Sachsenhausen


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Sachsenhausen

Nazi concentration camp. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer, 375]
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Growing up at refugee camps in Hamburg and later in the Ruhr Valley, Hajo Jahn didn't realize at the time that East Germany's authoritarian regime wasn't the only blemish in his family's rearview mirror; later he learned that his biological father had been deported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp during World War II.
Ernest was tracked down to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, just north of Berlin.
Fackenheim, a Reform rabbi and Jewish philosopher, had experienced being arrested during the Kristallnacht, spending a year at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, and successfully escaping to Great Britain.
The district of Sachsenhausen, which lies a short walk over the Main river and hosts individual boutiques and traditional German restaurants serving local cuisine, is also well worth a wander.
Named after the Frankfurt merchant, Johann Friedrich Stadel (1728-1816), the museum has been in its current home on the Sachsenhausen bank of the River Main since 1878.
Service records showed Hubert Z joined the SS in 1940 and served at the Sachsenhausen and Neuengamme camps in Germany.
He was the Facist "fence" for near undetectable coins and notes, crafted by master forgers forced to slave round the clock in Blocks 18 and 19 of Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp.
EXTRA Computer GmbH, based in Sachsenhausen, Germany, is a consultancy-led software distributor for the German small and medium-sized business (SMB) channel.
They include Martin Hartmann, a former SS guard at the Sachsenhausen camp in Germany, and Jakob Denzinger, who patrolled the grounds at the Auschwitz camp complex in Poland.
Both brothers were transported to the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, where Stanislaw died.
Sachsenhausen To the north of Berlin this was built to be the OModelO concentration camp, and also housed the administration for the entire camp network across Europe.
On the German trip, students stood alongside the Brandenburg Gate, at the old East-West Wall, and also saw the Soviet War Memorial in Treptower Park before going to Stasi prison and Sachsenhausen concentration camp.