Hadamar Memorial Museum offers various possibilities to conduct research.
This includes, in particular, the digital data base of persons in which almost all of the approximately 15,000 “euthanasia” victims who were murdered at the Hadamar killing centre between 1941 and 1945 are recorded by name.
The database collects information about the individual victims of the Nazi “euthanasia” crimes. However, not all information is available for all persons.
The database serves as a basis for providing information to the relatives of victims, but also to researchers.
We generally carry out the search for you using the database. However, if your inquiries are too extensive, we ask that you come to the Memorial Museum and carry this research out yourself. As a general rule, you can conduct research using the database on-site.
In addition to the database of persons murdered, you can use our archive, collection and documentation to conduct your own research or make inquiries on various areas of investigation. These areas include the following main topics: