11/30/2022 News, Exhibition

New Online Exhibition #WhatDoYouWantToDo? (#Waswillstdutun?)

www.waswillstdutun.de: A new online exhibition portrays 21 people with diverse family histories during National Socialism and World War II and shows the impact of family history on identity, thinking and social action. Read more

07/07/2022 Exhibition

(Last) Signs of Life

Postcards from the Destinations of National Socialist Deportations from Hamburg and Northern Germany. A temporary exhibition of the denk.mal Hannoverscher Bahnhof. Read more

05/11/2022 Exhibition

Exhibition ‘Between Coercion and Concentration Camp. The Poor and the Marginalised in Hamburg during the Nazi Era’

From June 10 to July 3 the Foundation of Hamburg Memorials and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes is showing its new touring exhibition ‘Between Coercion and Concentration Camp. The Poor and the Marginalised in Hamburg during the Nazi Era’ at Hamburg City Hall. The exhibition will be complemented by an extensive accompanying programme of lectures, readings, theatre performances and tours throughout the city on the subject of persecution for socio-racist reasons. Read more

02/28/2022 Exhibition

Exhibition "Children in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp"

The exhibition “Children in the Bergen-Belsen Concentration Camp” will be on display at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial from 3 April to 26 June 2022. Read more

06/25/2021 Exhibition

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

From July 29 to August 11, 2021, the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial will present the traveling exhibition #StolenMemory. The Arolsen Archives are still in possession of approximately 2,500 envelopes with personal items–so-called effects–that were stolen from prisoners when they were sent to a concentration camp. Read more

04/21/2021 Exhibition

Exhibition in Neuengamme concentration camp memorial: Survived! And now?

The exhibition "Survived! And Now? Hamburg Victims of Nazi Persecution after their Liberation" is the first special exhibition to be shown at the Neuengamme concentration camp memorial after the reopening of the museums and memorials. The exhibition reports on the experiences and living conditions of survivors of National Socialist persecution in Hamburg. How did they fare in the weeks and months after their liberation? Read more

02/24/2021 Exhibition

Snow in Summer: The Future of Remembrance

An exhibition features photographs by Dutch photography duo Chris en Marjan online and is scheduled to run from March 12 to April 25, 2021 in the foyer of the main exhibition of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Read more

11/28/2019 Exhibition

Survived! Now what?

The exhibition "Survived! Now what? Hamburg victims of Nazi persecution after their Liberation" by the Hamburg Memorial Foundation and Learning Centres Commemorating the Victims of Nazi Crimes, supported by the Hamburg Parliament, will be shown from 16 January to 9 February 2020 at Hamburg city hall to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Read more

11/14/2019 Exhibition

Opening of the special exhibition Some Were Neighbours

On 4 November 2019 the special exhibition entitled "Some Were Neighbours" by the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (USHMM) was inaugurated at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial by Prof. Dr Detlef Garbe (Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial), Dr Klaus Mueller (USHMM) and Darion K. Akins (US Consul General Hamburg). Read more

07/08/2019 Exhibition

Again on display: Exhibition "A City and Its Concentration Camp"

"A City and Its Concentration Camp. Prisoners of the Neuengamme concentration camp in wartime Hamburg, 1943-1945" is the title of an exhibition by the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial which will be shown from 8 July to 23 August 2019 in addition to our main exhibition. Read more