Dortusstraße and Breite Straße
Today: Destroyed at the end of the war, remains torn down in the DDR in 1968. There were plans to rebuilt the tower (and the rest of the church), but they seem to have stranded.
On 2 October 1932 Hitler attended a gathering of 110.000 girls and boys of the Hitlerjugend in Potsdam. He spoke for about 15 minutes. The 21st of March of 1933 is known as the day of Potsdam, the day that the opening of the new Reichstag took place in the Garnisonkirche. Reichspresident Hindenburg and Hitler were there.
Hitler and Hindenburg near the church on the day of Potsdam
A painting of the church made in the 19th century
Hitler in front of the church on the day of Potsdam.
(picture: wikipedia, Bundesarchiv)
Hitler speaks  inside the church on the day of Potsdam.
(picture: wikipedia, Bundesarchiv)
Park Sanssouci (20)
Location: Maulbeerallee, Park Sanssouci
Today: Still there
Hitler and Mussolini visited the park on September 28, 1937.
Above: the castle Sanssouci
Right: the new castle
Stadion Luftschiffhafen (21)
Location: Am Luftschiffhafen 2
Today: After WW1 the airfield near the Templiner See became a sport stadium. In the 90’s the stadium was rebuilt after the original example
On April 4, 1932 Hitler spoke at the Luftschiffhafen in Potsdam. Hitler spoke here again on October 1 and 2 of that same year on the so called Reichsjugendtag of the NSDAP. 70.000 people came to see him. Some sources speak about 110.000 people.

The stadium today


The Luftschiffhafen stadium was overcrowded.


Adolf Hitler and Baldur von Schirach at the Reichsjugendtag in Potsdam on October 2nd.

(picture: Axmann, Hitlerjugend)

Schützenplatz (16)
Location: Unknown

On April 22, 1932 Hitler held a speech at the Schützenplatz of Neuruppin. 76.000 people came to listen to him.
KZ Oranienburg (17)
Location: Berliner Strasse, right across the Nikolai-Ostrowski-Straße.
Today: There’s a stone to remember the camp and a stone to remembers Erich Mühsam on the wall of the  old Brewery on the Berliner Strasse 20 that was right next to the concentration camp
As far as I know Hitler never visited the Konzentrationslager Oranienburg. It is mentioned here because it was one of the first concentration camp that was opened after Hitler got in control of Germany. It was opened in March of 1933. Communists, social democrats, members of the reichstag and jews were put in this camp, that was closed in 1934. It was housed in an old factory and on the factory grounds in the middle of Oranienburg. The KZ Sachsenhausen is an other camp in Oranienburg. It was built in 1936.

A reminder of KZ Oranienburg

(picture: wikipedia)

Bogensee Estate Joseph Goebbels (15)
Location: On the end of the Nikolai Ostrowski Strasse, on a street called Bogensee.
Today: Still there. The complex turned into a youth academy. It was vacant in 1999.
Goebbels used to live here with his family. I found nothing yet about a visit of Adolf Hitler to the estate.
Goebbels Bogensee estate
Lanke am Bogensee
UFA Film Studios Neubabelsberg (21a)
Location: Augus-Bebel-Straße 26-53
Today: The studios are still there and in use. Famous old buildings on the studio grounds that Hitler probably has visited are the Marlene Dietrich Hall and Tonkreuz.
On January 15, 1935 Adolf Hitler and Josef Goebbels visited the Universum Film AG (UFA) in Potsdam. The UFA produced film like Dr. Mabuse (1922), Metropolis (1927) and Marlene Dietrichs Der blaue Engel (1930). In 1933 Joseph Goebbels ministry of propaganda took over the UFA Studios. The anti semitic movie Jud-Süß (1940) was made here. Josef Goebbels had a relationship with actress Lida Baarova, that almost ended his marriage. After Adolf Hitler talked to Magda and Josef Goebbels about it, they remained married.

An old picture of the Babelsberg Studios


Inside Babelsberg Studios in 1930


The studio grounds in 1928


The anti semitic movie Jud Süß was made at the Babelsberg Studios


Adolf Hitler and Josef Goebbels at the Babelsberg Studios on January 15, 1935

(picture: wikipedia)



Lida Baarova, Gustav Frölich and Josef Goebbels at a party at the end of the Olympic Games of 1936

