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Some of the thousands of Jewish children held in Nazi death camps

 

Companies that used NAZI Slave Labor

  • ADLER SA
    • Natzwiller-Struthof:
      • Frankfurt-Am-Main
  • AEG
    • Stutthof:
      • Thorn-Torun
    • Riga-Kaiserwal
  • AFA - WERKE
    • Mauthausen
      • Schwechat
  • ASTRA
    • Flossenburg: Chemnitz
  • AUTO-UNION
    • Flossenburg:
      • Hohenstein-Ernstthal
      • Zschopau
      • Zwickau
  • BAYER
    • Mauthausen
      • Passau III,
  • BMW
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau:
      • Abteroda
      • Eisenach-Thuer
    • Dachau:
      • Allach
      • Blaichach
      • Kaufbeuren
      • Lochhausen
      • Moosach
    • Natzwiller-Struthof
      • Geisenheim
    • Papenburg
      • Rastdorf-am-Werlte
    • Sachsenhausen
      • Konigswusterhausen
  • DEUTSCHES BERGWERKS UND HÜTTENBAU Gmbh
    • Mauthausen
      • Ternberg
  • DEUTSCHES ERD- UND STEINWERKE Gmbh.
    • Mauthausen
      • Linz III
  • EISENWERKE OBERDONAU Gmbh.
    • Mauthausen
      • Linz III,
  • RHEINMETALL BORSIG AG
    • Buchenwald and Dora Mittelbau
      • Dusseldorf
  • DAIMLER BENZ
    • Schirmeck (sur le Rhin)
      • Haslach
  • DORNIER
    • Dachau
      • Aufkirch-Kaufbeuren
      • Kaufering
      • Trutzkirch-Titzing
  • ERLA
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Thekla/Leipzig
      • Leipzig-Lindenthal
    • Flossenburg
      • Mulchen-Psankt-Micheln
  • FLUGMOTORENWERKE "OSTMARK" Gmbh (Steyer-Daimler Puch AG)
    • Mauthausen
      • Wiener -Neudorf
  • FORD
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Cologne Fordwerke
  • FORST UND GUSTVERWALTUNG DES STIFTES St. LAMBRECHT.
    • Mauthausen
      • Sankt Lambrecht
  • GOLDSCHMITT
    • Gross-Rosen
      • Langenbielau-Bielwa
  • GUSTLOF WERKE, Otto Eberhard patronenfabrik
    • Mauthausen
      • Hirtenberg, (sub-commando of sub-camp camp Wiener Neustadt).
  • HEINKEL
    • Buchenwald and Dora - Mittelbau
      • Gandersheim
    • Mauthausen
      • Wien-Schwechat
    • Natzwiller-Struthof (at the Rhine)
      • Zuffenhausen
    • Ravensbruck
    • Barth/Ostsee
    • Berlin-Shonefeld
    • Rostock-Marienehe
    • Schwarzenforst
    • Sachsenhausen
      • Oranienburg
  • Hofherr und Schrenz
    • Mauthausen
      • Haidfeld
      • Hinterbruhl
      • Molding
      • Wien
  • I.G. FARBEN INDUSTRIES
    • Auschwitz-Oswiecim Camp Central
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Wolfen-Bitterfeld
    • Gross-Rosen
      • Waldenburg
  • JUNKER
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Aschersleben
      • Helberstadt
      • Tarthun
  • KRUPP
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Essen
    • Gross-Rosen
      • Langenbielau-Bielawa
      • Markstadt-Laskowitz
    • Flossenburg
      • Nuremberg
    • Ravensbruck Camp Central
    • Furstenberg
    • Neubranbdenburg
  • MESSERSCMITT
    • Dachau
      • Asbach-Baumerheim
      • Augsburg
      • Augsburg-Pfersee
      • Burgau
      • Durach-Kottern
      • Fischen
      • Gablingen
      • Horgau-Pfersee
      • Kaufering
      • Moosach
    • Flossenburg
      • Joanngergenstadt
    • Mauthausen Camp Central
  • METALL UNION
    • Auschwitz-Oswiecim Camp Central
  • OBERILZMUEHLE ELEKTRIZITÄTSWERK
    • Mauthausen
      • Passau II,
  • OPTA RADIO
    • Flossenburg
      • Wolkenburg
  • OPTIQUE IENA
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Weimar-Fischtenheim
  • ÖSTERRAICHISCHE SAUERWERKS AG
    • Mauthausen
      • Sauerwerke
      • Wien
  • PHOTO AGFA
    • Dachau
      • Munich
  • PUCH
    • Mauthausen
      • Graz
  • RAX-WERKE Gmbh
    • Mauthausen
      • Wiener -Neustadt
  • SHELL
    • Neuengamme
      • Hamburg
      • Geilenburgh
  • SCHNEIDER
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Leipzig-Lindenthal
      • Meuselwitz
      • Raucha
  • SIEMENS
    • Auschwitz-Oswiecim
      • Bobrek
      • Trostberg
  • SOLVAY
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Bernburg
  • STAHLBAU-GESELSCHAFT Mbh.
    • Mauthausen
      • Linz III,
  • STEINVEREDELUNGSWERKE AG
    • Mauthausen
      • Attnang - Puchheim, (sub-kommando of Ebensee)
  • STEYR
    • Mauthausen
  • STEYER-DAIMLER PUCH AG GRAZWERKE II
    • Mauthausen
      • Aflens
      • Leibnitz, (sub-kommando of Peggau).
      • Peggau
      • Steyr-Municholz
    • Radom
  • TELEFUNKEN
    • Gross-Rosen
      • Langenbielau-Bielawa
  • UNIVERSALE HOSCH UND TIEFBAU AG.
    • Mauthausen
      • LOIBL PASS I and II,
  • VALENTIN
    • Neuengamme
      • Brema-Farge
  • VISTRA
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Wolfen-Bitterfeld
  • VOLKSWAGEN
    • Neuegamme
      • Fallersleben
      • Wolfsburg
  • ZEISS-IKON
    • Flossenburg
      • Dresden
  • ZEITZ
    • Buchenwald and Dora-Mittelbau
      • Gleina "Willy"
  • ZEPPELIN
    • Dachau
      • Friedrichshaven

