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Young Hitler

A Dictator’s Formative Years 1889–1914

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Date Title Time
Sun 26.09Public Guided Tour through Young Hitler“

Duration 60 minutes, max. 25 persons, guided tour ticket € 3 (plus admission).

No registration required (“first-come-first-served”).

No 3G proof” is required to take part in a guided tour

2:30 pm–3:30 pm
Sun 26.09Day of the Monument: Experts talk behind the scenes. Built for Everyone – an exhibition is created

As part of the Day of the Monument”, the Nordico invites you to take a look behind the scenes of the upcoming exhibition Built for Everyone. Curt Kühne and Julius Schulte: Planning a socially inclusive Linz (1909 – 38)”. Research assistant Lisa Schmidt and guest curator Georg Wilbertz will provide unique insights and will be available to answer any questions participants may have.

4:00 pm–5:00 pm
Sat 02.10Long Night of Museums: Q&A about the exhibition Young Hitler“

The team of the Nordico Stadtmuseum are available for questions and discussions at the current exhibition Young Hitler”.

6:00 pm–11:00 pm
Sat 02.10Long Night of Museums: Family tour of the collection

100% Linz are packed into the collection show. Limited number of participants*. Tickets are available at the ticket office 15 min. before the tour.

6:00 pm–6:30 pm
Sat 02.10Long Night of Museums: How could this happen?

How could a young person in Linz become so radicalized? Could that also be the case today? Which social groups and associations contributed to a climate of racism and anti-Semitism back then? Were there voices of dissent? What is it like today? An interactive exploration of the exhibition The Young Hitler for families and youth. Participation possible at any time. Event in the framework of the Long Night of Museums.

6:00 pm–10:00 pm
Sat 02.10Long Night of Museums: Family tour of the collection

100% Linz are packed into the collection show. Limited number of participants*. Tickets are available at the ticket office 15 min. before the tour.

7:00 pm–7:30 pm
Sun 03.10Public Guided Tour through Young Hitler“

Duration 60 minutes, max. 25 persons, guided tour ticket € 3 (plus admission).

No registration required (“first-come-first-served”).

No 3G proof” is required to take part in a guided tour

2:30 pm–3:30 pm
Sun 10.10Public Guided Tour through Young Hitler“

Duration 60 minutes, max. 25 persons, guided tour ticket € 3 (plus admission).

No registration required (“first-come-first-served”).

No 3G proof” is required to take part in a guided tour

2:30 pm–3:30 pm
Thu 14.10Hitler’s Father. How the son became a dictator. Lecture and talk with Roman Sandgruber and Andrea Bina

Nordico director Andrea Bina talks with historian Roman Sandgruber about his more spectacular source find: a bundle of 31 letters written by Adolf Hitler’s father to Josef Radlegger, the Wels street foreman, which were saved from the Nazi era in an attic. Limited number of participants, ticket reservation required.

6:00 pm–7:00 pm
Sun 17.10Public Guided Tour through Young Hitler“

Duration 60 minutes, max. 25 persons, guided tour ticket € 3 (plus admission).

No registration required (“first-come-first-served”).

No 3G proof” is required to take part in a guided tour

2:30 pm–3:30 pm
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