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Memorial 

The Hammond Memorial, dedicated on 18 September 1966, is an expansion of the monument erected in 1950/51 by the States of Alderney. The memorial was made possible by a private initiative from the Hammond family, who financed the expansion and continues to tend the site today. The memorial is dedicated to the prisoners of Neuengamme concentration camp and other victims of National Socialism who were killed on Alderney.

A memorial plaque was build in 2008.

Directions 

At the fork in the road to Saye Bay, between Whitegates and Saye Farm.

Directions:

Please contact the Alderney Tourist Office

Victoria Street, St. Anne

Alderney

Channel Islands

Tel.: +44 1481 823737

Fax: +44 1481 822436.

Contact:

States of Alderney

States Office

PO Box 1

Alderney GY9 3AA

British Channel Islands

Tel.: +44 1481 822811

Fax: +44 1481 822436.

Website: www.memorialmuseums.org

 

Literature 

Madeleine Bunting: The Mod Occupation. The Channel Islands under German Rule 1940–1945, London 1995.

Karola Fings: Krieg, Gesellschaft und KZ: Himmlers SS‑Baubrigaden, Paderborn 2005

Willy Kreuzberg: Schutzhäftlinge erleben die Invasion. Ein Tatsachenbericht von Willy Kreuzberg, Weimar 1946.

T. X. H. Pantcheff: Alderney. Fortress Island. The Germans in Alderney, 1940–1945, Chichester 1981.

Solomon H. Steckoll: The Alderney Death Camp, London 1982.

Alderney (1st SS Construction Brigade)

Alderney 2011, The "Hammond Memorial", Robin Oakley

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