Adolf Hitler was sworn in a Chancellor of Germany by Paul von Hindenburg at the Church in 1933.
It burned down in the fires caused by the Allied bombing in 1945.
Starting in 1936 the Eagle reverse was replaced with an eagle holding a wreathed swastika, similar to the 2 Reichsmark.
The silver 5 Reichmark issued in 19 pictures the Potsdam Garrison Church where Hitler was sworn into office on one side and an eagle and two small swastikas on the other.
Included are the following coins: The bronze 1 and 2 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1940 with an eagle and swastika.
The aluminum-bronze (brass) 5 and 10 Reichspfennig issued from 1936 to 1939 with an eagle and swastika.
Nazi Germany used three different designs on their regular issue 5 Reichsmark coins.
The first pictured the Potsdam Military Church, also called the Potsdam Garrison Church, on one side and an eagle and two small swastikas on the other. The Church was built by Prussian King Friedrich Wilhelm I between 17.