Detailed information on the sponsors and general finances of the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds, and on the Board of Trustees, the Academic Advisory Board and the exhibition planners.
By June 1999, the financing of the project Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds, estimated at DM 21 million, was finally secured. The Federal Republic of Germany, the Free State of Bavaria, along with the Bavarian State Foundation, the Region of Middle Franconia and the City of Nuremberg took on the largest portion of the investment costs and thus entered into joint responsibility for this task of national significance. The City of Nuremberg undertook to bear the running costs of the Documentation Centre.
Even after 2001, the permanent exhibition and the Education Forum have been sustainably sponsored by:
A board of trustees, comprising leading figures from German public life, is committed to supporting the Documentation Centre Nazi Party Rally Grounds:
An academic advisory board guided the planning of the Documentation Centre in all aspects relating to its work as a museum and study centre. This board comprised leading experts on contemporary history:
Leading experts in the field of museum science:
The Bavarian Ministry of Cultural Affairs was represented by Dr. Peter März, Centre for Political Education in Bavaria, Munich.
nuremberg municipal museums
Dr. Volker Dahm (Institute for Contemporary History, Munich); Dr. Friedrich Kießling (Institute for History, Erlangen-Nürnberg University); Prof. Dr. Horst Möller (Institute for Contemporary History, Munich); Prof. Dr. Gregor Schöllgen (Institute for History, Erlangen-Nürnberg University); nuremberg municipal museums.
AV-Studio Nürnberg; Ernst-Gortner-Film; Reiner Holzemer Film; Max-Studio, Erlangen.
Dr. Eckart Dietzfelbinger, Frank Gutermuth, Torsten Halsey, Wolfgang Meyer, Dr. Ute Steinfels
soundgarden audioguidance (formerly eit-Systems), Eching