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11/01/2017 Archival Research

Important records revealed

On October 27, 2017, when Roland Roumilhac would have been 108 years old, his son Jean-Claude, his daughter-in-law and his three grandchildren visited the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial for the first time. They brought amazing documents from his father’s time in Neuengamme with them. Read more

08/25/2017 Report

In Search for His Uncle’s Graves

What motivates a man of over 60, from Eastern Ukraine, to travel to Northern Germany for his first trip abroad? Read more

10/24/2016 Archival Research

Dr. Victor Fenyes's Legacy in the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial

Dr. Victor Fenyes's daughters have lent their father's legacy to the archives of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. It has thus been made available for research while remaining family property. Read more

05/05/2016 Commemorative ceremony, Report

Commemoration Ceremony at Bullenhuser Damm with a Special Guest

Grete Hamburg donates the stamp album that belonged to her brother Walter Jungleib, who was killed at Bullenhuser Damm, to the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Read more

04/07/2016 Report

Successful book presentation in the state library Hamburg: Consequences of perpetratorship of parents and grandparents on their descendants

The focus of an event by the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial and the State Library of Hamburg on April 5, 2016 were the disputs and discussion within the families of former perpetrators. Read more

03/16/2016 Commemorative ceremony

Forum „Future of Remembrance“: 30.4.-2.5.2016

During the Forum "Future of Remembrance" descendants of former concentration camp prisoners, members of survivors associations, Neuengamme Memorial staff and organizations supporting its work as well as young adults and other interested individuals can discuss questions regarding the future of remembering the time of National Socialism. Read more