Exhibition Catalogues

Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Field of Stelae and Information Centreation

Since its inauguration in 2005, millions of people have visited the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin. Located beneath the Field of Stelae, the Information Centre represents an integral feature of the memorial. This book provides an insight into its creation and the content of the permanent exhibition, which illustrates the scale of the persecution and murder of the European Jews, primarily through the use of individual testimonies.

Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (Publisher)
Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe. Field of Stelae and Information Centre; Berlin, 2018

ISBN: 978-3-942240-31-4
Price: € 5 plus shipping costs
Available at the Information Centre (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), in book shops and at info[at]stiftung-denkmal.de

Holocaust. Information Centre at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe

The new exhibition catalog to the exhibition in the Information Centre provides a comprehensive chronology of the persecution and extermination of the European Jews. The catalog describes the dimension of the Holocaust, the historic sites of the crimes and the sites of remembrance in detail. The main focus is on the fates of victims who are told through numerous personal documents. The President of the German Bundestag Prof. Dr. Norbert Lammert and the State Minister of Culture Prof. Monika Grütters wrote a foreword for the catalog. A great number of photographs, diary entries, letters and documents, that are not part of the exhibition, are documenting the systematic genocide of the Jews.

Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (Publisher)
Holocaust. The Information Centre at the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe
Berlin, 2016

ISBN: 978-3-942240-20-8
Price: € 39,95 plus shipping costs
Available at the Information Centre (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), in book shops and at info[at]stiftung-denkmal.de

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

In June 1941, the German Reich and its allies invaded the Soviet Union. 14 million civilians died in the ensuing war of annihilation, including over two million Jews. Most of the victims were murdered in mass shootings or asphyxiated in so-called gas vans. Around 30,000 Roma and 17,000 psychiatric patients also lost their lives. The mass murder was committed by the mobile killing squads (Einsatzgruppen) of the Security Police and the Security Service of the SS; by Order Police, Wehrmacht and Waffen-SS units and by local volunteer forces.

The exhibition »Mass Shootings. The Holocaust from the Baltic to the Black Sea 1941 – 1944« documents the crimes and pays tribute to the victims.

Stiftung Topographie des Terrors, Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden Europas (Publisher)
Mass Shootings. The Holocaust from the Baltic to the Black Sea 1941 – 1944, Berlin, 2016


ISBN: 978-3-941772-22-9
Price: € 16,00 plus shipping costs
Available in German and English at the Memorial's museum shop and at the information desk of the
Topography of Terror Documentary Centre an under
info[at]stiftung-denkmal.de

Tiergartenstrasse 4. Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist »Euthanasia« Killings

Picture: Cover of the catalog Tiergartenstrasse 4. Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist »Euthanasia« Killings

Catalogue of the open air exhibition to the Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist »Euthanasia« Killings.

Stiftung Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Publisher)
Tiergartenstrasse 4. Memorial and Information Point for the Victims of National Socialist »Euthanasia« Killings, Berlin

English
ISBN: 978-3-942240-19-2
Price: € 10,00 plus shipping costs
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in the Information Centre (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), in book shops and at

German
ISBN: 978-3-942240-18-5
Price: € 10,00 plus shipping costs
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in the Information Centre (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), in book shops and at

Easy Read Format
ISBN: 978-3-942240-15-4
Price: € 5,00 plus shipping costs, free Download here
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»Fire! 75 Years after the Pogroms in November 1938«

Picture: Cover of the Exhibition Catalogues »Fire! 75 Years after the Pogroms in November 1938«

The Foundations Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe, Topography of Terror and New Synagogue Berlin – Centrum Judaicum took the occasion of the 75th Anniversary of the ›Kristallnacht‹ in 2013 to revise and expand the exhibition »Fire!«, which was first shown in 2008. The exhibition is dedicated to the incidents that took place in the capital of the Reich, Berlin, and displays various examples of the architectural diversity of synagogues in Central Europe, their destruction and how synagogues and their ruins were dealt with after 1938. In this way the exhibition shows the different forms of remembrance in the Federal Republic, the GDR and reunited Germany, in Austria, the Czech Republic and France as well as in the former German territories that now belong to Poland and the Russian Federation.

Andreas Nachama, Uwe Neumärker, Hermann Simon (Publisher)
»Fire! 75 Years after the Pogroms in November 1938«
Berlin, 2013

ISBN: 978-3-942240-12-3
Price: € 15,00 plus shipping costs
Available in German-English: at the Memorial's museum shop and at the information desk of the Topography of Terror Documentary Centre and under

»Facing Justice – Adolf Eichmann on Trial«

Picture: Cover exhibition catalogue »Facing Justice - Adolf Eichmann on Trial«

Fifty years ago, in April 1961, the Jerusalem District Court opened proceedings against Adolf Eichmann, former SS Obersturmbannführer and head of section IV B 4 for “Jewish Affairs.” The trial became a major media event. But it was not only a single perpetrator in the Holocaust who was brought before the public eye. For the first time, descriptions by victims received attention around the world. In Jerusalem the era of contemporary witnesses had dawned. Eichmann’s appearance before the court also triggered discussions about the guilt and responsibility of individuals within the Nazi system. This exhibition, designed around the original film footage from the courtroom, is dedicated to these two aspects of the trial: witness testimony and the perpetrator’s strategy.

Gedenk- und Bildungsstätte Haus der Wannsee-Konferenz, Stiftung Topographie des Terrors, Stiftung Denkmal für die ermordeten Juden (Publisher)
»Facing Justice – Adolf Eichmann on Trial«
Berlin, 2011

ISBN: 978-3941772090

»FIRE!« Anti-Jewish Terror on Kristallnacht in November 1938

Picture: Cover exhibition catalogue »FIRE!« Anti-Jewish Terror on Kristallnacht in November 1938

The exhibition Fire! Anti-Jewish Terror on »Kristallnacht« in November 1938 and this companion volume document lesser known photographs from 1938/39 taken by both professional and amateur photographers.
The images and accompanying essays provide a vivid illustration of the actions of the perpetrators and the conduct of the German population. They make clear that the distinction between spectator and perpetrator was in fact a very fluid one. The reactions of the victims and the response from abroad are also examined.

Andreas Nachama, Uwe Neumärker, Hermann Simon (Publisher)
»FIRE!« Anti-Jewish Terror on Kristallnacht in November 1938
Berlin, 2008

ISBN (German): 978-3-9811677-4-0
ISBN (
English): 978-3-9811677-5-7
Price: € 15,00 plus
shipping costs
Available
at the Information Centre (Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe), in book shops and German: via the Stiftung Neue Synagoge Berlin - Centrum Judaicum,
English: at

»Materials on the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe«

Picture: Cover catalogue »Materials on the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe«

Foundation Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe (Publisher),
»Materials on the Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe«
Berlin, 2005

The catalogue is no longer available.