Munich – The birth place of the Nazi Movement (Where everything began!) A live stroll through Munich following the traces of the Nazi MovementIndividual Virtual Tour We start our stroll at your preferred time. Participation ist possible via zoom or MS teams. Details...
Nazigeschichte in München
München war der Geburtsort der NS-Bewegung. Von 1913 bis 1933 verbrachte Hitler viel Zeit in der Stadt. Wir werden den Spuren folgen, die in der Stadt hinterlassen wurden. Möglich sind auch Ausflüge zur KZ-Gedenkstätte Dachau oder zum Kehlsteinhaus bei Berchtesgaden (Tagesausflug).
We start our stroll at your preferred time. Participation ist possible via zoom or MS teams.
On March 22, 1933, a few weeks after Adolf Hitler had been appointed Reich Chancellor, a concentration camp for political prisoners was set up in Dachau. This camp served as a model for all later concentration camps and as a “school of violence” for the SS men under whose command it stood. In the twelve years of its existence over 200.000 persons from all over Europe were imprisoned here and in the numerous subsidary camps. 41.500 were murdered.
Learn about Hitler’s rise to power and the key events that took place in Munich in the 1920s and also during the 12 years of the Third Reich: the 1923 Beer Hall Putsch, Kristallnacht in 1938 and the failed assassination attempt by Georg Elsner in the Burgerbräukeller in 1939.
We conclude or start the tour at the former Nazi HQ building, the “FÜHRERBAU”, where the Munich Agreement was signed in September 1938 by world leaders Benito Mussolini, Edouard Delardier and Neville Chamberlain, sealing the fate of the Sudetenland by handing it over to the German Reich. This would mark the beginning of Hitler’s preparation for war and lead to the eventual destruction of most European cities including Munich.
On the way back to Munich we’ll stop in the lovely village of Berchtesgaden for a walk and more Bavarian and Berchtesgaden history.
If time allows we will also visit remnants of the tunnel and bunker system at the former Chancellory.
Learn about Adolf Hitler and why he liked Berchtesgaden and its surrounding areas. This tour leads you through beautiful pre-Alpine landscapes with several interesting and beautiful sights on the way. Of course, we will provide you with information about everything you see and will show you what makes Bavaria the most popular state in Germany.