Picture: Visitors in the Starting Hall

Permanent Exhibition at the Information Centre

The exhibition under the Field of Stelae documents the persecution and extermination of the Jews of Europe and the historical sites of the crimes.


Picture: The travelling exhibition »›What was deemed fully legal at the time ...‹ – Soldiers and civilians tried before the courts of the military« at the St. Johannes-Evangelist-Kirche in Berlin

»›What was deemed fully legal at the time ...‹ – Soldiers and Civilians Tried Before the Courts of the Military«

The travelling exhibition is devoted to the victims of the National Socialist military justice.


Picture: The online exhibition »You're different«

»You’re different?« – An Online Exhibition

The online exhibition »You're different?« portrays young people from all over Europe, who were excluded and persecuted during the Nazi period for being »different«.


Picture: The exhibition »Registered, Persecuted, Annihilated: The Sick and the Disabled under National Socialism«.

»Registered, Persecuted, Annihilated: The Sick and the Disabled under National Socialism«

The exhibition shows how people with disabilities, mental illness and other nervous diseases were persecuted and murdered while National Socialism.


Picture: Burning Synagogue Hanover, 10 November 1938, © Historisches Museum Hannover

»Everything was burning« – Jewish life and its destruction in the Prussian provinces of Hanover and East Prussia«

The exhibition compares the situation of the Jewish population in the Prussian provinces of Hannover and Prussia and shows that the persecution and subsequent murder of the Jews followed similar patterns.


Bild: Die Ausstellung »Es brennt! 75 Jahre nach den Novemberpogromen 1938« in der Topographie des Terrors

»Fire! 75 Years after the Pogroms in November 1938«

The exhibition provides a comprehensive look at the incidents in November 1938.


Picture: People visiting the exhibition

»The Unknown Extermination Camp at Chełmno nad Nerem«

This exhibition charts the history of the unknown extermination camp at Chełmno nad Nerem and commemorates the more than 150,000 victims who perished there. It also shows the traces that remain 70 years after the crime.


Picture: Exhibition »Facing Justice – Adolf Eichmann on Trial«

»Facing Justice– Adolf Eichmann on Trial«

Original video footage from the trial forms the main focus of the exhibition.


»Mass Shootings. The Holocaust from the Baltic to the Black Sea 1941 – 1944«

The exhibition documents the crimes and pays tribute to the victims.