Remembrance across borders: the future of cooperation

Based on international cooperation, the website provides access to targeted documentation to better understand the history of the Natzweiler concentration camp, as well as its subcamps in France and Germany, embedded in a complex, interdependent network.

The resources available include maps, historical information, testimonies, educational tools and a list of multimedia references, providing in-depth knowledge about the Nazi system of repression and deportation.

The website is oriented towards the future, also presenting cross-border cultural projects, designed by students, artists, and others, and it lists actions that have been taken with the aim of promoting this spirit of cooperation.

Backed by the European Centre of Deported Resistance Members (CERD) and the Association of Former Natzweiler Concentration Camp Complex Memorial Sites (VGKN), the website benefits from the participation of the Urbès and Metz-Queuleu memorial sites. It is supported in France by the National Office for Veterans and Victims of War (ONACVG), the Ministry of the Armed Forces and the Ministry of Culture, and in Germany by the State Agencies for Civic Education of Baden-Württemberg, Rhineland-Palatinate and Hesse, by the Regional Office for the Preservation of Monuments of Baden-Württemberg and by the Federal Government Commissioner for Culture and Media.