 

The camps are classified by countries, based on the 1939-1945 borders. When known, the name of each sub-camp or external kommando is followed by the name of the company which used inmates as slaves. A star means that the inmates of the camp were women.

This list is far from complete. It is estimated that the Nazis established 15,000 camps in the occupied countries. There were several small camps which were created for limited-time operations against local populations. Most of these camps were destroyed by the Nazis themselves, sometimes after two or three months of activity. This list does not contain the names of the ghettos created by the Nazis, even if several ghettos (i.e. Theresienstadt Ghetto) had their own external kommandos (work teams).

This list is based on information found in two books:

  • The first one is “Le livre des Camps “ by Ludo Van Eck, published in 1979, editions Kritak (Belgium). As far as I know, this book has never been published again or translated in English, but it is still possible to purchase it at the Museum of Breendonck, Belgium.
  • The second one is the excellent “Atlas of the Holocaust” by Martin Gilbert (1982).

Thanks so much to Mark Vardasz and Andreas Baumgartner for their very valuable help in completing this list.

 

  • Germany:
    • Bergen-Belsen (probably 2 sub-camps but location is unknown)
    • Börgermoor (no sub-camp known)
    • Buchenwald ( 174 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Dachau (123 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Dieburg (no sub-camp known)
    • Esterwegen (1 sub-camp)
    • Flossenburg (94 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Gundelsheim (no sub-camp known)
    • Neuengamme (96 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Papenburg (no sub-camp known)
    • Ravensbruck (31 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Sachsenhausen (44 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Sachsenburg (no sub-camp known)
  • Austria:
    • Mauthausen (49 sub-camps and external kommandos)
  • Belgium:
    • Breendonck
  • Czechoslovakia:
  • Estonia:
    • Vivara
  • Finland:
    • Kangasjarvi
    • Koveri
  • France:
    • Argeles
    • Aurigny
    • Brens
    • Drancy (click here for more information about this camp)
    • Gurs
    • Les Milles
    • Le Vernet
    • Natzweiler-Struthof (70 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Noé
    • Récébédou
    • Rieucros
    • Rivesaltes
    • Suresnes
    • Thill
      • for these camps, no sub-camp known

      Work camps created by the Government of Vichy in Maroco
      and Algeria.  Thousands of Jews were sent to these camps
      by the French pro-nazi government of Petain:

    • Abadla
    • Ain el Ourak
    • Bechar
    • Berguent
    • Bogari
    • Bouarfa
    • Djelfa
    • Kenadsa
    • Meridja
    • Missour
    • Tendrara
  • Holland:
    • Amersfoort
    • Ommen
    • Vught (12 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Westerbork
  • Italy:
    • Bolzano
    • Fossoli
    • Risiera di San Sabba (no sub-camp known)
  • Lattvia
    • Riga
    • Riga-Kaiserwald
    • Dundaga
    • Eleje-Meitenes
    • Jungfernhof
    • Lenta
    • Spilwe
  • Lithuania
    • Kaunas
    • Aleksotaskowno
    • Palemonas
    • Pravieniskès
    • Volary
  • Norway:
    • Baerum
    • Berg
    • Bredtvet
    • Falstadt
    • Tromsdalen
    • Ulven
  • Poland:
    • Auschwitz/Birkenau - Oswiecim-Brzezinka (extermination camp - 51 sub-camps)
    • Belzec (extermination camp - 1 sub-camp)
    • Bierznow
    • Biesiadka
    • Dzierzazna & Litzmannstadt (These two camps were "Jugenverwahrlage", children camps. Hundreds of children and teenagers considered as not good enough to be "Germanized" were transfered to these places - see our article about the Lebensborn - and later sent to the extermination canters)
    • Gross-Rosen - Rogoznica (77 sub-camps)
    • Huta-Komarowska
    • Janowska
    • Krakow
    • Kulmhof - Chelmno (extermination camp - no sub-camp known - click here for more information about this camp)
    • Lublin (prison - no sub-camp known)
    • Lwow (Lemberg)
      • Czwartaki
      • Lemberg
    • Majdanek (extermination camp - 3 sub-camps)
    • Mielec
    • Pawiak (prison - no sub-camp known)
    • Plaszow (work camp but became later sub-camp of Majdanek)
    • Poniatowa
    • Pustkow (work camp - no sub-camp known)
    • Radogosz (prison - no sub-camp known)
    • Radom
    • Schmolz
    • Schokken
    • Sobibor (extermination camp - no sub-camp known - click here for more information about this camp)
    • Stutthof - Sztutowo (40 sub-camps and external kommandos)
    • Treblinka (extermination camp - no sub-camp known - click here for more information about this camp)
    • Wieliczka
    • Zabiwoko (work camp - no sub-camp known)
    • Zakopane
  • Russia: (The real number of concentration and extermination camps established in occupied Soviet Union by the Nazies is unknown. The following list contains the name of the major camps. Some of these camps were under Romanian control; e.g. Akmétchetka or Bogdanovka where 54,000 were executed between December 21th and December 31th, 1941)
    • Akmétchetka
    • Balanowka
    • Bar
    • Bisjumujsje
    • Bogdanovka
    • "Citadelle" (The real name of this camp is unknown.
       The camp was located near Lvov.
       Thousands of Russian POWs were killed in this camp)
    • Czwartaki
    • Daugavpils
    • Domanievka
    • Edineti
    • Kielbasin (or Kelbassino)
    • Khorol
    • Klooga
    • Lemberg
    • Mezjapark
    • Ponary
    • Rawa-Russkaja
    • Salapils
    • Strazdumujsje
    • Yanowski
    • Vertugen
      (for all these camps, no sub-camp known).
  • Yougoslavia:
    • Banjica
    • Brocice
    • Chabatz
    • Danica
    • Dakovo
    • Gornja reka
    • Gradiska
    • Jadovno
    • Jasenovac
    • Jastrebarsko
    • Kragujevac
    • Krapje
    • Kruscica
    • Lepoglava
    • Loborgrad
    • Sajmite
    • Sisak
    • Slano
    • Slavonska-Pozega
    • Stara-Gradiska
    • Tasmajdan
    • Zemun
      • (for all these camps, no sub-camp known).

