Most of the sites of the murder of European Jews by Germans and their allies in World War II are now outside of Germany.
Memorial museums in Germany that focus specifically on the history of the mass murder of Jews are located, for example, at deportation sites. Other memorial museums pursue a biographical approach, for example Anne Frank’s story, which traces the exclusion, persecution, and murder of German Jews.
In most memorial museums, the Holocaust is listed as a historical chapter. The special harassment of Jews, compared to other groups of persecuted people in the respective context of Nazi persecution, is highlighted.
Furthermore, a large number of memorial museums and Stumbling Stones commemorate the history and fate of the persecuted Jews. Because of their number, not all of these memorials can be part of this overview, which focuses on working memorials.
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