The archive of Flossenbürg Concentration Camp Memorial holds a heterogeneous collection of records, newspapers and newspaper clippings, photographs, maps and plans. The majority of records are duplicates from other archives and collections. The archive is complemented by a collection of figurative original objects from the camp and post-war period.
It is possible to use the online database, the "Memorial Archives," to research prisoners of the Flossenbürg concentration camp or one if its subcamps. Here you can search a part of our archival inventory without processing a user request.
The scientific library is publicly available by appointment. The library focuses on National Socialism, concentration camps, forced labor and culture of commemoration. Currently it includes approximately 7,000 units.
A visit to the archives is available from Monday to Friday by appointment.
Fax: +49 (0)9603-90390-99
Use of the archive and the provision of information is made upon written application.
The archive usage is chargeable according to the fee schedule of the Flossenbürg concentration camp memorial in the version dated January 1, 2016. Former prisoners and their families incur no search costs. The relevant data protection regulations must be observed.