Flossenbürg Memorial, Photo: Thomas Dashuber
More than 70 years after the end of National Socialism, the memory of the victims is an integral part of the German culture of remembrance. The handling of the structural remains of the Flossenbürg concentration camp shows the cycles of remembrance in the Federal Republic as if under a burning glass. It becomes clear that commemoration was not always self-evident. The themed tour, using selected photos, documents, objects and signs of commemoration and placing them in their historical context, is dedicated to the various players, presenting the different phases of suppression, concealment and remembering since the liberation of the camp.
We recommend a prior knowledge of the concentration camp system and the post war history.