List of subcamps of Buchenwald


List of subcamps of Buchenwald

Below is the list of subcamps of Buchenwald complex of Nazi concentration camps.

#Abteroda
#Allendorf bei Kirchhain
#Altenburg/Thüringen
#Annaburg
#Arolsen
#Aschersleben
#Aschersleben-Duben
#Aumale
#Bad Berka
#Bad Godesberg
#Bad Salzungen
#Baubrigade 5
#Baubrigade 7
#Baubrigade I
#Baubrigade III
#Baubrigade IV
#Baubrigade V
#Baubrigade VI
#Baubrigade V - West
#Bensberg bei Köln
#Berga/Elster [ [http://www.jewishvirtuallibrary.org/jsource/Holocaust/bergatoc1.html] Berga/Elster. Concentration camp used for Slave labor of US/Jewish POWS 1945. Note 3 books of this subcamp: Bard, Mitchell G. "Forgotten Victiums: The Abandonment of Americans in Hitler's Death Camps" Westview Press 1994; Gohen, Roger. "Soldiers and Slaves" Alfred A Knopf 2005; Whitlock, Flint. "Given Up For Dead" Westview Press 2005]
#Berlin
#Berlstedt
#Bernau
#Bernburg
#Billroda
#Birkhahn
#Bischofferode
#Blankenburg
#Blankenhain
#Bochum
#Böhlen
#Braunschweig
#Buchenwald
#Buttelstedt
#Clus
#Colditz
#Crawinkel
#Dernau
#Dessau
#Dornburg
#Dortmund
#Duderstadt
#Düsseldorf
#Duisburg
#Ebensee
#Eisenach
#Ellrich
#Elsnig/Elbe
#Eschershausen
#Essen
#Flössberg
#Freiheit-Osterode
#Gandersheim
#Gelsenkirchen
#Giessen
#Göttingen
#Goslar
#Guenzerode
#Halberstadt-Zwieberge
#Hadmersleben
#Halberstadt
#Halle
#Hardehausen
#Harzungen
#Herzberg/Elster
#Hessisch-Lichtenau
# Hinzert
#Holzen
#Jena
#Kassel
#Kiel-Neumühlen
#Koblenz
#Köln
#Köln-Niehl
#Kranichfeld
#Langensalza
#Langenstein
#Lauenburg
#Leimbach
#Leipzig
#Leopoldshall
#Lippstadt
#Lohausen
#Lützkendorf
#Mackenrode
#Magdeburg
#Markkleeberg
#Merseburg
#Meuselwitz
#Mühlhausen
#Neuengamme
#Neustadt
#Neustadt-Coburg
#Niederorschel-Langenwerk
#Niedersachsenwerfen
#Nordhausen
#Nüxei
#Oberndorf
#Obervellmar
#Oertelsbruch
#Ohrdruf
#Osterhagen
#Osterode am Harz
#Penig/Sachsen
#Plömnitz
#Quedlinburg
#Raguhn
#Rothenburg/Saale
#Rottleberode
#Saalfeld
#Salza/Thüringen
#Schlieben
#Schönau
#Schönebeck/Elbe
#Schwerte
#Sennelager
#Sömmerda
#Sollstedt
#Sonneberg
#Stassfurt
#Suhl
#Tannroda
#Tarthun
#Taucha
#Thekla
#Tonndorf
#Torgau
#Tröglitz
#Unna
#Walkenried
#Wansleben
#Weferlingen
#Weimar
#Wernigerode
#Westeregeln
#Wewelsburg
#Witten-Annen/Ruhr
#Woffleben
#Wolfen-Bitterfeld

References

ee also

*List of Nazi-German concentration camps


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