Gedenkstätte und Museum Sachsenhausen-Archiv

  • Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen Archive

Address

Straße der Nationen 22
Oranienburg
Brandenburg
16515
Germany

Phone

49-(0)3301-200-300; +49-(0)3301-810912 [Director]

Fax

+49-(0)3301-200-302; +49-(0)3301-810928 [Director]

History

In 1976 the archive at the Memorial and Museum Sachsenhausen first opened, though not open to the public until 1993. The archive became a public archive in 2000.

Archival and Other Holdings

The archive holds documents pertaining to the history of concentration camps Oranienburg (1933-1934), Sachsenhausen (1936-1945) and the Soviet special camp Nr.1 / Nr.7 (1945-1950), as well as administrative documents of the memorial and museum.

Finding Aids, Guides, and Publication

The archive holds documents pertaining to the history of concentration camps Oranienburg (1933-1934), Sachsenhausen (1936-1945) and the Soviet special camp Nr.1 / Nr.7 (1945-1950), as well as administrative documents of the memorial and museum.

An inventory summary is available online: https://www.sachsenhausen-sbg.de/fileadmin/user_upload/Gedenkstaetten/Sachsenhausen/Archiv/Bestandsuebersicht_fuer_Webseite_logo_01.pdf (in German) An electronic database (EFB) (under construction) also exists: https://www.sachsenhausen-sbg.de/en/collection-and-research/archive/

Use of the archive for research purposes is possible with submission of an application form: https://www.sachsenhausen-sbg.de/sammlung-forschung/archiv/anmeldung-zur-benutzung-des-archivs/

Opening Times

Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday: 09:00 am to 04:30 pm Registration required

Sources

  • Claims Conference Mémorial de la Shoah