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03/06/2020 News

Soldiers as Concentration Camp Guards

Saturday, 20 February 2021, 95-year-old German citizen Karl Friedrich Berger was deported from the USA and flown to Frankfurt by ambulance jet. In February 2020, an administrative court of the U.S. Department of Homeland Security ordered the deportation. Berger, who had lived in Tennessee since 1959, had filed an appeal, which was rejected. Read more

04/12/2016 Report

Great Applause After Striking Reading

„First and foremost we owe the knowledge about the atrocities committed in the Neuengamme concentration camp to the British investigations and the 35… 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