Cemetery visit

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Entering the Jewish Cemetery may be associated with some risk, due to the age of the cemetery and its structural condition. This information sheet should be signed at some cemeteries which are not open to the general public, before the key to the cemetery is handed over.

Merkblatt Jüdische Friedhöfe als pdf


In accordance with Halakha (Jewish law), we request absolute compliance with the rules, especially during renovation work.
Informationsblatt als pdf

Mass graves

This definitely incomplete list (in alphabetical order) only includes those locations involving Jewish people who were killed or died from illness.

The list of the scenes of crime is below.

Gunskirchen (Mauthausen) – Upper Austria

Bad Deutschaltenburg (Lower Austria)

Deutsch Schützen – Eisenberg (Burgenland)

Donnerskirchen (Burgenland)

Eggenfeld (Styria):

Enns (Upper Austria):

Ennsdorf (Lower Austria)

Felixdorf (Lower Austria)

Göstling an der Ybbs (Lower Austria):

Grossraming (Upper Austria)

Graz (Styria)

Graz-Liebenau camp

Hofamt Priel (Lower Austria)

Melk district

Klöch (Styria):

Lichtenwörth (Lower Austria):

Loretto (Burgenland)

Losenstein (Upper Austria)

Nestelbach – Lassnitzhöhe (Styria)

Paldau (Styria):

Präbichl (Styria)

Randegg (Lower Austria):

Rantenberg (Lower Austria)

Rechnitz (Burgenland) Rechnitz | Bahnhofstrasse without no. | Kreuzstadl

St. Margareten (Burgenland)

Schachendorf (Burgenland):

Schattendorf (Burgenland):

Siegendorf (Burgenland):

Sulzbach (Lower Austria): In April 1945, members of the SS shot 42 Hungarian Jews in a quarry.

Baden district

Termberg (Upper Austria): During the death marches in 1945 around 30 Hungarian Jews were [...] 

Thenneberg (Lower Austria): In April 1945, the SS in this district killed 12 Hungarian Jews.

Wandau (Styria):

Zistersdorf (Lower Austria):