In Berlin: Tour of the Documentation Center

by Carl Kruse

The Columbia University Club invites readers of the Carl Kruse Blog to a private English-language tour of the Documentation Center for Nazi Forced Laborers to take place on Sunday, June 23 from 15:30 to 17:30 in Berlin.  The Center, located in Schöneweide, has the task of making the history of the 26 million men, women, and children forced into labor by the Nazis visible for future generations.  It is located on the site of an almost completely preserved camp.  

Address: Britzer Straße 5, Berlin-Schöneweide.  

Directions: From S-Bhf Schöneweide (lines S8, 9, 45, 46, 47, and 85) take the exit at the head of the train, turn left and walk one block to Michael Brückner Straße.  Cross the street and turn right.  Turn left on Fennstraße, which forks almost immediately.  Take the right part of the fork (Britzer Straße); the documentation center is on your right.  

The tour is free, but prior registration is required at

We look forward to welcoming you to what promises to be an educational afternoon.

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