The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial regularly publishes information and overviews for visitors. These publications can be purchased at the Memorial or in our online shop.
The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial also publishes the following series:
Neuengammer Kolloquien is a series that presents the latest research on issues relating to the Neuengamme concentration camp, its history since the war as well as issues relating to education and remembrance. This series features research projects funded by external sponsors as well as exchange projects with the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial’s partners. Perspectives from other memorials are also included. The series is a scholarly publication.
Neuengammer Kolloquien (Shop)
The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial’s Neuengammer Studienhefte is a publication designed for informal and formal educators in school and non-school programmes. This series discusses selected conferences, workshops and projects at the Memorial that are of public interest. Special focus is placed on the culture of remembrance and how Nazi crimes have been dealt with in families and society since 1945.
Neuengammer Studienhefte (Shop)
This journal, which has been published by Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial since 1994, features the latest research on Nazi persecution in northern Germany. Each issue is devoted to a different theme seen from a regional historical perspective. Contributions and information about new events offer insight into the different projects at concentration camp memorials in northern Germany. Also included are book and film reviews, reading tips and information about conferences. The editorial team, consisting of research and education department staff at different memorials, ensures the journal’s high standards.
Beiträge zur Geschichte der nationalsozialistischen Verfolgung in Norddeutschland (Shop)
The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial’s annual exhibition in Hamburg City Hall on the Day of Remembrance for Victims of National Socialism (International Holocaust Remembrance Day) is often accompanied by an exhibition catalogue. These catalogues document the exhibitions, which focus on aspects of the history of National Socialism in Hamburg, persecution, resistance and slave labour. The catalogues also feature the latest research on contemporary history at a local, regional and international level.