In the local community of Bad Friedrichshall-Kochendorf, three locations remind of the existence of a former concentration camp: the former KZ terrain, the permanent exhibition in the salt mine and the KZ cemetery, which originally was the mass grave of the camp.
On the terrain, nothing is left to see of the camp itself. Today, one finds a memorial stone and a bronze plaque with a picture of the camp in its original condition.
The permanent exhibition in the salt mine, gives visitors insight through original documents about the history of the camp, forced labour and the fate of individual victims. The exhibition is located in the same location where the former KZ prisoners once had to work for the armament firm Heinkel. It is open for visitors from May to October.
On the cemetery, which is freely accessible, several memorial plaques, some of them in Hebrew script, are positioned, reminding us of the Jewish victims.
Guided tours can be booked via the Miklos-Stein-Foundation.
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