A watch and some jewellery, a wedding ring and some documents, a few letters and photos. The Nazis took away people’s personal belongings in the concentration camps. About 2,500 personal belongings of former concentration camp prisoners are still kept at the Arolsen Archive until they can be returned to the families of their owners. Thanks to the #StolenMemory campaign launched in 2016, several hundred families have already been found, often with the help of volunteers who help with searches in different countries.
Visit the free exhibition on the market in Zonnebeke