Memorials and Remembrance Sites

Rosenstraße Memorial

Two poster pillars were erected on Rosenstraße in March 1999 to commemorate the women’s protest that took place on Rosenstraße in 1943 and to document these historic events.

Remembrance Site on Kurfürstenstraße

A German-English poster exhibit was established in December 1998 in a bus-stop shelter of the no. 100 bus line. It is located in front of the property at Kurfürstenstraße 115/116 where, during World War II, a division of the Reich Security Main Office was located: the notorious “Jewish affairs” department (IV B 4) run by Adolf Eichmann.


Grunewald Synagogue Memorial

Two plaques at the Grunewald synagogue memorial that was dedicated on Franzensbader Straße 7/8 on September 12, 2003 recall the destruction of Jewish life in the Wilmersdorf district. It is the second bus-stop shelter project created in cooperation with the Wall AG.


Remembrance Site of the SS Economy Administration Main Office, 1942–1945

Since May 2005, a poster exhibit has been on display in front of the building at Unter den Eichen 135 in Berlin-Steglitz, providing information about the crimes of the SS office that was responsible for all the concentration camps during World War II. This site of remembrance was created in cooperation with the Wall AG and the artist Ronnie Golz.