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Concentration Camp Flossenbürg

Selected texts and pictures of the permanent exhibit on the history of the camp

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        LC Classifications2007
        The Physical Object
        Paginationxvi, 81 p. :
        Number of Pages42
        ID Numbers
        ISBN 103981181026

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It was established to provide forced laborers to factories in the region.


Arming the Luftwaffe: The German Aviation Industry in World War II. "I thought I was going to die," he says. Bloomington: Indiana University Press on behalf of the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum. Prisoners were forced to work in the caverns Richard I and II, producing tank engines for now and preparing the second site for intended production of tungsten and molybdenum wire and sheet metal by.

Comments The following tables will assist the researcher to understand some of the codes and abbreviations used in the database. During mid-1939, Nazi authorities planned to.

Flossenbürg Concentration Camp: The Boy Who Survived

Showcasing Businesses Since 1994 Best of the Web is an online platform connecting businesses and consumers backed by our team of editors. Economic expansion Concentration Camp Flossenbürg Nazi vanity both demanded raw materials, which the SS intended to sell to the state on the backs of slave laborers. The SS liquidated prisoners who they suspected might try to escape or organize resistance; most of the victims were Russians.

The whole camp was surrounded by an electrified barbed wire fence and watch towers. All but five of the defendants were found guilty, fifteen of whom were condemned to death, eleven were given life sentences, and fourteen were jailed for terms of one to thirty years. How often must he confront his pain? None of this work would prove even remotely adequate to house the accelerating influx of human beings. Salt for allowing us to place this portrait on this site. From above, you can look down on the grave markers, a guard tower and the crematorium, inside of which the Nazis burned huge quantities of corpses.

9,500 prisoners arrived after the evacuation of ; of 3,000 on one transport, only 1,000 arrived alive. It originated with the idea of quarrying granite for civilian building projects; at the end, Concentration Camp Flossenbürg work concentrated primarily on military production. Even today, the pain Terry feels is beyond words, his eyes filled with disgust and grief. For current visiting hours, please visit the of the museum.