On 17 July 2008 we were at Sachsenhausen. 30 kilometres north of Berlin.  When we where there you still feel the silent of death, the pain of those who suffered too much. A very emotional walk over the terrain of this former concentrationcamp. It was for the first time I saw a concentrationcamp in real. In spite of the many documentaries I have about the holocaust I was deeply impressed by what I saw. And so was my family. I have been given the advise to show it to my children, the next generation. I sincerely hope they will never forget. Today we live in a world where freedom is no longer obvious. This page is a tribute to the innocent Jews who were murdered in this camp. More about concentration camp Sachsenhausen
On 17 July 2008 we were at Sachsenhausen. When we where there you still feel the silent of death, the pain of those who suffered too much. A very emotional walk over the terrain of this former concentrationcamp. It was for the first time I saw a concentrationcamp in real. In spite of the many documentaries I have about the holocaust I was deeply impressed by what I saw. And so was my family. I have been given the advise to show it to my children, the next generation. I sincerely hope they will never forget. Today we live in a world where freedom is no longer obvious. This page is a tribute to the innocent Jews who were murdered in this camp.