 

Introduction

by Chuck Ferree (Holocaust Witness and Liberator)

The Holocaust catastrophe during the years 1933 to 1945 was a massive occurrence. It began in Germany and ultimately engulfed an area encompassing most of the European continent. It was also an event that was experienced by a variety of perpetrators, a multitude of victims, and a host of bystanders.

These three groups were distinct from one another, and they did not change in their lifetime. Each saw what happened from its own, special perspective, and each harbored a separate set of attitudes and reactions.

The first and foremost perpetrator was Adolf Hitler himself. He was the supreme architect of the operation; without him it would have been inconceivable.

Unlike the perpetrators, the victims were perpetually exposed. They were identifiable and countable at every turn. Jews and non-Jews alike, the victims as a whole, however, have remained an amorphous mass. Millions of them suffered a common fate in front of pre-dug mass graves or in hermetically sealed gas chambers. Although the Holocaust is perceived by many to record the suffering of people of the Jewish faith, no records on any aspect of the Second World War can fail to record that in addition to the six million Jewish men, women and children who were murdered, at least an equal number of non-Jews were also killed, not in the heat of battle, not by military siege, aerial bombardment or the harsh conditions of modern war, but by deliberate, planned murder.

The Nazi plan displaced millions of families from all over Europe. Through their massive concentration camp system, with well over one thousand camps of various sizes, all designed to imprison innocent humans, considered sub-human by Nazi standards. Every human right was replaced by Nazi laws, rules and arbitrary decisions. Almost every major German city had at least a slave labor camp nearby. The inmates of these camps were forced under the pain of death to work for the German war effort, with no pay, inadequate food and other necessities to survive. Death camps, constructed for the sole purpose of mass executions by means of poison gas, shootings, starvation, disease, and torture were used by the Nazis to exterminate those fellow humans--men, women, children , and infants--by design.

There are those among us who say the Holocaust did not happen at all. Or, maybe a few people were killed, but not millions. Historical facts have proven, time and time again, that Nazi Germany, planned and implemented their plan to rid Europe of those whom they considered sub-human. Accurate numbers for exactly how many humans died as a result of the Nazi plans are simply not available and never will be. Research by some of the worlds most able historians place the number of Holocaust victims murdered by government policy to be not less than twelve million and probably more.

sources:
- Raul Hilberg: “Perpetrators, Victims, Bystanders”
- Martin Gilbert: “Atlas of the Holocaust.”

Chuck Ferree

 

Germany

  • Buchenwald/Dora-Mittelbau

    Note: Dora-Mittelbau was the cover name of the sub-camp situated at Salza/Thuringe. When Dora became an independent camp in 1943, it had its own sub-camp at Ellrich. Ellrich was known as one of the worst external kommandos.

    • Abterode (BMW Eisenach)

    • Adorf

    • Allendorf (Gmbh zur Verwertung chem. Erzeugnisse)

    • Altenburg (HASAG)

    • Annaburg (Siebel-Flugzeugwerke)

    • Arnstadt (Poltewerke - aircraft engines)

    • Artern

    • Arolsen (SS officer school)

    • Ascherleben (Junker)

    • Baalberg

    • Bad Berja

    • Bad Handersheim (Bruns Apparatebau Gmbh)

    • Bad Godesberg

    • Bad Salzungen

    • Ballenstadt

    • Baubrigade I-X

    • Bensberg (Napola Bensberg)

    • Berga/Elster

    • Berlstedt (Deutsche Erd- und Steinwerke Dest)

    • Bernburg (Schacht Plömnitz-Solvay)

    • Billroda (Schacht Burggraf Billroda)

    • Birkhan-motzlich

    • Bischofferode

    • Blankenburg (Organisation Todt)

    • Blankenheim (sand)

    • Bleicherode

    • Bochum (Eisen- und Huttenwerke AG)

    • Bochum (Guszstahl Fabrikat. AG)

    • Bodtenberg

    • Böhlen (Brabag Braunkohlen- Benzin AG)

    • Braunschweig (SS-Junkerschule)

    • Buttelstedt (Fa. Schlosser)

    • Clus

    • Colditz (Hasag)

    • Crawinkel

    • Coblence- "rebstock"

