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09/24/2020 Project

Launch of Exhibition Project „Riga as a Place of Crime and Remembrance”

In September 2020 the Project “Remembrance place Riga – The Deportation from the German-speaking territory and the Holocaust in Occupied Latvia 1941-1944” (exhibition title TBC) will be launched at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. The Project by Dr. Franziska Jahn and Matthias M. Ester M.A., supported by the German Foreign Office, will be in collaboration with German and Latvian Partners, who will create a bilingual travelling exhibition to this Theme. Read more

05/11/2017 Commemorative ceremony

Inauguration of the Hannoverscher Bahnhof Memorial

The memorial commemorates all the Jews, Sinti and Roma who were deported from this place between 1940 and 1945. Read more

07/04/2016 Exhibition, Commemorative ceremony

Remembering Those Deported from the Train Station Hannoversche Bahnhof

The inauguration of the new park Lohsepark in the Hafencity district of Hamburg was celebrated on the weekend of 9–10 July 2016. The opening was celebrated with a variety of events, and the so-called Fault Line (Fuge), which is part of the memorial denk.mal Hannoverscher Bahnhof, was accessible to visitors for the first time. This walled walkway is a symbol of the deportation of 7,692 Jews, Sinti and Roma during the Second World War. Read more

02/24/2016 Time witness

Eye-witness talk with Hans Gaertner

Today, Holocaust survivor Dr. Hans Gaertner visited the Center for Historical Studies at the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial for an eye-witness talk. Read more

02/02/2016 Time witness

Eyewitness talk with Esther Bejarano

On January, 25th Esther Bejarano was invited for an eyewitness talk in the Centre for Historical Studies of Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial. Esther Bejarano read from her memoires “Erinnerungen. Vom Mädchenorchester in Auschwitz zur Rap-Band gegen rechts“ (Memories. From Women’s Orchestra in Auschwitz to the Rap-Band against the radical right wing). 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

01/13/2015 Time witness

Janusz Kahl: "My family and I were able to survive."

On January 15, 2015 Janusz Kahl will be one of three contemporary witnesses with whom Katharina Hertz-Eichenrode will talk about the massacres in Meensel Kiezegem, Murat, Putten and Warsaw during WW II Read more

01/05/2015 Exhibition

Deported to Neuengamme concentration camp – punitive actions by the Wehrmacht and SS in occupied Europe

An exhibit of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial with support from the Hamburgische Bürgerschaft (Parliament of Hamburg).

Opening times:

January 15th till February 2nd 2015

Monday–friday: 10–18:00

Saturday and Sunday: 10–13:00

Foyer of the City Hall Hamburg, Entrance free.

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