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Article about: LAGERZAUN (Camp fencing): 1-2. Near the Krematoria facility, sections of original fencing are still present.

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    DEST:

    1-4. Former DEST workshops and administration buildings.
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    DEST:

    The former DEST quarry located just a few hundred metres from KL-Flossenbürg. Nowadays, operated by another concern.
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    Very informative and interesting.

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    Two recent threads concerning AL-Kirchham and AL-Ganacker, both sub-camps of KL-Flossenbürg.

    Außenlager Kirchham

    Außenlager Ganacker

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    Recent thread addressing another sub-camp of Floßenbürg:

    KZ-Außenlager Grafenreuth
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    Carl, hi,

    Do you by any chance know what and where was the sub-camp at Nürnberg?

    Best,

    Stefan
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    Quote by StefanM View Post
    Carl, hi,

    Do you by any chance know what and where was the sub-camp at Nürnberg?

    Best,

    Stefan
    Hi Stefan,

    There were two sub-camps of Floßenbürg located at Nürnberg. The SSW camp (Siemens-Schuckertwerke) and the SS-Kaserne. At the SS-Kaserne camp, inmates were mostly involved in the development process of the SS facilities.

    Regards,

    Carl
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    Carl, your threads are fantastic. Outstanding work and research.
    Thank you

    Cheers
    Nuno

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    Quote by NunoGTI View Post
    Carl, your threads are fantastic. Outstanding work and research.
    Thank you

    Cheers
    Nuno
    Those are very kind words Nuno, thank you.
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    Quote by CARL88 View Post
    Hi Stefan,

    There were two sub-camps of Floßenbürg located at Nürnberg. The SSW camp (Siemens-Schuckertwerke) and the SS-Kaserne. At the SS-Kaserne camp, inmates were mostly involved in the development process of the SS facilities.

    Regards,

    Carl
    Thanks Karl,

    I knew of the SS Kasserne but not that it was classified a sub-camp of Flossenburg. I have quite a bit of information about the barracks which was renamed Merrell Barracks by the US occupation forces and used by the US army until they pulled out of Germany in the 1990s when the barracks reverted back to German control and became a government building dealing with asylum seekers. The SS Kasserne was used as a DP camp directly after the US army liberated Nurburg's tens of thousands of foreign forced workers. When I have a little more time I will add a thread with more information.

    I did not know about Siemens-Schuckertwerke at all, so that is interesting to learn.

    Best,

    Stefan
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