    • Cologne (for the mayor)

    • Cologne (Wagonfab. Köln-Deutz)

    • Cologne (Messegelände)

    • Dernau (Fa. Gollnow Sohn)

    • Dessau (Junker)

    • Dessau (Dessauer Waggonfabrik)

    • Dornburg

    • Dortmund (Dortmund - Hoerder - Hutten - Verein AG)

    • Duderstadt (Polte-Werke)

    • Dusseldorf (Rheinmatall-Borsig AG - 2 kommandos)

    • Dusseldorf (déminage)

    • Dusseldorf (Dess)

    • Eisenach (BMW)

    • Elsnig (Wasag - Westfälisch- Anhaltische Sprengstoff AG)

    • Ellrich

    • Eschenhausen (SS-kommando Hecht)

    • Escherhausen

    • Essen (Krupp)

    • Essen (Dest)

    • Floeszberg (Hasag)

    • Freitheit-Osterode

    • Gandersheim

    • Gelsenkirchen (Gelsenberg Benzin AG)

    • Giessen (Sanität-Ersatz und Ausbildungabteilung)

    • Gleina-"willy"

    • Goettingen (SS cavalry school)

    • Goslar

    • Grasleben-"gazelle"

    • Grosswerther

    • Gunzerode

    • Hadmersleben

    • Halberstadt

    • Halberstadt-zwieberge

    • Hardehausen

    • Hasserode (Mech. Ind. Wernigwerke)

    • Harzungen (Wirtschaftsforschungs- geselschaft WIFI)

    • Herzberg/Elster (Hasag)

    • Hessich-Lichtenau (Munition factory)

    • Hinzert (Special SS camp with 23 kommandos)

    • Hohlstedt

    • Holzen

    • Ilfeld

    • Ilsenburg

    • Jena

    • Kassel

    • Kelbra

    • Klein bodungen

    • Klein bischofferode

    • Klein niedergerba

    • Kleinnoshersleben "ago"

    • Köln fordwerke

    • Köln hansestadt

    • Köln westwagen

    • Kranichfeld (2 kommandos)

    • Langensalsa (Junker)

    • Langenstein (2 kommandos, 1 for the "Organisation Todt")

    • Lauenberg "Laura"

    • Lehensten "Laura"

    • Leimbach

    • Leipzig (Hasag)

    • Leipzig Lindenthal

    • Leipzig Markkleeberg

    • Leipzig Sconau

    • Leopoldshall (Junker)

    • Lippstadt (Eisen- und Metallwerke AG)

    • Lohausen (déminage)

    • Luetzkendorf (Wintershall AG)

    • Magdeburg (Braunkohlen und Benzin Brabag)

    • Magdeburg (Polte-Werke)

    • Markkleeberg (Junker)

    • Merseburg

    • Meuselwitz (Hasag)

    • Muhlhausen "Martha"

    • Neustadt (kabel- und Leitungswerke AG)

    • Niederorshel (Langenwerke AG)

    • Niedersachswerfen (Ammoniakwerke GmbH)

    • Nordhausen (Schidt)

    • Nordhausen (Fliegerhorst-Komandantur)

    • Nordhausen (Mittelbau II of B II Mittelwerke GmbH)


April 12th, 1945: The Liberation of Nordhausen

  • Nuxei

  • Oberndorf (L. Muna aircraft munitions)

  • Ohrdruf (railroad construction)

  • Oschersleben "Ago"

  • Osterode (Mech. Ind. fa C Heder)

  • Osterhagen

  • * Penig (Gehrt)

  • Plomnitz

  • Quedlinburg (Fleigerhorst)

  • Quedlindburg (Fa Heerbrandt)

  • Raguhn

  • Rehmsdorf "Willy"

  • Roemhild

  • Rossla

  • Rothenburg (Fa Mansfeld AG)

  • Rottleberode (Thyrawerke)

  • Saalfeld Oertelsbruch

  • Salza-Thuringe

  • Sangerhausen

  • Schlieben (Hasag)

  • Schoenau (ATG Maschinebau GmbH)

  • Schönbeck (Hasag)

  • Schwalbe V

  • Schwerte

  • Sennelager (Panzerausbildungsregiment)

  • Soemerda (Fa Rheinmetall)

  • Sollstedt

  • Sonneberg (Tandradbedrijf C.G. Rheinhardt)

  • Stassfurt (construction of an underground factory for C.G. Rheinhardt)

  • Stutzpunkt Sauerland 1

  • Suhl

  • Tannenwald

  • Tanndora (Paper factory)

  • Taucha (Hasag)

  • Thekla (Erla-Werke)

  • Tonndorf (bauleitung Waffen SS)

  • Torgau (munitions)

  • Trautenstein

  • Troeglits (Brabag)

  • Unna

  • Walkenried-Wolfleben (Constructions)

  • Wansleben (Fa C. Mansfeld)

  • Wansleben "Wilhelm"

  • Wansleben "Biber II"

  • Werferlingen (Constructions)

  • Weimar-Fischtenhain

  • Weimar (Rautalwerke GmbH)

  • Wernigerode (Junker)

  • Westeregeln

  • Wewelsburg (Guszstahlwerke)

  • Wickerode

  • Wieda

  • Witten-Annen (Ig. Farbenindustrie)

  • Woebbelin


Liberation of Woebbelin concentration camp

  • Wolfen

  • Wuppertal

  • Zeitz "Willy"

  • Zella Mehlis

  • Zorbig

  • Dachau

    • Allach (Org. Todt)

