02/02/2016 Report

Report about my first months as a volunteer at Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

My name is Olga, I come from Moscow, Russia. In 2015 I graduated from university and decided to dedicate a year to do something important. Read more

01/19/2016 Conference

International Forum: Divided Memory? Remembering Nazi Forced Labour in Twenty-First-Century Europe

A conference about forced labour March 9–11, 2016, Museum der Arbeit, Hamburg Read more

12/15/2015 Seasonal Newsletter, Annual Report

Seasonal newsletter

to the survivors of the Neuengamme concentration camp, their relatives and members of the Friends of the Memorial association Read more

12/08/2015 Project, News

New Cafeteria Opens – Collaboration with Elbe-Werkstätten

On 1 December, the new cafeteria officially opened in the main exhibition building. It is open to visitors and employees from Monday to Friday, 9:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m. The cafeteria serves warm and cold beverages at reasonable prices and will soon offer a small selection of snacks. Read more

12/01/2015 Archival Research

In which satellite camp were these photos made?

The archive of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial will appreciate any information. Read more

11/10/2015 Conference

New president of the AIN (Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme)

Jean-Michel Gaussot, the General Secretary of the French Amicale de Neuengamme, was elected President of the Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme (International Committee of former prisoners of Neuengamme Concentration Camp) on Saturday at the annual AIN congress. Read more

11/07/2015 Report, Commemorative ceremony, Time witness

50 Years of the International Memorial – The Reception by the Senate and Panel Discussion

On the occasion of the fiftieth anniversary of the inauguration of the International Memorial and the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial the Senate organized a reception at the City Hall. Read more

11/04/2015 Report

Every Story and every Voice Counts

The Blog "Reflections on Family History Affected by Nazi Crimes" let members of the "Amicale française de Neuengamme et de ses Kommandos" speak. Today: Yvonne Cossu-Alba. Read more

10/07/2015 Archival Research

A Moving Collection of Letters and Memorabilia

Today, Michael Rosenberg handed over his mother's original personal documents to the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Read more

09/29/2015 Report, Archival Research

The Short Life of Bartele Bijma

“Onderduiker” was the word used in the Netherlands to describe people who went into hiding, trying to escape the German occupier. Bartele Bijma was 20 years old when he went into hiding – he wanted to avoid compulsory work which meant being recruited to perform forced labor in the German armament industry. Eleven months later he died in the Neuengamme concentration camp. Read more