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The Mauthausen Memorial is registered on the ‘list of beneficiaries for donations’, meaning that your donation is tax deductible.

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Provided that you have ticked the box ‘I would like to make my donation tax deductible’ and have entered your personal details correctly, the amount donated will be noted automatically on your employee tax assessment/income tax return (applies only to people who pay tax in Austria).

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Your donation will be used to support all aspects of our memorial work

The Mauthausen Memorial is a former crime scene, a memorial site, a cemetery for tens of thousands of people murdered here, and a place for political and historical education. Its work seeks to entrench not only the history of the Mauthausen concentration camp and its subcamps in public awareness, but also the memory of its victims and the responsibility borne by the perpetrators and onlookers. At the same time, it has a mission to promote public critical debate about this history in the light of its relevance to the present day and future. The Mauthausen Memorial therefore researches and documents the history of the Mauthausen concentration camp and its subcamps, and makes it possible for visitors to engage critically with the history of the concentration camp through exhibitions, education programmes and events.

Your donation will be used to keep the memory of the victims of the Mauthausen concentration camp alive by supporting translations of their life stories

In 2013 the Room of Names was opened on the site of the former Mauthausen concentration camp. It contains the names of over 84,000 people who died in the Mauthausen and Gusen concentration camps and their subcamps between 1938 and 1945. For many of the dead, this was the first time they had been remembered by name.
Since 2016 these names have also been listed in the Virtual Room of Names, which forms one of the cornerstones of the work of the Research Center. The website invites users to publish biographies and photographs and, in 2020, the Center was contacted 400 times by relatives, researchers, associations, organisations and individuals. These exchanges resulted in a further 260 written biographies in 15 different languages. Between 2019 and 2020, it was possible to translate 176 biographies into German.
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