January 27, 2011

A Sacred Duty: Remembering the Holocaust

 
January 27, 1945
   Auschwitz-Birkenau 
was liberated by the Soviet Army, and the world discovered the
Horrors of the Holocaust.

Six million Jews perished in the Holocaust as well as three million Poles plus 2 millions of other nationalities - including the Roma, mentally and physically disabled people, homosexuals, prisoners of war and so many others. The Nazi plan for the "final solution" led to the systematic murder of innocent Jews - men, women and children. They were arrested, tortured, persecuted, starved to death, worked to death, and finally, and horribly, taken to the gas chambers and gassed to death, their remains cremated and discarded. Jews were considered untermenschen, as were various other ethnic groups including the Polish. In fact, the Poles were second in line, the majority to be annihilated with only a small remainder to be forced into slave labor to the Third Reich. Who among the youth of today can fathom that such atrocities really happened. To look at their innocent faces one can see the expression of bewilderment and almost disbelief in their eyes. To them, history is only as long as they can remember events in their own lives. So often they dismiss history as having no relevance. Yet in the past several years, we had only to turn on the television set to watch the horrors of Darfur and Rwanda among many other horrible tragedies. There are no words to express the utter despair to see the world descend into the madness of genocide over and over and over again. If we ignore history, we will be condemned to repeat it again, and again, and again.

In 2005, the United Nations General Assembly designated January 27th as International Holocaust Remembrance Day, a day in which we are all called upon to observe in silence and respect.

Every member nation of the U.N. has an obligation to honor the memory of Holocaust victims and to develop educational programs as part of an international resolve to help prevent future acts of genocide.


The U.N. resolution that created IHRD rejects denial of the Holocaust, and condemns discrimination and violence based on religion or ethnicity.

It is our obligation as well to honor the memory of the many millions of victims who perished in the Holocaust. But we must also learn as much as we can about it.

It is our Sacred duty.


Today on January 27, 2011 there will be a candle-lighting ceremony at the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum in Washington, D.C. which will be attended by the diplomatic community, Holocaust survivors, and the general public. The ceremony will take place in the Museum's Hall of Remembrance.

Moreover, the United States Congress established the "Days of Remembrance" as a National commemoration of the Holocaust, and created the United States Holocaust Memorial Museum as a permanent living memorial. This year, Days of Remembrance will be on Sunday, May 1st. The museum has a vital role to play in leading the nation - to commemorate the Days of Remembrance and to encourage as well as sponsoring appropriate observances throughout the United States. Days of Remembrance are observed by state and local governments, military bases, workplaces, schools, churches, synagogues, and civic centers.


Yom Hashoah - Jason Kenney Speaks at Holocaust Memorial (06:47m)




The Holocaust Happened to People Like Us (01:02m)



 


I most sincerely wish that the world in which we live be free from the threat of a nuclear holocaust and from the ruinous arms race. It is my cherished desire that peace be not separated from freedom which is the right of every nation.
This I desire and for this I pray. 
Lech Walesa  


The Holocaust committed by the Nazis turned this country, where most of the European Jews used to live and where their culture used to flourish, into a massive grave. This is why initiatives to revive Jewish culture in Poland is so important.
Marek Belka 


To forget the Holocaust is to kill twice. 

Elie Wiesel
 
The Holocaust illustrates the consequences of prejudice, racism and stereotyping on a society.

It forces us to examine the responsibilities of citizenship 
and confront the powerful ramifications
of indifference and inaction.
Tim Holden 



There was a taboo as a result of the Holocaust that people respected that anti-Semitism was an ugly thing and should be avoided. Now that taboo seems to have been broken with impunity.
Steven T. Katz 


Yet, nearly 6 decades after the Holocaust concluded,
Anti-Semitism still exists as the scourge of the world. 
Eliot Engel

NEVER AGAIN



Recommended Reading:

United States Holocaust Memorial Museum
The Holocaust and the United Nations Outreach Programme

