List of speeches given by Adolf Hitler

This list of speeches given by Adolf Hitler is an attempt to aggregate all of Adolf Hitler's speeches.

Speeches

DatePlaceSpeech
16 October1919MunichHofbräukeller - Hitler's first pre-arranged public speech. He had joined the German Workers' Party the previous month. 111 attended.[1]
13 November1919MunichEberlbrau - Hitler's second public speech - hecklers were violently ejected. 130 attended.
24 February1920MunichHofbräuhaus. First speech at a larger venue. 2000 attended. The 25 article political programme founding the new Nazi Party was presented [2]
11 May1920MunichHofbräuhaus.[3]
13 August1920MunichHofbräuhaus. Speech title "Why are we Antisemites?". 2000 attended. 2 hour speech interrupted 58 times by cheering[4]
3 February1921MunichFirst speech at the Circus Krone, Munich's biggest venue. Speech title "Future or Ruin" - denouncing reparation payment to Allies. 6,000 attended.[5]
4 November1921MunichHofbräuhaus. Meeting degenerated into a full scale brawl with political opponents while Hitler was speaking.[6]
9 November1921Munich...
12 April1922Munich...
18 September1922Munich...
13 April1923Munich...
24 April1923Munich...
27 April1923Munich...
1 May1923Munich...
1 August1923Munich...
12 September1923Munich...
26 February1924Munich Trial...
27 March1924Munich Trial...
27 February1925MunichBürgerbräukeller - Re-founding the Nazi Party. 3,000 attended. On 9 March 1925 Hitler was banned from public speaking by Bavarian government. Most other German states followed suit.[7]
4 July1926Weimar2nd Nazi Party Congress. 6-7,000 attended. First public display of SS.[8]
23 November1926Essen... (Party Convention)
6 March1927VilsbiburgOn 5 March 1927 the Bavarian government lifted the public speaking ban on Hitler, provided the initial speech was not in Munich. 1,000 attended.[9]
9 March1927MunichIn the Circus Krone for the first time since 1923. 7,000 capacity audience[9]
30 March1927MunichIn the Circus Krone. 5,000 attended[10]
6 April1927MunichIn the Circus Krone. Only 1,500 attended. "Hitlers magic no longer working"[10]
1 May1927BerlinIn the Clou concert hall - Hitlers first speech in Berlin. Hitler was still banned from making public speeches in Prussia so the only legal way he could speak was to make this a private event open only to 4,000 party members[11]
16 November1928BerlinOn 28 September 1928, following the poor performance of the Nazis in the 20 May 1928 general election, the Prussian government lifted its speaking ban on Hitler. This was Hitlers first speech in the Berlin Sportpalast (Germany's largest venue) which was packed to 12,000 capacity.[10]
2 May1930BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
18 July1930MunichOpening speech of the 1930 election campaign. 8,000 audience.[13]
3 August1930Frankfurt25,000 audience.[13]
5 August1930Würzburg8,000 audience.[13]
7 August1930Grafing4,000 audience.[13]
10 August1930Kiel4,000 audience.[13]
12 August1930MunichCircus Krone. 6,000 audience.[13]
15 August1930Essen30,000 audience.[13]
18 August1930Cologne20,000 audience.[13]
21 August1930Koblenz12,000 audience.[13]
26 August1930Ludwigshafen20,000 audience.[13]
29 August1930MunichCircus Krone. 6,000 audience.[13]
4 September1930Königsberg16,000 audience.[13]
6 September1930Hamburg10,000 audience.[13]
7 September1930Nuremberg15,000 audience.[13]
8 September1930Augsburg10,000 audience.[13]
10 September1930BerlinSportpalast - 16,000 audience.[14]
12 September1930BreslauJahrhunderthalle - 20,000-25,000 audience.[14]
13 September1930MunichCircus Krone. 6,000 audience. Last speech of the 1930 election campaign. At the 14 September 1930 election the Nazi Party increased its seats in the Reichstag from 12 to 107, becoming the 2nd largest party. A political earthquake.
4 December 1930 Berlin Hasenheide - in front of students[15]
19 May1931BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
1931Berlin... (Hasenheide Beer Hall)
27 January1932Düsseldorf... (Industry Club)
9 February1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
27 February1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
4 April1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
22 April1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
27 July1932Berlin... (Berlin Stadium)
1 September1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
2 November1932BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
20 January1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
22 January1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
1 February1933Berlin... (Proclamation to the German Nation)
10 February1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
15 February1933Stuttgart...
2 March1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
23 March1933Berlin...