    • Allach/Karsfeld/Moosach (org. Todt)

    • Allach-Rothwaige (Org. Todt)

    • Allersdorf-Liebhof

    • Ampersmoching

    • Asbach-Baumenheim (Messerschmitt)

    • Aibing (NEU)

    • Aufkrich-Kaufbeuren (Dornier)

    • Augustenfeld-Pollnhof

    • Augsburg (Messerschmitt)

    • * Augsburg- Haunstetten

    • Augsburg-Pfersee (Messerschmitt)

    • Bad Ischl

    • Bad Ischl Saint Wolfgang

    • Bad Tolz

    • Baubrigade XIII

    • Bayernsoien

    • Bayrishezell

    • Bichl

    • Birgsau-Oberstdorf

    • Blainach (BMW)

    • Brunigsau

    • Burgau (Messerchmitt)

    • Burghausen

    • Burgkirchen

    • Donauworth

    • Durach-Kottern (Messerschmitt)

    • Eching (Org. Todt)

    • Ellwagen

    • Emmerting-Gendorf

    • Eschelbach

    • Feistenau

    • Feldafing

    • Fischbachau

    • Fischen (Messerschmitt)

    • Fischhorn/Bruck

    • Freising

    • * Friedolfing

    • Friedrischaffen

    • Fulpmes

    • * Fussen-Plansee

    • Gablingen (Messerschmitt)

    • Garmisch-Partenkirchen

    • Germering-Neuaubing

    • Gmund

    • Grimolsried-Mitteneuf-Nach (Org. Todt)

    • Halfing

    • Hallein

    • * Hausham-Vordereckard

    • Heidenhaim

    • Heppenhaim

    • Horgau-Pfersee (Messerschmitt)

    • Ingoldstadt

    • Innsbruck

    • * Itter

    • Karlsfeld (Org. Todt)

    • Kaufbeuren (BMW)

    • Kaufering (Org Todt/Messerschmitt/Dornier)

    • Kaufering Erpfting

      • Hurlach

      • Landsberg

      • Lechfeld

      • Mittel-Neufnach

      • Riederloh

      • Schwabbeg

      • Schwabmunchen

      • Turkenfald

      • Turkheim

      • Utting

    • Kempten-Kotern

    • Konigsee

    • Krucklhalm

    • Landshut-Bayern (Org. Todt)

    • Lauingen (Messerschmitt)

    • Liebhof

    • Lind

    • Lochau

    • Lochhausen (BMW)

    • Lohof

    • Markt Schwabben

    • Moosach (Org. Todt/BMW/Messerschmitt)

    • Moschendorf-Hof

    • Muldorf (Org. Todt)

    • Muldorf Ampfing-Waldlager V et VI

      • Mettenheim

      • Obertaufkirchen

    • Munchen

    • Munchen Friedman

    • Munchen Riem (Org. Todt)

    • Munchen Schwabing

    • Munchen Sendling

    • Neuburg Donau

    • Neufahrn

    • Neustift

    • Nuremberg

    • Oberdorf

    • Oberfohring

    • Ottobrunn

    • Oetztal

    • Passau

    • Puchheim

    • Radolfzell

    • Rohrdorf-Thansau

    • Rosenheim

    • Rothschwaige-Augustenfeld (Org. Todt)

    • St. Gilden/Wolgansee

    • St. Lambrecht

    • Salzburg

    • Salzweg

    • Sandhoffen

    • Saulgau

    • Schlachters-Sigmarszell

    • Schleissheim

    • Seehausen-Uffing

    • Spitzingsee

    • Steinhoring

    • Stephanskirchen (BMW)

    • Strobl

    • Sudelfeld

    • Traustein

    • Trotsberg (BMW)

    • Trutskirch-Tutzing (Dornier)

    • Uerberlingen

    • Ulm

    • * Unterschleissheim

    • Valepp

    • Vulpmes

    • Weidach

    • Weilheim

    • Weissensee

    • Wicking

    • Wolfratshausen

    • Wolfratshausen Gelting

    • Wurach-Wolhof

    • Zangberg

  • Esterwegen Note: In 1941, this camp became a sub-camp of Neuengamme.

    • Frieoythe/Kloppenburg

  • Flossenburg

    • Altenhammer

    • Annaberg

    • Ansbach

    • Aue (Sachsen)

    • Bayreuth

    • Beneschau

    • Bozicany

    • Brüx

    • Chemnitz

    • Dresden

    • Eisenberg

    • Erbendorf

    • Falkenau

    • Flöha

    • Forrenbach

    • Freiberg

    • Ganacker

    • Giebelstadt

    • Grafenreuth

    • Graslitz

    • Gröditz

    • Gundelsdorf

    • Hainichen

    • Happurg

    • Heidenau

    • Helmbrechts (*)

