11/02/2020 News

Visiting the Memorials in Times of the Coronavirus

Please note: The exhibitions at Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial, Bullenhuser Damm Memorial, Fuhlsbüttel Memorial and Poppenbüttel Memorial are closed until 7th March 2021 due to a nation-wide decision by the Federal and State Governments in an effort to contain the Coronavirus pandemic. Read more

03/01/2021 News

We mourn the death of Roman Kamieniecki

In the night of 25-26 February 2021, our friend Roman Kamieniecki passed away due to Covid-19. He was most recently the president of the Association of Former Political Prisoners of Neuengamme concentration camp in Poland. 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 the reopening of the memorials to April 25, 2021 in the foyer of the main exhibition of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Read more

02/11/2021 News

Black History Month - Biographies of Black Prisoners of Neuengamme Concentration Camp

February is Black History Month: During this month, initiatives and institutions dedicate themselves to aspects of Black history, using both analogue and digital formats. For several years, this has also been happening more and more on social media platforms. In February 2021, we will be telling biographies of Black prisoners of Neuengamme concentration camp on our social media platforms. Read more

02/04/2021 Commemorative ceremony

We participated in the action "Lights Against Darkness"

The liberation of the Auschwitz death camp 76 years ago on January 27, 1945 did not mean the end of persecution, exploitation, oppression and murder of tens of thousands of people who continued to be imprisoned in concentration camps like Neuengamme. Especially in the last months of the war, thousands of prisoners died. We commemorated the suffering of the prisoners in an online event on Memorial Day for the Victims of National Socialism, coinciding with other memorials at sites of Nazi crimes. Read more

12/21/2020 Seasonal Newsletter

Year-end Circular Letter 2020/2021

We would like to take the opportunity of this year-end circular letter to thank you for all the support you have shown us in so many different ways throughout this peculiar year. We also want to give you a brief review of all the topics that have kept us busy over the past twelve months. Read more

12/18/2020 News

The Reflections Blog of the Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme

The Amicale Internationale KZ Neuengamme is pleased to introduce two new staff members for the Reflections blog. Since mid-November, Gyde Sönksen and Jonas Reinhardt have been supporting the Reflections blog and its social media presence as student volunteers. Read more

12/07/2020 Project

Seminar cycle Places of Violence, Places of Learning

How do former places of violence become places of historical-political education? What challenges and problems, but also opportunities and innovations does the transformation of former sites of violence into memorials offer? Are there different challenges in different countries? We are currently discussing these and other questions in a tri-national seminar cycle with multipliers from Albania, France and Germany. Read more

11/24/2020 News

Our friend Haim Liss has passed away

Today we received the sad news that our friend Haim Liss had passed away on November 14, 2020 at the age of 89 in Israel. Read more

11/20/2020 News

Yevgeny Malychin has passed away

Today we received the sad news that our friend Yevgeny Malychin passed away early in the morning at the age of 96 in Kharkov, Ukraine. Read more