“But our goal was the same: to survive at any cost!”

Jewgeni Nikolajewitsch Myschewski, Ukraine, 1998

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#StolenMemory - Touring exhibition at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial Site

#StolenMemory is part of a campaign launched in 2016 by the Arolsen Archives to find relatives of former concentration camp prisoners in order to return these personal items to their families.…

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Daily 1. July-5. August: Short Guided Tours for Individual Visitors

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... remember, when remembrance had to go digital...

Description During World War II, the Neuengamme Concentration Camp became the central concentration camp in northwest Germany with more than 85 sub-camps. As a result of the principle of…

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We mourn the death of Neonila Kurliak

Neonila Kurlyak, born in 1926, was deported from the USSR to Germany in 1943 as a teenager for forced labor. After an escape attempt, she was transferred to the Ravensbrück concentration camp in May…

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Memorials in Hamburg are open again

The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial is open for visitors again from 18 May 2021. The Bullenhuser Damm, Fuhlsbüttel and Poppenbüttel memorial sites as well as the info pavilion denk.mal…

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