Remembering the Victims of the Holocaust






GERMANY

Bergen-Belsen 

SS Women forced to bury the dead April 1945
Börgermoor  
Buchenwald 
Abterode (BMW Eisenach)
Adorf
Allendorf (Gmbh zur Verwertung chem. Erzeugnisse)
Altenburg (HASAG)
Annaburg (Siebel-Flugzeugwerke)
Arnstadt (Poltewerke - aircraft engines)
Artern
Arolsen (SS officer school)
Ascherleben (Junker)
Baalberg
Bad Berja
Bad Handersheim (Bruns Apparatebau Gmbh)
Bad Godesberg
Bad Salzungen
Ballenstadt
Baubrigade I-X
Bensberg (Napola Bensberg) 
Berga am Elster
Berlstedt (Deutsche Erd- und Steinwerke Dest)
Bernburg (Schacht Plömnitz-Solvay)
Billroda (Schacht Burggraf Billroda)
Birkhan-motzlich
Bischofferode
Blankenburg (Organisation Todt)
Blankenheim (sand)
Bleicherode
Bochum (Eisen- und Huttenwerke AG)
Bochum (Guszstahl Fabrikat. AG)
Bodtenberg
Böhlen (Brabag Braunkohlen- Benzin AG)
Braunschweig (SS-Junkerschule)
Buttelstedt (Fa. Schlosser)
Clus
Colditz (Hasag)
Crawinkel
Coblence- "rebstock"
Cologne (for the mayor)
Cologne (Wagonfab. Köln-Deutz)
Cologne (Messegelände)
Dernau (Fa. Gollnow Sohn)
Dessau (Junker)
Dessau (Dessauer Waggonfabrik)
Dornburg
Dortmund (Dortmund - Hoerder - Hutten - Verein AG)
Duderstadt (Polte-Werke)
Dusseldorf (Rheinmatall-Borsig AG - 2 kommandos)
Dusseldorf (déminage)
Dusseldorf (Dess)
Eisenach (BMW)
Elsnig (Wasag - Westfälisch- Anhaltische Sprengstoff AG)
Ellrich
Eschenhausen (SS-kommando Hecht)
Escherhausen
Essen (Krupp)
Essen (Dest)
Floeszberg (Hasag)
Freitheit-Osterode
Gandersheim
Gelsenkirchen (Gelsenberg Benzin AG)
Giessen (Sanität-Ersatz und Ausbildungabteilung)
Gleina-"willy"
Goettingen (SS cavalry school)
Goslar
Grasleben-"gazelle"
Grosswerther
Gunzerode
Hadmersleben
Halberstadt
Halberstadt-zwieberge
Hardehausen
Hasserode (Mech. Ind. Wernigwerke)
Harzungen (Wirtschaftsforschungs- geselschaft WIFI)
Herzberg/Elster (Hasag)
Hessich-Lichtenau (Munition factory)
Hinzert (Special SS camp with 23 kommandos)
Hohlstedt
Holzen
Ilfeld
Ilsenburg
Jena
Kassel
Kelbra
Klein bodungen
Klein bischofferode
Klein niedergerba
Kleinnoshersleben "ago"
Köln fordwerke
Köln hansestadt
Köln westwagen
Kranichfeld (2 kommandos)
Langensalsa (Junker)
Langenstein (2 kommandos, 1 for the "Organisation Todt")
Lauenberg "Laura"
Lehensten "Laura"
Leimbach
Leipzig (Hasag)
Leipzig Lindenthal
Leipzig Markkleeberg
Leipzig Sconau
Leopoldshall (Junker)
Lippstadt (Eisen- und Metallwerke AG)
Lohausen (déminage)
Luetzkendorf (Wintershall AG)
Magdeburg (Braunkohlen und Benzin Brabag)
Magdeburg (Polte-Werke)
Markkleeberg (Junker)
Merseburg
Meuselwitz (Hasag)
Muhlhausen "Martha"
Neustadt (kabel- und Leitungswerke AG)
Niederorshel (Langenwerke AG)
Niedersachswerfen (Ammoniakwerke GmbH)
Nordhausen (Schidt)
Nordhausen (Fliegerhorst-Komandantur) 
Nordhausen (Mittelbau II of B II Mittelwerke GmbH) 
Nuxei
Oberndorf (L. Muna aircraft munitions)
Ohrdruf (railroad construction)
Oschersleben "Ago"
Osterode (Mech. Ind. fa C Heder)
Osterhagen
* Penig (Gehrt)
Plomnitz
Quedlinburg (Fleigerhorst)
Quedlindburg (Fa Heerbrandt)
Raguhn
Rehmsdorf "Willy"
Roemhild
Rossla
Rothenburg (Fa Mansfeld AG)
Rottleberode (Thyrawerke)
Saalfeld Oertelsbruch
Salza-Thuringe (production of V flying bombs)
Sangerhausen
Schlieben (Hasag)
Schoenau (ATG Maschinebau GmbH)
Schönbeck (Hasag)
Schwalbe V
Schwerte
Sennelager (Panzerausbildungsregiment)
Soemerda (Fa Rheinmetall)
Sollstedt
Sonneberg (Tandradbedrijf C.G. Rheinhardt)
Stassfurt (construction of an underground factory for C.G. Rheinhardt)
Stutzpunkt Sauerland 1
Suhl
Tannenwald
Tanndora (Paper factory)
Taucha (Hasag)
Thekla (Erla-Werke)
Tonndorf (bauleitung Waffen SS)
Torgau (munitions)
Trautenstein
Troeglits (Brabag)
Unna
Walkenried-Wolfleben (Constructions)
Wansleben (Fa C. Mansfeld)
Wansleben "Wilhelm"
Wansleben "Biber II"
Werferlingen (Constructions)
Weimar-Fischtenhain
Weimar (Rautalwerke GmbH)\
Wernigerode (Junker)
Westeregeln
Wewelsburg (Guszstahlwerke)
Wickerode
Wieda
Witten-Annen (Ig. Farbenindustrie)
Woebbelin
Wolfen
Wuppertal
Zeitz "Willy"
Zella Mehlis
Zorbig
 
