Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Centre

Estimated 26 million people were abducted by the Nazi regime and exploited as forced labourers during the Second World War.

The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Centre has the task of providing information on the history and dimensions of Nazi forced labour and making the fate of these men, women and children visible. The former accommodation barracks on the site of the only almost completely preserved forced labor camp from the Nazi era now serve as exhibition and event venues.

Visitors will also find an archive, a library, an international youth meeting place and numerous offers of historical-political educational work.

Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Centre
Britzer Str. 5
12439 Berlin
Germany
+49 (0) 30 - 63902880
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Recommended duration of visit: 2-4 Hours
Duration of a guided Tour: 120 Minutes
Admission: Free
Access for persons with disabilities: Available
Infrastructure for Children:

Tuesday - Sunday 10am-6pm

  • Guided tours optional
  • Tours in other languages

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