Ostmarkstadion (10)
Location: Road Sportawa. The stadium is in Slubice (Poland) on the other side of the Oder. The stadium is located on the Southeast of Slubice. Take the 29 road to the Southeast, turn left after a gasstation near the forrest. The stadium turns up on your right.
Today: The stadium is still there. It’s called the Stadion Olimpijski Slubice or Osir.
In 1927 the new stadium of Frankfurt aan de Oder was built. About ten years later Hitler held a speech there. On April 22, 1932 Hitler did another speech at t his location.
Left and above: the stadium
in the 30’s
Right: the stadium today
Frankfurt am Oder (Germany) Slubice (Poland)
Garnison (11a)
Location: Several locations, the Hindenburg-Kaserne was located on the August-Bebel-Strasse
Today: The building of the Hindenburg Kaserne still exists.
A picture shows Hitler in the stables of what is called the Garnison. There were a lot of army buildings in Frankfurt an der Oder: the Bülow Kaserne, the Eichhorn Kaserne, the Feldzeugmeister Kaserne, the Fliegerhorst, the Hindenburg Kaserne, the Horn Kaserne, the Kleist Kaserne, the Nuhen Kaserne and the Ziethen Kaserne. We don’t know in which Kaserne the Hitler picture was taken.
Left: Hitler in the stables of the Garnison
Centre: the Hindenburg Kaserne in 1935 Right: the same Kaserne today
Schützenwiese (11)
Location: Probably near the Schützenhaus. Exact location unknown.
On May 31, 1931 Hitler held three speeches in Frankfurt/Oder. One of them took place at the Schützenwiese. Hitler spoke to about 16.000 people.

Schützenhaus (11)

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

Gaststätte Bellevue
Location: Unknown
On May 31, 1931 Hitler held three speeches in Frankfurt/Oder. One of them took place at the Gaststätte Bellevue. Another speech, without a known location, was held for members of the SA. The third one took place at the Schützenwiese.
Schloß Harnekop (Schloß Monchoix)(13)
Location: Harnekop lies on the Schloßsee. The Schloßpark is on the left side of the westbank of the river, coming from the village, heading to the Lindenallee.
Today: After the war 90 procent of the village was destroyed. The rest of the Schloss was used to rebuilt the village. There is nothing that reminds of the castle itself.
March 3, 1945 was the last time Hitler left Berlin. He went to see the troops on the Oderfront. He talked to the staff in this Schloß. At the end of the Lindenallee is the Atombunker Harnekop, the largest Atombunker in the DDR. It’s now open to the public.   
Left: an old drawing of the Schloß
Right: Hitler at Harnekop

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 grounds.

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.






Remains of the Fliegerschüle Döbertitz. Klick on the picture to go to a page with more information about the Truppenübungsplatz. (picture:

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

9. Kämfende Amazone 10. Slubice, Ostmark-stadiooon 11. Slubice, Schützenhaussaal

11a. Frankfurt am Oder, Hindenburg-Kaserne 12. Fürstenberg an der Havel 13. Harnekop, Schloß Harnekop 14. Jüterbog, Truppenübungsplatz  14a. Kummersdorf Experimental Station 15. Lanke am Bogensee 16. Neuruppin, Schützenplatz 17. KZ Oranienburg 18. Potsdam, Garnisonkirche

19. Potsdam, Schloß Cecilienhof 20. Potsdam, Sanssouci 21. Potsdam, Stadion Luftschiffhafen 21a. UFA Film Studios 22. Rathenau, Smersh compound 23. Schorfheide, Carinhall

24. Spreewald 25. Werder 26. Zossen




The Kämfende Amazone in Eberswalde used to be in Carinhall.
Eberswalde Stadion/Städtische Stadion (8)
Location: Am Stadion 1
Today: Fritz-Lesch-Stadion
When Adolf Hitler and Hermann Göring went to Carinhall, they came through Eberswalde a lot. Hitler held a election speech in Eberswalde on July 27, 1932. There’s a movie made of this speech, that is known on the internet as the Wir Sind Intolerant speech.
The small stadium of Eberswalde
Hitler’s remains (7)
Location: Finow-Eberswalde, somewhere in the woods

The remains of Hitler are said to have been burried at different locations. For a while they might have been burried in the woods near Finow, near a SMERSH compound. Other sources state that the remains of Hitler were never really found.
Kümmersdorf Experimental Station (14a)
Location: On both sides of the L70, Straße nach Luckenwalde, between Schönefeld and Luckenwalde.
Today: Ruïns of the station are still there. Until 1994 the Sovjets had an airfield there. Today there’s a museum.
Hitler must have visited the Kümmersdorf Experimental Station on March 23, 1939, according to sites on the internet, but on this date Hitler was in Memel (Klaipeda, Lithuania). Maybe he visited the station in the spring of 1939, but Time magazine mentions a Hitler visit to the station of 1933. The 1939 visit must have taken place in company of field marschal Von Brauchitsch, general Becker, Rudolf Hess and Martin Bormann. It is also said Hitler visited the Usedom Station, but this doesn’t seem to be true, because of the secrecy surrounding this (than) new rocket centre. Who can help clear up this story?
This picture is said to have been taken at the Station in Kümmersdorf in 1939. Hitler was looking at a rocket test. (picture:
Kümmersdorf-Gut (near Schönefeld)