Sachsenhausen


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Sachsenhausen

Nazi concentration camp. [Ger. Hist.: Shirer, 375]
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Greiner analyzes thoroughly a broad variety of sources, particularly ego-documents of former prisoners of Special Camp 7 (the camp in Sachsenhausen), in order to illustrate in detail the experiences of arrest, interrogation, and camp life, as well as the psychological effects of detention.
But he was also able to guffaw about a family friend, ''a real lefty,'' being thrown into the Sachsenhausen concentration camp outside Berlin and noting upon his release that ''the paper shirts (at the camp) were uncomfortable.''
Dobrowolski was eventually moved to the Gross-Rosen and Sachsenhausen concentration camps, where he was liberated in 1945.
In addition, another 250 Jewish Berliners were arrested soon thereafter, taken to Sachsenhausen, and killed in short order (p.
The tour sites include the spot where Hitler committed suicide, the lakeside villa where the Holocaust was planned and the Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
Just about everything to enjoy is close to the Roemer, the magnificent redstoned Cathedral of St Bartholemew, or, on the south side of the River Main, the lively suburb of Sachsenhausen (which thankfully has no connection with the concentration camp of the same name, near Berlin).
After being recaptured, he was fortunate not to be one of the 50 men executed, instead being sent to Sachsenhausen concentration camp.
The slogan "Arbeit Macht Frei" was used at the entrances to other Nazi camps, including Dachau and Sachsenhausen.
Transferred to Sachsenhausen, Salomon is shepherded into the mysterious Blocks 18 and 19 run by Herzog (Striesow) where the forgers must comply or be sent to the gas chambers.
Researchers said Serbian-born Kumpf served as a guard at the Trawniki Training Camp in Nazi-occupied Poland and the Sachsenhausen Concentration Camp near Berlin, as well as at construction sites in German-occupied France where labourers were forced to build launching platforms for Germany's V-1 and V-2 missile attacks on Great Britain.
Germany plans to bury the ashes of thousands of Jews who were killed and cremated at the Sachsenhausen concentration camp during the Holocaust 60 years ago.