Unknown perpetrators smashed the windows of a foundation’s headquarters that manages multiple Holocaust memorial sites in Germany.
The police are investigating vandalism committed at the headquarters of a foundation that manages multiple Holocaust memorial sites, reports The Jerusalem Post.
According to police sources, an unknown number of perpetrators tore an information board from the building’s outside wall and used it to smash the windows. The foundation filed charges with the police.
In the town of Celle, the Foundation for Memorial Sites in Lower Saxony oversees the memorials at the former Bergen-Belsen concentration camp and the Wolfenbüttel Prison, a prominent Nazi execution site, as places of commemoration and learning.
Photo credit: Foundation for Memorial Sites in Lower Saxony