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Concentration Camp Listing

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 slave. 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 in time operations against local population. 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 team).for more click here

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