Dachau 

Death March from Dachau through town of Gruenwald April 29, 1945
Allach (Org. Todt)
Allach/Karsfeld/Moosach (org. Todt)
Allach-Rothwaige (Org. Todt)
Allersdorf-Liebhof
Ampersmoching
Asbach-Baumenheim (Messerschmitt)
Aibing (NEU)
Aufkrich-Kaufbeuren (Dornier)
Augustenfeld-Pollnhof
Augsburg (Messerschmitt)
* Augsburg-Haunstetten
Augsburg-Pfersee (Messerschmitt)
Bad Ischl
Bad Ischl Saint Wolfgang
Bad Tolz
Baubrigade XIII
Bayernsoien
Bayrishezell
Bichl
Birgsau-Oberstdorf
Blainach (BMW)
Brunigsau
Burgau (Messerchmitt)
Burghausen
Burgkirchen
Donauworth
Durach-Kottern (Messerschmitt)
Eching (Org. Todt)
Ellwagen
Emmerting-Gendorf
Eschelbach
Feistenau
Feldafing
Fischbachau
Fischen (Messerschmitt)
Fischhorn/Bruck
Freising
* Friedolfing
Friedrischaffen
Fulpmes
* Fussen-Plansee
Gablingen (Messerschmitt)
Garmisch-Partenkirchen
Germering-Neuaubing
Gmund
Grimolsried-Mitteneuf-Nach (Org. Todt)
Halfing
Hallein
* Hausham-Vordereckard
Heidenhaim
Heppenhaim
Horgau-Pfersee (Messerschmitt)
Ingoldstadt
Innsbruck
* Itter
Karlsfeld (Org. Todt)
Kaufbeuren (BMW)
Kaufering (Org Todt/Messerschmitt/Dornier)
Kaufering Erpfting
Hurlach
Landsberg
Lechfeld
Mittel-Neufnach
Riederloh
Schwabbeg
Schwabmunchen
Turkenfald
Turkheim
Utting
Kempten-Kotern
Konigsee
Krucklhalm
Landshut-Bayern (Org. Todt)
Lauingen (Messerschmitt)
Liebhof
Lind
Lochau
Lochhausen (BMW)
Lohof
Markt Schwabben
Moosach (Org. Todt/BMW/Messerschmitt)
Moschendorf-Hof
Muldorf (Org. Todt)
Muldorf Ampfing-Waldlager V et VI
Mettenheim
Obertaufkirchen
Munchen
Munchen Friedman
Munchen Riem (Org. Todt)
Munchen Schwabing
Munchen Sendling
Neuburg Donau
Neufahrn
Neustift
Nuremberg
Oberdorf
Oberfohring
Ottobrunn
Oetztal
Passau
Puchheim
Radolfzell
Rohrdorf-Thansau
Rosenheim
Rothschwaige-Augustenfeld (Org. Todt)
St. Gilden/Wolgansee
St. Lambrecht
Salzburg
Salzweg
Sandhoffen
Saulgau
Schlachters-Sigmarszell
Schleissheim
Seehausen-Uffing
Spitzingsee
Steinhoring
Stephanskirchen (BMW)
Strobl
Sudelfeld
Traustein
Trotsberg (BMW)
Trutskirch-Tutzing (Dornier)
Uerberlingen
Ulm
* Unterschleissheim
Valepp
Vulpmes
Weidach
Weilheim
Weissensee
Wicking
Wolfratshausen
Wolfratshausen Gelting
Wurach-Wolhof
Zangberg