8 April1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
1 May1933Berlin... (At Tempelhof airfield)
24 October1933BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
10 November1933Berlin... (At Siemens Factory)
13 July1934Berlin... (Justification of his actions against the SA leadership in the Night of the Long Knives)
8 November1934Munich...
9 November1934Munich...
12 September1936Nuremberg... (Labour Front)
14 September1936Nuremberg...
30 October1936BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
30 January1937Reichstag...
19 July1937Munich... (On the Opening of the German House of Art)
5 November1937... (given to Foreign Minister and military heads of the Reich)
28 March1938BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
1 April1938Stuttgart... (Schwaben Hall)
1 May1938Berlin... (Olympic Stadium)
1 May1938Berlin... (Lustgarden)
26 September1938BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
5 October1938BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
9 October1938Saarbrücken...
6 November1938Weimar...
9 January1939BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
30 January1939Berlin...("Prophecies" the "annihilation [of European Jewry]" to the Reichstag)
1 April1939Wilhelmshaven...
28 April1939Berlin...(Response to Franklin Roosevelt)
22 August1939Berchtesgaden...Obersalzberg: speech to military leaders, Invasion of Poland will begin
1 September1939Danzig...Germany Could No Longer Remain Idle (I WILL AGAIN PUT ON MY UNIFORM)
19 September1939Danzig...
6 October1939Berlin...
10 October1939BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
24 January1940BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
30 January1940BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
3 May1940BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
19 July1940Reichstag...
4 September1940BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
18 December1940BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
10 December1940Berlin... (Rheinmetall-Borsig Works)
30 January1941BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
24 February1941Munich...
16 March1941Berlin...
6 April1941Berlin... (Order of the Day)
4 May1941Reichstag, BerlinAddress to the Reichstag
3 October1941BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
11 December1941KrolloperDeclaration of war against United States
30 January1942BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
15 February1942BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
30 May1942BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
28 September1942BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
30 September1942BerlinIn the Sportpalast.[12]
9 November1942Löwenbräukeller (Stiglmaierplatz)Hitler Stalingrad Speech
23 March1943BerlinZeughaus: Address to the Heldengedenktag
11 November1943BreslauJahrhunderthalle: Address to 10,000 officer cadets
1 July1944BerlinReichskanzlei: Act of state, funeral speech Generaloberst Dietl
4 July1944BerchtesgadenPlatterhof, Obersalzberg: Speech to 200 senior managers of German industry
20 July1944Wolf's LairRadio address following assassination attempt by Claus von Stauffenberg
1 January1945AdlerhorstFührerhauptquartier: Radio address: New year speech
30 January1945Reichskanzlei, BerlinRadio address: Anniversary of coming to power (Last Speech)

Other

Only one known recording exists of Hitler's voice when not giving a speech. An engineer for Finnish state broadcaster YLE secretly recorded 11 minutes of Hitler's 1942 meeting with Finnish leader Carl Gustaf Emil Mannerheim (see Hitler and Mannerheim recording).

References

  1. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 140
  2. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 141
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  4. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 152
  5. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 156
  6. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 176
  7. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 266
  8. Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 278
  9. 1 2 Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 292
  10. 1 2 3 Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 293
  11. SPIEGEL ONLINE, Hamburg, Germany (29 November 2012). "Conquering the Capital".
  12. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 32 "BERLIN WEST AND SOUTH".
  13. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 Mühlberger, Detlef (23 May 2017). "Hitler's Voice: Organisation & development of the Nazi Party". Peter Lang. Retrieved 23 May 2017 via Google Books.
  14. 1 2 Ian Kershaw Hitler:1889-1936 Hubris. Penguin, 1998. page 330
  15. Brechtken, Magnus (2017). Albert Speer. Siedler. p. 31.

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