    • Hersbruck

    • Hertine

    • Hof

    • Hohenstein-Ernstthal

    • Holleischen

    • Holyson

    • Hradischko

    • Hubmersberg-Hohenstadt

    • Janowitz

    • Jezeri

    • Johanngeorgenstadt

    • Jungfern-Breschan

    • Kaaden-Kadan

    • Kamenicky-Senow

    • Kirchham

    • Knellendorf

    • Koningstein

    • Krondorf

    • Leitmeritz

    • Lengenfeld

    • Lobositz

    • Mehltheuer

    • Meissen

    • Mittweida

    • Moickethal-Zatschke

    • Moschendorf

    • Mülsen- St. Michel

    • Munchberg

    • Neu Rohlau

    • Nossen

    • Nuremberg

    • Obertraubling

    • Oederan

    • Olbramowitz

    • Pilsen

    • Plattling

    • Plauen

    • Pocking

    • Porschdorf

    • Poschetzau

    • Pottenstein

    • Praha

    • Rathen

    • Rathmanndorf

    • Rabstein

    • Regensburg

    • Reuth

    • Rochlitz

    • Saal/Donau

    • Schlackenwerth

    • Schönheide

    • Seifhennersdorf

    • Siegmar-Schönau

    • Stein-Schönau

    • St. Georgenthal

    • St. Oetzen

    • Stulln

    • Theresienstadt

    • Venusberg

    • Wilischthal

    • Witten-Annen

    • Wolkenburg

    • Würzburg

    • Zatschke

    • Zschachwitz

    • Zschopau

    • Zwickau

    • Zwodau

  • Neuengamme

    • Ahlem-Hannover

    • Altgarga

    • Altegarde-Elbe

    • Aumund

    • Aurich-Engerhafe

    • Bad Sassendorf

    • Barkhausen

    • Barskamp

    • Baubrigade I, II, V et XI

    • Beendorf-Helmstedt

    • Bergstedt

    • Blummenthal

    • Boizenburg

    • Braunschweig (plusieurs kommandos)

    • Bremme-Farbe

    • Bremme- Osterort-Reisport

    • Bremme-Schutzenhof

    • Bremme- Vegesack-aumund

    • Bremme-weser

    • Brink-hannover

    • Brunswick-Busing

    • Dalum

    • Dreutte

    • Engerhafe

    • Fallersleben-Laagberg

    • Farge

    • Fidelstedt

    • Finkenwerder

    • Fludwigslust

    • Fulsbuttel

    • Geilenberg

    • Glassau-bei-Sarau

    • Goslar

    • Gross-Fullen

    • Gross- Hesepe

    • Hamburg (plusieurs kommandos)

    • Hausberge-Porta

    • Helmstadt

    • Hidelsheim

    • Horneburg

    • Howachts-Lütjenburg

    • Kaltenkirch-Heinkaten

    • Kiel

    • Ladelund

    • Langenhagen-Hannover

    • Langenhorn-Hamburg

    • Laasberg

    • Ladelung

    • Lengerich

    • Lerbeck

    • Limmer-Hannover

    • Linden (Mülhenberg-Hannover)

    • Lübberstadt

    • Lujtenberg

    • Meppen

    • Minden

    • Misburg-Hannover

    • Mölln

    • Neesen

    • Neugraben

    • Neuhof

    • Neuland-Bremen

    • Neunkirchen

    • Neustadt

    • Nutzen

    • Ohldorf

    • Osnabruck

    • Osterort (Bremen-Riespot)

    • Poppenbüttel-Sasen

    • Porta-Westfalica - note: 2 kommandos

    • Salzwedel

    • Sandbostel

    • Sasel

    • Salzgitter

    • Schandelah

    • Schützenhof-Bremen

    • Schwessing-Husum

    • Sollstadt

    • Spaldingstrasse

    • Steinwerder

    • Stöcken-Hannover

    • Stuklenwert

    • Tiefstak

    • Uelzen

    • Veleen

    • Veerssen - (note: 2 sub-camps were located in Veerssen).

    • Vegesack-Aumun - Bremen

    • Verden-Aller

    • Wandsbeck

    • Watenstedt-Drütte-Salzgitter

    • Wedel

    • Wilhemsburg-Hamburg

    • Wilhemshaven

    • Wittenberge

    • Wolfsburg

    • Wöbbelin-Ludwigslust

  • Ravensbruck

    • Abteroda

    • Ansbach

    • Barth/Ostee (Heinkel)

    • Belzig

    • Berlin-Oberschöneweide

    • Berlin-Schönefeld (Heikel)

    • Borkheid

    • Bruckentin

    • Comthurey

    • Dabelow

    • Eberswalde

    • Feldberg

    • Fürstenberg (Siemens)

    • Hennigsdorf

    • Herzebrück

    • Hohenlychen

    • Karlshagen

    • Klutzow-Stargard

    • Köningsberg-Neumark

    • Malchow

    • Neubrandenburg (Siemens)

    • Neustadt/Glene

    • Peenemünde

    • Prenzlau

    • Rechlin

    • Retzow

    • Rostock-Marienhe (Heinkel)

    • Stargard

    • Steinhoring

    • Schwarzenforst

    • Uckermark

    • Velten

  • Sachsenhausen

    • Bad Saarow

    • Baubrigade I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI et XII

    • Beerfelde

    • Berga

    • Berlin

      • Babelsberg

      • Falkensee

      • Helensee (Demag)

      • Hennigsdorf (AEG)

      • Koepenig

      • Lichterfelde

      • Lichtenrade

      • Reinickendorf (Argus)

      • Siemens Stadt

      • Tegel

      • Wilmersdorf

    • Biesenthal

    • Bornicke

    • Brandenburg/havel

    • Dammsmuhle-Schonwalde

    • Debno-Neudamm

    • Doberitz

    • Drogen-Niedorf

    • Falkenhagen-Furstenwalde

    • Falkensee

    • Frieoythe/Kloppenburg

    • Heinkel

    • Genshagen

    • Glau-Trebbin

    • Gross-Rosen

    • Hohenlychen

    • Karlsruhe

    • Klinker

    • Kl. machnow

    • Kolpin

    • Konigswusterhause (Krupp)

    • Küstrin

    • Lieberose

    • Lubben

    • Muggelheim

    • Neubrandenburg (Hamburg)