 Dieburg 

Esterwegen 
Frieoythe/Kloppenburg

 
Flossenburg
 
Altenhammer
Annaberg
Ansbach
Aue (Sachsen)
Bayreuth
Beneschau
Bozicany
Brüx
Chemnitz
Dresden
Eisenbrg
Erbendorf
Falkenau
Flöha
Forrenbach
Freiberg
Ganacker
Giebelstadt
Grafenreuth
Graslitz
Gröditz
Gundelsdorf
Hainichen
Happurg
Heidenau
Helmbrechts
Hersbruck
Hertine
Hof
Hohenstein-Ernstthal
Holleischen
Holyson
Hradischko
Hubmersberg-Hohenstadt
Janowitz
Jezeri
Johanngeorgenstadt
Jungfern-Breschan
Kaaden-Kadan
Kamenicky-Senow
Kirchham
Knellendorf
Koningstein
Krondorf
Leitmeritz
Lengenfeld
Lobositz
Mehltheuer
Meissen
Mittweida
Moickethal-Zatschke
Moschendorf
Mülsen- St. Michel
Munchberg
Neu Rohlau
Nossen
Nuremberg
Obertraubling
Oederan
Olbramowitz
Pilsen
Plattling
Plauen
Pocking
Porschdorf
Poschetzau
Pottenstein
Praha
Rathen
Rathmanndorf
Rabstein
Regensburg
Reuth
Rochlitz
Saal/Donau
Schlackenwerth
Schönheide
Seifhennersdorf
Siegmar-Schönau
Stein-Schönau
St. Georgenthal
St. Oetzen
Stulln
Theresienstadt
Venusberg
Wilischthal
Witten-Annen
Wolkenburg
Würzburg
Zatschke
Zschachwitz
Zschopau
Zwickau
Zwodau

