The Nazi Forced Labor Documentation Center

The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Centre in Berlin-Schöneweide is the only institution on the historic site of an almost completely preserved forced labour camp in the middle of a residential area. Since 2006, it has been making visible the long-hidden fate of the more than 26 million men, women and children who were exploited as forced labourers by the Nazi regime during the Second World War.

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Exhibitions:

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Event

Further information

Date

01/06/2024 - 03/11/2024

Event

The whole of Europe played in Berlin. Football and Nazi forced labour | Exhibition
Football matches gave the appearance of normality. But who was allowed to play and who was excluded? Many players came from a little-known group of victims: The civilian forced labourers. The exhibition shows their stories and the racist ideology that underpinned the system.

DEEN

Further information

Book tours at
dpeoo.WBigdgpluehtir-a@nS
Contact on the topic of football and forced labour
ertparGhitogep@doppe.e

Date

Permanent

Event

Football and Nazi forced labour | Tour
Football was an important distraction for forced laborers during the Second World War from the hard work of everyday life and offered an opportunity for resistance. People from Eastern Europe were banned from sports for racist reasons. The tour provides insights into the inhumane system of forced labour.

DEEN

Further information

Book tours at
dpeoo.WBigdgpluehtir-a@nS
Contact on the topic of football and forced labour
ertparGhitogep@doppe.e

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