What countries did Hitler visit?

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by Max » 23 Oct 2011 12:22

Crazy_Ivan wrote:I was playing trivial pursuit last night and the question Read "What British university did Adolf Hitler attend?" Answer: "Liverpool"

Clearly this is an error(Despite his Liverpudlian relatives), but an error that seemed to have grown some legs quite a few years ago.
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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by Dolf van Stijgeren » 31 Oct 2011 20:30

At the beginning of WWII Hitler visited Bruly-de-Pesche in Belgium.
It is where he had his headquarters called Wolfsschlucht 1.
There he prepared his attack to France.

And Hitler stayed twice in Belgium during WWI.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by robertmartin » 11 Nov 2011 09:46

Austria and Switzerland

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by artz » 27 Nov 2011 21:41

Hitler did visit Klaipėda (Memel). He gave a speech in Anike's Square. It is now a popular visiting place for foreigners. I live here in Klaipėda, that's the source of information, I guess.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by Kunstler » 04 Dec 2011 21:16

Venice 1934, although I have found no photographs to support this.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by Bayda » 04 Dec 2011 21:44

by murx on 17 Oct 2011, 21:19
According to Hitlers pilot Baur they were in:
Norway, Sweden, Yugoslavia, Russia (Saporoshe), Ukraine (Kiew) , Finland, France, Italy and in one place called "Mariopol" at the "Assow'sche Sea", wherever this may be.
Mariupol is a city in Ukraine.



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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by R>A>Y » 05 Dec 2011 19:10

I know he met Bulgarian tzar Boris 3 but I don't know if it was on Bulgarian soil.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by Topspeed » 05 Dec 2011 19:37

There is a thread of his visit to Finland Immola AF base in 1942; http://forum.axishistory.com/viewtopic.php?f=59&t=53384

During that visit his normal talking voice is audible ( recording ) and not his hypnotising shouting to the masses ! It is very interesting.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by amit26 » 20 May 2019 12:12

Hi all,

He did spend some time in Belgium and France, during World War I, but that, of course, was not of his own volition. He moved to Germany from Austria, and that is it! He did travel as a head of state before the war broke out, but his travels were very limited. He went to Italy and Norway in 1934, to Danzig and Memel. And, again, that is it. He never spent time as a normal civilian in any of the major countries of Europe.

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Re: What countries did Hitler visit?

Post by British Sapper » 24 May 2019 22:09

Ali M J wrote:
12 Oct 2011 01:02
Did Hitler ever step foot on English soil? I do know that Hitler had a holf brother that married an English girl which produced an English nepthew for Hitler. Just wondering!
One source, his half brothers wife Bridget (?) who was from Dublin, mentions Hitler stayed briefly in Toxteth, Liverpool. That time period links in with when he was literally a tramp in Vienna. So it is plausible that he went for help from his family. Though there doesn't seem to be any real evidence . But again that is not surprising. I visited and stayed in Madrid in 1999 and 2000, but there isn't any real evidence of that either.

Also, it is mentioned in Mein Kampf that Hitler was in awe of the British navy. Liverpool at that time would no doubt have offered a vision of awe of the UK's maritime power. Liverpool was possibly the busiest seaport in the World at the time.

But evidence is lacking .

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