    • Neustrelitz

    • Niederhagen

    • Oranienburg

    • Politz

    • Prettin

    • Rathenow

    • Ravensbruck (until 1939)

    • Riga

    • Senftenberg/Schwarzweide

    • Storkow

    • Stuttgart

    • Treuenbrietzen

    • Werde

    • Wewelsburg

    • Wittenberg (Arado)

 

Austria

  • Mauthausen

    • Aflenz

    • Redl-Zipf (code name Schlier)

    • Amstetten (two camps: one for male and one for female inmates)

    • Bachmanning

    • Bretstein

    • Dippoldsau

    • Ebensee

    • Ebelsberg (subcommando of Linz III)

    • Eisenerz

    • Enns

    • Florisdorf (=Wien-Florisdorf and Wien-Jedlesee)

    • Grein

    • Grossramming

    • Gunskirchen

    • Gusen I, II (St. Georgen), III (Lungitz)

    • (Hartheim) not a sub-camp of Mauthausen, but many inmates of Mauthausen and Dachau had been gassed in Hartheim.

    • Hinterbrühl

    • Hirtenberg

    • Klagenfurt

    • Kleinmünchen (subcommando of Linz III)

    • Leibnitz

    • Lind

    • Lenzing

    • Linz I, II, III

    • Loibl- Pass Nord

    • Loibl- Pass Süd (ex-Yugoslavia)

    • Melk

    • Mittersill

    • Passau I - Waldwerke

    • Passau II

    • Peggau

    • St. Agyd

    • St. Lambrecht

    • St. Valentin

    • Steyr

    • Ternberg

    • Vöcklabrück=Wagrain

    • Wels

    • Wien Afa- Werke

    • Wien Saurer-Werke

    • Wien-Schwechat

    • Wien Schönbrunn

    • Wiener Neudorf

    • Wiener Neustadt

 

Czechoslovakia

  • Theresienstadt

    • Bohusovice

    • Kopisti

    • Litomerice-Radobylberg

    • Litomerice

    • Lovosice (Sputh factory and an oil factory)

    • Nestemice

    • Terezin (Plavy mill)

    • Usti (Schicht factory)

    • Zalhostice

  • Kratzau / Chrastava (sub-camp of Gross-Rosen - Rogoznica, Poland)

 

France

  • Natzweiler-Struthof

    • Asbach

    • Auerbach-Bensheim

    • Baden-Baden

    • Bad-Oppenau

    • Balingen

      • Bisingen

      • Dautmergen

      • Dortmettingen

      • Erzingen

      • Frommern

      • Schomberg

      • Schorzingen

      • Wuste

      • Zepfenhan

    • Bernhausen

    • Bingau

    • Bischofsheim

    • * Calw

    • Cernay

    • Cochem

    • Cochem Treis

    • Colmar

    • Darmstadt

    • Daudenzell

    • Dautmergen

    • Donauwiese

    • Echterdingen

    • Ellwangen

    • Ensingen

    • Fracfort/Main (Adler )

    • Frommern

    • Geisenheim (Krupp)

    • Geislingen

    • Goben

    • Gross-Sachesenheim

    • Guttenbach

    • Hailfingen

    • Haslach

    • Heilbronn

    • Heppenheim

    • Hessenthal

    • Iffezheim

    • Iffezheim - Baden Oos-Sandweiller

    • Kaisheim

    • Kochem

    • Kochemdorf

    • Leonberg

    • Longwy-Thiel: "Very few people ever heard of the Thiel-Longwy concentration camp in north-eastern France, Alsace, close to Luxembourg, and the ex-Maginot line. Four kilometers inside the Chantier de Fer in Thiel was a V2 rocket factory. The camp was four kilometers outside the city, close the ex-German border. Five hundred Hungarian machinists brought in from Auschwitz-Birkenau worked in the factory. The camp was functional between May-October 1944. After 16 kilometers of marching, eight hours of work, the prisoners had to carry heavy rocks for about a half mile, with the only purpose to further deplete their "elan de vivre.' The insufficient calories provided for that amount of work killed many prisoners. In October 1944, a few minutes before the US army liberated the camp, the prisoners were transferred from Thiel to Kochendorf, Germany. While the train passed above, US Sherman tanks entered the camp below, only a few kilometers away. At the same time, the US Army also liberated the Strutthoff camp."

    • Mannheim

    • Metz

    • Mosbach

    • Neckarelz I et II

    • Neckarelz Bad Rappenau

    • Neckargerach

    • Neckargartach-Heilbronn

    • Neckargerach Unterschwarsach

    • Neunkirchen

    • Oberehnheim-Obernai

    • Obrigheim

    • Peltre

    • Plattenwald

    • Rothau

    • Saint-Die

    • Sainte Marie aux Mines

    • Sanhofen (Daimler-Benz)

    • Sandweier

    • Schirmeck

    • Schönberg

    • Schörzingen

    • Schwabisch-Hall

    • Spaichingen

    • Tailfingen

    • Urbes Wesserling

    • Vaihingen-Enz

    • Vainhingen/Unterriechinegn

    • Wasserralfingen

    • Weckrieden

    • Wasserling

    • Zuffenhause (Heinkel)

 

Holland

  • Vught

    • Arnhem

    • Breda

    • Eindhoven

    • Gilze-Rijen

    • 's Gravenhage (The Hague)

    • Haaren par Tilburg

    • Leeuwarden

    • Moerdijk

    • Rozendaal

    • Sint Michielsgestel

    • Valkenburg par Leiden

    • Venlo (Luftwaffe airfield)

 

Poland

Note: the German names of the camps are followed by the actual Polish names.

