The Federal capital of Germany, this is where Albert Speer completes his education at the Institute of Technology and as a young teacher of architecture is first taken to hear Hitler speak.
Adolf Hitler's Austrian hometown, this is scheduled for massive building plans before World War II begins, and in his final days in the Berlin bunker, he continues reviewing plans with architect Albert Speer.
A booming industrial town in southwestern Germany, this is Albert Speer's birthplace.
The capital of Bavaria, located just north of the Bavarian Alps, this is the birthplace of the National Socialist German Workers' Party (NSDAP: Nazis) and one of the three Institutes of Technology that Albert Speer attends.
This ancient Bavarian city figures prominently in Albert Speer's memoir as the site of his early achievements as an architect and as the bleak prison where he and fellow Nazi...
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