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    List of NPEA schools

    Name of NPEA Location Opened (closed) Notes
    1 NPEA Achern Achern 1941 Female NPEA
    2 NPEA Annaberg Annaberg 1st of Sept 1943 (was closed down around 9 months later)
    3 NPEA Backnang Backnang 2nd of May 1934
    4 NPEA Ballenstedt (I) Ballenstedt May 1934 1941 NPEA Anhalt
    5 NPEA Ballenstedt (II) Köthen 1938
    6 NPEA Bensberg Bensberg 1st of June 1935
    7 NPEA Berlin-Spandau Berlin-Spandau 30th of Jan 1934
    8 NPEA Böhmen Kuttenberg (Kutna Hora) 1944
    9 NPEA Breitensee Breitensee 13th of March 1939
    10 NPEA Donnersberg Weierhof 1941
    11 NPEA Emsland Haselünne 17th of Oct 1941
    12 NPEA Gottweig Vorau 1937 (1937) re-opened 1941
    13 NPEA Hubertendorf-Turnitz Hubertendorf-Turnitz 1939
    14 NPEA Ilfeld Ilfeld 20th of April 1934
    15 NPEA Klotszche Klotzsche (Dresden) 1st of April 1934
    16 NPEA Köslin Köslin 15th of July 1933
    17 NPEA Lambach Lambach 1942 (1944)
    18 NPEA Loben Loben Converted to NPEA on September 5, 1940. Officially opened on 1st of April 1941
    19 NPEA Luxemburg Kolmar-Berg 1941
    20 NPEA Mokritz Mokritz 1942
    21 NPEA Naumburg Naumburg 15th of March 1934
    22 NPEA Neubeuern Neubeuern May 1942
    23 NPEA Neuzelle 1934 Neuzelle 1934 preparatory school for NPEA Potsdam 1934 to 1938)
    24 NPEA Oranienstein Oranienstein 1st of April 1934
    25 NPEA Plön Plön 1st of May 1933
    26 NPEA Potsdam (I) Potsdam 1933
    27 NPEA Potsdam (II) Grosses Militär-weisenhaus Potsdam 1934 (1937)
    28 NPEA Reichenau Reichenau 1941
    29 NPEA Rottweil Rottweil 1st of April 1936
    30 NPEA Rufach Rufach Oct 1940
    31 NPEA Rügen Putbus 1st of Sept 1941
    32 NPEA Schulpforta Schulpforte 1st of July 1935
    33 NPEA Seckau Seckau 1941
    34 NPEA Spanheim Spanheim (St. Paul /Lavanttal) 1941
    35 NPEA St-Veit St.Veit July 1942
    36 NPEA St-Wendel St.Wendel 1st of Sept 1941
    37 NPEA Stuhm Stuhm 1st of Oct 1934
    38 NPEA Sudetengau Ploschkowitz 10th of Oct 1940
    39 NPEA Theresianum Wien-Theresianum 13th of March 1939 (this NPEA had an annexe at Burg Strechau. Triangle: NPEA Wien-Theresianum)
    40 NPEA Traiskirchen Traiskirchen 13th of March 1939
    41 NPEA Vorau Burg Vorau (prior to NS period: Stift Vorau). Steiermark Opened 1940
    42 NPEA Wahlstatt Wahlstatt 8th of April 1934 (1937)
    43 NPEA Wartheland Reisen 1940
    44 NPEA Wien Wien-Boerhavegasse Female NPEA





    Updated: April 2017

    Note: Sulzbacher Waisenhaus at Sulzbach-Rosenberg. Was apparently an orphanage used to house younger children from NPEA Potsdam due to bombing in 1941/2.


    Sources:

    NPEA Sudetengau: Link
    Koch - Die Geschichte der HJ
    Klüver - Die Adolf-Hitler Schulen
    Morlang - NPEA Oranienstein 1934-1945
    Hilgemann - Atlas zur deutschen Zeitgeschichte 1984
    'Chronik der Volksschule (Hindenburgschule) Diez 1934
    RAD Verordnungsblatt 5th of May 1942 Link


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    Garry, I've seen a Gebeitsdistrict triangle for NPEA Ilfeld in photos. Would there have been triangles for each of these schools? Or would some of them have just worn the NPEA triangle? I wonder what criteria was used to determine if a school got it's own triangle.

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    Hi Garry,
    according to Weitze,it would seem that there would have been another NPEA school in Bensheim.
    This city is located in the district of Hessen-Nassau near Mannheim,Germany.
    I don't have more informations at the moment.
    Best regards

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    I believe NPEA triangles are among the rarest triangles to find.

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    I'd have to agree Joe, I NEVER see them up for sale.:(

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    This would be my choice : Kuttenberg ( Kutna Hora ) NPEA Böhmen
    But that's probably only funny to dutch people...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gefolgschaft View Post
    Garry, I've seen a Gebeitsdistrict triangle for NPEA Ilfeld in photos. Would there have been triangles for each of these schools? Or would some of them have just worn the NPEA triangle? I wonder what criteria was used to determine if a school got it's own triangle.
    Yes Darin. The regulations I have here showing the details of NPEA uniforms on their introduction in 1937 state that the triangles had NPEA and the respective school name.

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    Greetings,

    for many photos see "Ullsteinbild" and "Bildarchiv Preussischer Kulturbesitz".

    Both photo online databases concern to very many photos reg. the terms NPEA, and Napola.

    In the Ullsteinbild database is a very nice photo of a member of the NPEA Oranienstein, showing the triangle...

    To sorry, I am not allowed to post the direct links. :mellow:

    Häwelmann

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    P.S. My mothers elder brother H. (1933-2008), was a scholar in the NPEA "Spanheim" , in Kärnten, Austria.

    I like to scan and share some photos later, please be patient...

    Häwelmann

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    Hi Häwelmann and welcome to the forum. Posting links to those particular websites would be perfectly okay.

    It would be great to hear more about your uncle's time at Spanheim.

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