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List of subcamps of Mittelbau

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Konzentrationslager Mittelbau
LocationNordhausen, Germany
OpenedNovember 1, 1944
ClosedMay 1, 1945
Managed bySchutzstaffel

The list of subcamps of Mittelbau identifies locations of Konzentrationslager (English: concentration camp) Mittelbau (Central Construction). The location of the KZ Mittelbau headquarters was originally only the Block 17/3 Buchenwald subcamp, but at the end of September 1944 the SS administration ordered the camp to become the center of a complex separate from the Buchenwald concentration camp. KZ Mittelbau became operational on November 1, 1944 with 32,471 prisoners.[1]

  1. Alfred[2]
  2. Artern[2]
  3. Ballenstedt[2]
  4. Blankenburg
  5. Dora[2]
  6. Ellrich[2]
  7. Gross-Werther
  8. Harzungen[2]
  9. Hohlstedt[2]
  10. Ilfield[2]
  11. Ilsenburg[2]
  12. Kelbra[2]
  13. Kleinbodungen
  14. Langenstein-Zwieberge
  15. Niedersachswerfen
  16. Nordhausen (Boelcke-Kaserne)[2]
  17. Osterode am Harz[2]
  18. Rossla
  19. Rottleberode
  20. Salza/Thüringen
  21. Sangerhausen
  22. Sollstedt
  23. Wieda
  24. Woffleben
Construction labor teams that detained Poles
  1. Baubrigade 4
  2. Baubrigade 7
  3. Baubrigade I
  4. Baubrigade III
  5. Baubrigade IV
  6. Baubrigade V - West
  7. Baubrigade VI

References

  1. ^ Béon, Yves (1997). Planet Dora: A Memoir of the Holocaust and the Birth of the Space Age. translated from the French La planète Dora by Béon & Richard L. Fague. Westview Press, Div. of Harper Collins. p. XX (softcover). ISBN 0-8133-3272-9.
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l tbd. "Anlage zu § 1: Verzeichnis der Konzentrationslager und ihrer Außenkommandos gemäß § 42 Abs. 2 BEG". Archived from the original on 2012-11-03. Retrieved 2009-05-07.; taken from BGBl. I 1967, 234 - 254
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