07/20/2018 Exhibition

“Only Ruins Lay Before Us.” Concentration camp prisoners on clearance detail following Operation Gomorrah

On July 19th, 2018, a new temporary exhibition opened at the St. Nikolai Memorial titled “Only Ruins Lay Before Us”. A collaboration between the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial and the St. Nikolai Memorial Development Committee, the exhibition is open daily at the St. Nikolai Memorial until September 29th, 2018. The exhibition describes the 1943 bombing campaign in Hamburg. Read more

07/06/2018

Bus replacement service in July

Please note: From 07.07.–29.07.2018 there is a bus replacement service between Berliner Tor and Bergedorf. Please check, if your journey from Hamburg... Read more

06/05/2018 News

Mourning the Loss of Hana Weingarten

We are deeply saddened to announce the passing of Hana Weingarten, who died on the 1st of June in Tel Aviv. Born in Czechoslovakia in 1929, Hana... Read more

05/08/2018 Commemorative ceremony

Overview of the Events on the Occasion of the 73. Anniversary of the End of the War and the Liberation of Concentration Camps

05/07/2018 Commemorative ceremony, Report

Commemoration at Bullenhuser Damm

Friday, April 20, 2018, a commemoration was held at the Bullenhuser Damm Memorial, where 73 years ago 20 children, their four caregivers, and 24... Read more

05/03/2018 News

In memoriam of Wim Aloserij

With deep sadness, we regret to inform the public that Wim Aloserij passed away last night. He arrived in Hamburg on Monday from the Netherlands in order to participate in the events of the Liberation Day ceremony. Read more

04/30/2018 Project

Art project to commemorate the children of Bullenhuser Damm

Every year on the 20th of April we commemorate the children of Bullenhuser Damm. And every year students think about the most creative way to do that. Read more

04/26/2018 News

Register now for the International Summer Camp in the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial will be hosting another international summer camp in cooperation with Service Civil International (SCI)... Read more

03/23/2018

We Mourn the Loss of Dagmar Lieblová

Our friend Dagmar Lieblová is dead. She died on 22 March 2018 in Prague at the age of 88.

We greatly valued Dagmar as a wise, warm, tolerant and urbane partner and a pillar of our work here at the Memorial. A few years ago, she published the story of her family and her persecution at the hands of the Nazis in a small volume which was translated into several languages. The English edition is entitled Someone Made a Mistake, So I Am Here Now. The Dagmar Lieblová Story. Read more

12/19/2017 Commemorative ceremony

73. Anniversary of the Liberation of Concentration Camps May 2018

Commemorative Events Organized by the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial on the Occasion of the 73. Anniversary of the End of the War and the Liberation of Concentration Camps 2018

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