Memorial Sachsenhausen – Oranienburg

ASF volunteers Roman and Evgeniia at the Sachsenhausen memorial. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz

The Sachsenhausen Memorial and Museum sees itself as a place of remembrance and learning as well as a modern museum of contemporary history. Its classic range of tasks, which includes collecting and preserving historical testimonies and relics as well as scientific research, is extended to include humanitarian care for survivors and relatives as well as the special significance of historical and political education.

Impressions and tasks of ASF volunteers

Volunteer Roman from the U.S. got involved at the Sachsenhausen Memorial near Berlin. Image: ASF/Ruthe Zuntz
ASF volunteer Evgeniia at the memorial site. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz
Guided tour at the memorial site. Image: ASF/ R. Zuntz
Roman and Evgeniia doing research work. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz
Shared flat in Berlin. Image: ASF/R. Zuntz

The Sachsenhausen Memorial has been welcoming visitors since 1993. As a volunteer you are part of the team and you support both education and research at the memorial.

Your tasks:

  • Guided tours through the exhibition and the grounds
  • cooperation in seminars and in the program of the memorial, for example work camps
  • Accompanying former prisoners.

Your accomodation in Berlin:

Your are living together with other ASF voluneers in a shared flat in Berlin.

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