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The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center

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an excellent FREE museum based in old buildings for forced labourers during the nazi reign. lots of... read more

Reviewed 18 April 2018
markelders
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Interesting side off one of the darker chapters off german history

This is a side wich is only interesting if you are also interested in one of the darker chapters... read more

Reviewed 15 March 2018
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18 Apr 2018
“EXCELLENT”
15 Mar 2018
“Interesting side off one of the darker chapters off german history ”
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The last well-preserved former Nazi forced labor camp is located in Schöneweide. In the Second World War it served as one of the more than 3000 collective accommodations dispersed throughout the city for forced labourers. The museum offers two...more
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Reviewed 18 April 2018

an excellent FREE museum based in old buildings for forced labourers during the nazi reign. lots of info. (so a fair bit of time required) with free headsets and easilly numbered to use. there were hundreds and hundreds of these forced labour blocks around Berlin...More

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Reviewed 15 March 2018 via mobile

This is a side wich is only interesting if you are also interested in one of the darker chapters off German history. I found it a very interesting side to visit. The way off exhibition takes you trough the way the people lived here. Also...More

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Juliane G, Leiter Gästebetreuung at The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 19 March 2018

Thank you very much, for your review and most of all for your visit here at the museum. You are right, it's not a nice story we tell, but we believe that the story has to be told to be not forgotten.

Reviewed 4 September 2017 via mobile

So the subject matter can't be described as fabulous, but the way it is presented is fantastic, one of the best museums I have been to. It is certainly a museum to go to, to get an impression of how Berliners were acting like through...More

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Reviewed 26 June 2017 via mobile

The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, across from the topography of terror Berlin Across a small plaza from the Tophography of Terror and remaining Berlin Wall section The Documentation Centre for Nazi Forced Labour. Open Tuesdays- Sundays 10-6 pm. Admission is free. According to a...More

2  Thank Bridget H
Reviewed 14 January 2017

This museum and documentation center is a former forced labour camp from the 1940s. It's hosted in the barracks used to lodge the prisoners, which adds to the experience of understanding how it felt to be a part of this evil experiment. There are a...More

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Juliane G, Leiter Gästebetreuung at The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 30 January 2017

Thank you very much for this great review and most of all, thank you for finding the way to us.

Reviewed 18 November 2016 via mobile

In a residential area, easily found from S Bahn. Spent an interesting time going around the huts. Look out for cards in hotel.

1  Thank Ernie H
Juliane G, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 21 November 2016

Dear Ernie, Thank you for your visit and your rating here on TripAdvisor. Please let us know, if you know anything, we could do better. Best, Juliane

Reviewed 31 December 2015 via mobile

I visited here on Christmas Day. It was easy to find, about a 10 minute walk from the S bahn station and the walk was well signposted. The man working that day was really helpful, informative and friendly. The exhibitions were in English as well...More

2  Thank TraceyH050
Reviewed 25 June 2015

It's fantastic that an exhibit like this is free to visit. There was an almost overwhelming amount of information on display, and it was obvious that a great deal of effort and care was put into making it interesting and engaging. It was multimedia (as...More

2  Thank Gabriel R
Juliane G, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 29 June 2015

Dear Gabriel, Thank you very much for your review. We're very happy that you liked it so much. We always try our best, to make your experience here as good as we can. Best, Juliane

Reviewed 16 August 2014

Small but nice museum, with very nice audio guide, interactive points, pictures, life stories both audio and video, very informative, it doesn't take too long to visit, which is a nice feature for a museum to visit during a few days vacation in Berlin, and...More

2  Thank ronnyoutlaw
Reviewed 17 May 2013

We saw this premises advertised on a mini card display in our hotel (These cards are always worth a look, we have saved ourselves lots of cash with them). Having promised ourselves a trip out to Kopenick to visit the FC Union fan shop we...More

1  Thank Mark B
Juliane G, Leiter Öffentlichkeitsarbeit at The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, responded to this reviewResponded 22 May 2013

Thank you Marc for your comment, indeed, as promised we are finished. We know, people never believe exhibitions are getting finished when seeing the chaos up front. We opened the new exhibition on May, 7th and it's well accepted. Also the minicards will get a...More

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Raymond W
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Dear Mr. Wittenberg, There are unfortunately no simple files of people being forced laborers in Berlin. We suggest to get first in touch with the archive of the International Tracing Services Bad Arolsen which you easily... More
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