Discover the National Socialism Documentation Center in Köln, Germany. As the largest regional memorial site dedicated to the victims of the Nazi regime, it offers a remarkable journey through Cologne’s history during the Nazi era. You will immerse yourself in its exhibitions, witness the preserved Gestapo prison, and gain invaluable insights into this significant European history chapter.
Fort VII, officially known as Konzentrationslager Posen, was a Nazi concentration camp in Poznan during the Second World War and the occupation of Poland. Since nobody knows for sure, there are different estimates about how many people died between the walls of the 19th-century fort surrounding the city. Between 4.500 and 20.000 people died while at Konzentrationslager Posen and we spent an afternoon there exploring the place.