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List of streets named after Adolf Hitler

Adolf Hitler street sign being taken down during Denazification

This is a partial list of streets and squares named after Adolf Hitler during the era of Nazi Germany.

The zeal with which German municipal authorities attempted, immediately after the seizure of power, to play their part in the "National Rising" (German: Nationale Erhebung) is shown by the practice of conferring honorary municipal citizenship on Hitler, and even more by naming a street (Straße), a square or place (Platz), a promenade (Anlage), an avenue (Damm, Allee), a stadium (Kampfbahn), or a bridge (Brücke) after the new chancellor. As early as March and April 1933, a wave of renamings swept through Germany's cities. Most of the examples in the list come from this period.

Table

City 1933–1945 name Pre-1933/Post-1945 name
Berlin Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Charlottenburg; further renamings were planned for after the "Final Victory") Reichskanzlerplatz/Theodor-Heuss-Platz
Berlin Adolf-Hitler-Sport-Platz At the Ostpreussendamm and Krahmerstrasse, opposite of Schlosspark Lichterfelde. Now a soccerfield. Still a stadion next to it.
Bratislava Adolf-Hitlerstraße Masarykova (1918–1938) / Benešova (1945–1948) / Stalinova (1948-1989) / Zadunajská cesta (1989-present)
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Brücke (Lüderitzbrücke after 1939) Große Weserbrücke (torn down, 1961)
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Brücke (new in 1939) Westbrücke/Stephaniebrücke
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Hemelingen) Rathausplatz
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Lesum) An der Lesumer Kirche
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Aumund) Hammersbecker Straße
Bremen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Lesum) Kellerstraße
Breslau
(now Wrocław, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße Friedrich-Ebert-Straße/Mickiewicza street
Budapest Hitler Adolf tér (1938-1945) Kodály körönd
Cologne Adolf-Hitler-Platz Platz der Republik/Deutscher Platz (Ebertplatz after 1950)
Cracow, Poland Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1939–1944) Main Market Square
Dortmund Adolf-Hitler-Allee Hainallee
Düsseldorf Adolf-Hitler-Platz Graf-Adolf-Platz
Düsseldorf Adolf-Hitler-Straße Haroldstraße
Eppingen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Brettener Straße
Essen Adolf-Hitler-Platz Burgplatz
Essen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Kettwiger Straße; Viehofer Straße
Esslingen Adolf Hitlerplatz - / Marktplatz
Euskirchen Adolf-Hitler-Straße Hochstraße
Festenberg
(Now Twardogóra, Poland)
Adolf Hitler Platz Plac Piastow
Frankfurt am Main Adolf-Hitler-Anlage Gallus-Anlage
Freising Adolf-Hitler-Straße Obere Hauptstraße
Gotenhafen
(now Gdynia, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße Świętojańska
Hagen Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1945-1960) Ebertstraße; function as main street and B7 taken over by nearby Graf-von-Galen-Ring and half of the street being destroyed in 1960; (1960-present) Am Hauptbahnhof
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Platz Rathausmarkt
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Winterhude) Bebelallee
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Altona) Platz der Republik
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Damm (Wandsbek) Friedrich-Ebert-Damm
Hamburg Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Wilhelmsburg) Wilhelmsburger Reichsstraße
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Hermann-Göring-Platz after 15 September 1933) Corvinusplatz
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Platz Theaterplatz
Hannover Adolf-Hitler-Straße Bahnhofstraße
Iglau
(now Jihlava, Czechia)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Masarykovo náměstí
Jägerndorf
(now Krnov, Czechia)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Hlavní náměstí (Main Square)
Kiel Adolf-Hitler-Platz Neumarkt/Rathausplatz
Leslau
(now Włocławek, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Platz Plac Wolności (Freedom Square)
Litzmannstadt
(now Łódź, Poland)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1939–1944) Piotrkowska Street[1]
Memel (now Klaipėda, Lithuania) Adolf-Hitler-Straße before 1939, Prezidento Smetonos Alejo / Präsident Smetona Allee
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Pasing) Avenariusplatz
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Allee (Solln) Diefenbachstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Obermenzing) Verdistraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Untermenzing) Eversbuschstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Allach) Vesaliusstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Aubing) Limesstraße
Munich Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Lochhausen) Schussenrieder Straße
Nuremberg Adolf-Hitler-Platz Hauptmarkt
Osnabrück Adolf-Hitler-Platz Neumarkt
Osnabrück Adolf-Hitler-Straße Bramstraße
Riga, Latvia Adolf-Hitler-Allee (1942–1944)
Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1942–1944)
Brīvības bulvāris
Brīvības iela
Rome, Italy Viale Adolf Hitler Viale dei Partigiani
Saarbrücken Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1935–1945) Bahnhofstraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße Planie
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Birkach) Bei der Linde
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Platz (Stammheim)
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Feuerbach) Stuttgarter Straße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Plieningen) Paracelsusstraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Möhringen) Laustraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Straße (Vaihingen) Böblinger Straße/Hauptstraße
Stuttgart Adolf-Hitler-Kampfbahn (Bad Cannstatt) Neckarstadion
Tallinn, Estonia Adolf-Hitler-Straße (1942–1944) Narva maantee
Tartu, Estonia Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1942–1944) Raekoja plats
Valkenburg, Netherlands Adolf Hitler-Allee (1942-1944) Kloosterweg
Vienna Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1938–1945) Rathausplatz
Sofia, Bulgaria Adolf Hitler blvd. [2]
Warsaw, Poland Adolf-Hitler-Platz (1939–1944) Piłsudski Square, formerly Plac Saski (Saxon Square, named after the Saxon Palace) 1818-1928, 1939-40, 1945-46
Zittau Adolf-Hitler-Straße

See also

Notes

  1. ^ Die Chronik des Gettos Lodz/Litzmannstadt: 1943. Wallstein Verlag. 2007. p. 334.  
  2. ^ http://novinar.bg

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