Levetzowstraße Deportation Memorial Berlin – ID: 164521 (all sizes)

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    Levetzowstraße Deportation Memorial Berlin

    Levetzowstraße Deportation Memorial Berlin
    Mahnmal-Levetzowstraße
    Stiftung Denkmal, 2010
    © Prosper Jerominus 2018

    One of Berlin’s largest synagogues was located in Levetzowstraße in the district of Moabit. In 1941, the National Socialists set up a collection camp for Berlin Jews from where they were deported to the east. Since 1988, a memorial on the synagogue’s former location commemorates the deported Jews of Berlin. […]

    With the outbreak of the Second World War in September 1939, large parts of Europe fell under German control. In Eastern Europe in particular a multi-tiered system of camps and extermination sites was established, in which the SS murdered up to six million Jews, among them around 165,000 German Jews. It is estimated that around seven million Germans lost their lives in the war, including almost 3.5 million civilians. Around 28 million residents of the occupied Soviet Union (both soldiers and civilians) and three million non-Jewish Poles met a violent death. These groups are still barely commemorated in Germany. 
    Germany came under Allied occupation in 1945 and 1949 saw the foundation of the German Democratic Republic (GDR) and the Federal Republic of Germany (FRG), who had very different cultures of remembrance. The GDR profiled itself as an »antifascist« state. The former concentration camps at Buchenwald, Ravensbrück and Sachsenhausen became »National Memorials« and primarily documented the communist resistance during the war. 
    In the Federal Republic, the dominant memory was initially of the victims of Allied bombing raids and those who had fled or been expelled from their homes in the former territory of the Third Reich. It was left to specific groups to remember Nazi persecution, the Holocaust or the resistance. With the exception of the war crimes trials, there was no public discussion of perpetrators or involvement in crimes. However, the situation was to change in the mid-1960s, when the statute of limitations for murder was lifted following a lengthy debate. Also during this period, memorial sites were established at former concentration camps (1965: Dachau and Neuengamme; 1966: Bergen-Belsen) and the German Resistance Memorial Centre was opened in 1968 in West Berlin. However, it was not until the 1980s that a diverse and often small-scale landscape of memory developed as the result of local initiatives. 

    Following German unification in 1990, a national memorial site concept was developed and there was a major review of German sites of memory. The Memorial to the Murdered Jews of Europe in Berlin was inaugurated in 2005 and a documentation centre »Flight, Expulsion, Reconciliation« is also planned for the capital. The Topography of Terror, a comprehensive documentation of National Socialist crimes and perpetrators, has opened with a new centre in May 2010.

    Source: https://www.memorialmuseums.org/laender/detail/5/Germany

     


     

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