Located just to the north of Berlin, Sachsenhausen was the concentration camp closest to the Nazi capital and became a paradigm of their system of terror. Follow us outside the city to the remains of the camp and hear the life story of pastor Martin Niemöller, incarcerated in the Gestapo prison, as an example of the german history in the 20th century. Learn more about the struggle for survival of the prisoners between the Appellplatz and the forced labour, always watched by the SS guards in Watchtower A and get to know how the camp-oldest Harry Naujoks tried to help the other prisoners survive with the help of the communist resistance. Through the preserved photographs and objects in the remaining buildings such as Barrack 38 you will get a better understanding of the life in the camp. The tour culminates with the ruins of Station Z, the camp's execution unit.