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

11/28/2018 Exhibition

A City and Its Concentration Camp. An exhibition at Hamburg City Hall

"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 courtesy of the Hamburg Parliament at Hamburg City Hall from 17 January to 10 February 2019 to mark International Holocaust Remembrance Day. Read more

07/20/2018 Exhibition

“Only Ruins Lay Before Us.” Concentration camp prisoners on clearance detail following Operation Gomorrah

On July 19th, 2018, a new temporary exhibition opened at the St. Nikolai Memorial titled “Only Ruins Lay Before Us”. A collaboration between the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial and the St. Nikolai Memorial Development Committee, the exhibition is open daily at the St. Nikolai Memorial until September 29th, 2018. The exhibition describes the 1943 bombing campaign in Hamburg. Read more

09/20/2017 Report, Exhibition

An insight into the research and imparting work of the Memorial

Junior research fellow Lisa Herbst and trainee Marcin Schink give some information on the upcoming town hall exhibition in January 2018 and on their day-to-day work at the Memorial. Read more

06/16/2017 Exhibition

Art on display in the cafeteria

A small exhibition with pictures from Atelier Freistil was opened yesterday in the cafeteria of the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial Read more

09/08/2016 Conference, Exhibition

Call for Papers "The Curiohaus Trials in Hamburg: Nazi War Crimes Tried in British Military Courts"

From January 19 until February 8, 2017 and on the occasion of the Day of Remembrance for the Victims of National Socialism, the Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial will present the exhibition entitled "The Curiohaus Trials in Hamburg: Nazi War Crimes Tried in British Military Courts" in the Hamburg City Hall. We are currently looking for speakers to contribute to a conference which is to mark the end of the exhibition. 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

06/23/2016 Exhibition

Guided audio tour

The Neuengamme Concentration Camp Memorial has recently released a guided audio tour in English, in conjunction with its German and Russian versions. The guided audio tour leads visitors through 12 stations located throughout the Memorial and former concentration camp site, through use of audio, text, and pictures on your own smartphone. Read more