Gundelsheim

Neuengamme 
Ahlem-Hannove
Altgarga
Altegarde-Elbe
Aumund
Aurich-Engerhafe
Bad Sassendorf
Barkhausen
Barskamp
Baubrigade I, II, V et XI
Beendorf-Helmstedt
Bergstedt
Blummenthal
Boizenburg
Braunschweig (plusieurs kommandos)
Bremme-Farbe
Bremme- Osterort-Reisport
Bremme-Schutzenhof
Bremme- Vegesack-aumund
Bremme-weser
Brink-hannover
Brunswick-Busing
Dalum
Dreutte
Engerhafe
Fallersleben-Laagberg
Farge
Fidelstedt
Finkenwerder
Fludwigslust
Fulsbuttel
Geilenberg
Glassau-bei-Sarau
Goslar
Gross-Fullen
Gross- Hesepe
Hamburg (plusieurs kommandos)
Hausberge-Porta
Helmstadt
Hidelsheim
Horneburg
Howachts-Lütjenburg
Kaltenkirch-Heinkaten
Kiel
Ladelund
Langenhagen-Hannover
Langenhorn-Hamburg
Laasberg
Ladelung
Lengerich
Lerbeck
Limmer-Hannover
Linden (Mülhenberg-Hannover)
Lübberstadt
Lujtenberg
Meppen
Minden
Misburg-Hannover
Mölln
Neesen
Neugraben
Neuhof
Neuland-Bremen
Neunkirchen
Neustadt
Nutzen
Ohldorf
Osnabruck
Osterort (Bremen-Riespot)
Poppenbüttel-Sasen
Porta-Westfalica - note: 2 kommandos
Salzwedel
Sandbostel
Sasel
Salzgitter
Schandelah
Schützenhof-Bremen
Schwessing-Husum
Sollstadt
Spaldingstrasse
Steinwerder
Stöcken-Hannover
Stuklenwert
Tiefstak
Uelzen
Veleen
Veerssen
Vegesack-Aumun - Bremen
Verden-Aller
Wandsbeck
Watenstedt-Drütte-Salzgitter
Wedel
Wilhemsburg-Hamburg
Wilhemshaven
Wittenberge
Wolfsburg
Wöbbelin-Ludwigslust
Papenburg 

Ravensbruck

Forced Labor at Ravensbruck

Abteroda
Ansbach
Barth/Ostee (Heinkel)
Belzig
Berlin-Oberschöneweide
Berlin-Schönefeld (Heikel)
Borkheid
Bruckentin
Comthurey
Dabelow
Eberswalde
Feldberg
Fürstenberg (Siemens)
Hennigsdorf
Herzebrück
Hohenlychen
Karlshagen
Klutzow-Stargard
Köningsberg-Neumark
Malchow
Neubrandenburg (Siemens)
Neustadt/Glene
Peenemünde
Prenzlau
Rechlin
Retzow
Rostock-Marienhe (Heinkel)
Stargard
Steinhoring
Schwarzenforst
Uckermark
Velten

Sachsenhausen
Bad Saarow
Baubrigade I, II, III, IV, V, VI, VII, VIII, IX, X, XI et XII
Beerfelde
Berga
Berlin
Babelsberg
Falkensee
Helensee (Demag)
Hennigsdorf (AEG)
Koepenig
Lichterfelde
Lichtenrade
Reinickendorf (Argus)
Siemens Stadt
Tegel
Wilmersdorf
Biesenthal
Bornicke
Brandenburg/havel
Dammsmuhle-Schonwalde
Debno-Neudamm
Doberitz
Drogen-Niedorf
Falkenhagen-Furstenwalde
Falkensee
Frieoythe/Kloppenburg
Heinkel
Genshagen
Glau-Trebbin
Gross-Rosen
Hohenlychen
Karlsruhe
Klinker
Kl. machnow
Kolpin
Konigswusterhause (Krupp)
Küstrin
Lieberose
Lubben
Muggelheim
Neubrandenburg (Hamburg)
Neustrelitz
Oranienburg
Politz
Prettin
Rathenow
Ravensbruck (jusqu'en 1939)
Riga
Senftenberg/Schwarzweide
Storkow
Stuttgart
Treuenbrietzen
Werde
Wewelsburg
Wittenberg (Arado)
Sachsenburg 


AUSTRIA
Mauthausen
Mathausen Steps of Death - inmates forced to carry granite blocks up 186 steps
Mathausen

Amstetten
Amstetten (women)
Aflenz
Redl-Zipf (code name Schlier)
Bachmanning
Bretstein
Dippoldsau 
Ebensee
Ebelsberg (subcommando of Linz III)
Eisenerz
Enns
Florisdorf (=Wien-Florisdorf and Wien-Jedlesee)
Grein
Grossramming
Gunskirchen 
Gusen I, II (St. Georgen), III (Lungitz)
(Hartheim)
not a subcamp of Mauthausen Mauthausen, but many inmates of Mauthausen and Dachau had been gassed in Hartheim.
Hinterbrühl
Hirtenberg
Klagenfurt
Kleinmünchen (subcommando of Linz III)
Leibnitz
Lind
Lenzing
Linz I, II, III
Loibl- Pass Nord
Loibl- Pass Süd (ex-Yugoslavia)
Melk
Mittersill
Passau I - Waldwerke
Passau II
Peggau
Schiff
Schloss Lind
St. Agyd
St. Lambrecht
St. Valentin
Steyr
Ternberg
Vöcklabrück=Wagrain
Wels
Wien Afa- Werke
Wien Saurer-Werke
Wien-Schwechat
Wien Schönbrunn
Wiener Neudorf
Wiener Neustadt
Zeltlager