  • Auschwitz - Birkenau (Oswiecim - Brzezinka)

    • Altdorf / Stara Wies

    • Althammer / Stara Kusnia

    • Babice

    • Bauzug

    • Beruna

    • Bismarckhütte / Chorzow-Battory

    • Blechhammer / Slawiecice

    • Bobrek / Oscwiecim

    • Budy

    • Brunn / Brono

    • Charlottengrubbe / Rydultowy

    • Chelmek / Chelmek-Paprotnik

    • Chorzow

    • Chrzanow

    • Czernica

    • Ernforst

    • Ernfort-Slawecice

    • Eintrachthutte / Swietochlowice

    • Freudenthal / Bruntal

    • Furstengrabe / Lawski

    • Gleiwitz I, II, II, IV / Gliwice

    • Golleschau / Goleszow

    • Gunthergrubbe / ledziny

    • Harmeze

    • Hindenburg / Zabrze

    • Hubertushutte-Hohenlinde / Lagiewniki

    • Janigagrube-Hoffnung / Libiaz

    • Jawichowitz

    • Kobio / Kobior

    • Lagischa / Lagisza

    • Laurahutte / Siemianowice

    • Lepziny-Lawki

    • Lesslau-Wloclawek

    • Libiaz-Maly

    • Lukow

    • Monowitz / Monowice

    • Myslowice

    • Neu Dachs / Jaworzno

    • Neustadt / Prudnik

    • Sosnowitz I et II / Sosnowiec

    • Trezbinia

    • Tscechwitz / Czechwiece

    • Harmeze

    • Plawy

    • Rajsko

    • Rybnik

    • Rydultowy

    • Siemiennowice

    • Wloklawek-lesslan

    • Zasole

    • Zittau

  • Belzec

    • Izbica: Historians consider Izbica a "Holding camp for Belzec. A few hundred Jews from the towns of Furth,Nurnberg and nearby Jewish communities were on March 22, 1942 deported to Izbica. Many died or were murdered in Izbica, many more were shipped to Belzec. (Thanks to Willie Glaser for this information)

  • Gross-Rosen (Rogoznica)

    • Aslau

    • Bad Warmbrunn / Cieplice

    • Bautzen

    • Berndorf / Bernartice

    • Blechhammer

    • Bolkenhain

    • Breslau - Wroclaw

    • Brief / Brzeg

    • Brunnlitz / Bruenec

    • Brusay / Brzezowa

    • Bunzlau / Boleslawiec

    • Bunzlau-Rauscha

    • Christianstadt

    • Dornhau

    • Dyhernfurth

    • Erlenbush

    • Eule

    • Faulbruk

    • Gadersdorf

    • Gassen

    • Cellenau

    • Falkenberg

    • Frierland

    • Fürstenstein

    • Gebhardsdorf

    • Gorlitz

    • Graben

    • Granefort

    • Grulich

    • Grunsberg

    • Gruschwitz / Kruswica

    • Halbstadt / Mezimesti

    • Hartmanndorf

    • Hirschberg / Jelenia Gara

    • Buchwald Höhenwöse

    • Hohenelbe / Wrszlabi

    • Kamenz

    • Kaltwasser

    • Kittlitztrebben / Kotlicki Trebin

    • Kursbach Grunthal

    • Landeshut / Kamienogora

    • Langenblielau / Lielawa

    • Larche Ludwigsdorf

    • Lehmwasser

    • Leszno Lissa

    • Mahrisch

    • Markstadt / Laskowitz

    • Marzbachtal

    • Marzdorf

    • Mittelsteine

    • Neisse-Neusalz Oder / Nova Sol

    • Niesky

    • Niesky Klein

    • Niesky Wittischenau

    • Radisch

    • Oberalsstadt

    • Oberwustegiersdorf

    • Parschnitz / Porici

    • Peterswaldau

    • Prausnitz / Prusnica

    • Rauscha

    • Reichenau / Risznow

    • Reichenau Reichenberg Liberal

    • Reichenau Reichenbach

    • Schmiedenberg

    • Seuferwassergraben

    • Schotterwok

    • Striegau

    • Tannhausen

    • Waldenburg

    • Weiswasser

    • Wolsberg

    • Wustegierdorf / Giercze Puste

    • Wustegierdorf Station

    • Wusteweltersdorf

    • Zittau

  • Majdanek

    • Budzyn

    • Hrubieszow

    • Lublin

  • Stutthof (Sztutowo)

    • Bocion

    • Bromberg

    • Chorabie

    • Cieszyny

    • Danzig-Burggraben / Kokokszki

    • Danzig-Neufahrwasser

    • Danzigerwerf / Gdansk

    • Dzimianen

    • Elbing

    • Elblag (Org. Todt)

    • Elblag (Schinau)

    • Police / Szczecin

    • Gdynia

    • Gerdenau

    • Graudenz

    • Greendorf

    • Grodno

    • Gutowo

    • Gwisdyn

    • Heiligenbeil

    • Jessu

    • Kokoschken

    • Kolkau

    • Krzemieniewo

    • Lauenburg

    • Malken Mierzynek

    • Nawitz

    • Niskie

    • Obrzycko

    • Prault

    • Rosenberg / Brodnica

    • Scherokopas

    • Schiffenbeil

    • Serappen

    • Sophienwalde

    • Slipsk

    • Starorod

    • Pruszcz

    • Brusy

    • Torun (AEG, Org. Todt)

 


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