BELGIUM
Breendonck 
Willeborek
Mechelen
Huy



CZECHOSLOVAKIA
Theresienstadt 
Children from Thereseinstadt being deported to Auschwitz

Bohusovice
Kopisti
Litomerice-Radobylberg
Litomerice
Lovosice (Sputh factory and an oil factory)
Nestemice
Terezin (Plavy mill)
Usti (Schicht factory)
Zalhostice


ESTONIA
Klooga
Vivara


FINLAND 
Kangasjarvi 
Koveri


FRANCE  
Argeles 
Brens
Drancy 
Gurs 
Les Milles 
Le Vernet 
Natzweiler-Struthof
Asbach
Auerbach-Bensheim
Baden-Baden
Bad-Oppenau
Balingen
Bisingen
Dautmergen
Dortmettingen
Erzingen
Frommern
Schomberg
Schorzingen
Wuste
Zepfenhan
Bernhausen
Bingau
Bischofsheim
* Calw
Cernay
Cochem
Cochem Treis
Colmar
Darmstadt
Daudenzell
Dautmergen
Donauwiese
Echterdingen
Ellwangen
Ensingen
Fracfort/Main (Adler )
Frommern
Geisenheim (Krupp)
Geislingen
Goben
Gross-Sachesenheim
Guttenbach
Hailfingen
Haslach
Heilbron
Heppenheim
Hessenthal
Iffezheim
Iffezheim - Baden Oos-Sandweiller
Kaisheim
Kochem
Kochemdorf
Leonberg
Longwy-Thiel
Mannheim
Metz
Mosbach
Neckarelz I et II
Neckarelz Bad Rappenau
Neckargerach
Neckargartach-Heilbronn
Neckargerach Unterschwarsach
Neunkirchen
Oberehnheim-Obernai
Obrigheim
Peltre
Plattenwald
Rothau
Saint-Die
Sainte Marie aux Mines
Sanhofen (Daimler-Benz)
Sandweier
Schirmeck
Schönberg
Schörzingen
Schwabisch-Hall
Spaichingen
Tailfingen
Urbes Wesserling
Vaihingen-Enz
Vainhingen/Unterriechinegn
Wasserralfingen
Weckrieden
Wasserling
Zuffenhause (Heinkel)
Noé 
Récébédou 
Rieucros 
Rivesaltes 
Suresnes 
Thill


GOVERNMENT OF VICHY IN MAROCO AND ALGERIA 
Abadla 
Ain el Ourak 
Bechar 
Berguent 
Bogari 
Bouarfa 
Djelfa 
Kenadsa 
Meridja 
Missour 
Tendrara


HOLLAND
Amersfoort 
Ommen
Vught
Arnhem
Breda
Eindhoven
Gilze-Rijen
's Gravenhage (The Hague)
Haaren par Tilburg
Leeuwarden
Moerdijk
Rozendaal
Sint Michielsgestel
Valkenburg par Leiden
Venlo (Luftwaffe airfield)


ITALY 
Bolzano 
Borgo San Dalmazzo Cuneo
Fossoli 
In Moos
In Passeier
In Sterzing
Karthaus Schnalstal
Meran Untermais
Risiera di San Sabba


LATVIA   
Riga 
Riga-Kaiserwald 
Dundaga 
Eleje-Meitenes 
Jungfernhof 
Lenta 
Spilwe 
Mezaparks (Kaiserwald) 
Salaspils 
Jumpravmuita (Jungfernhof) 
Dundaga

LITHUANIA 
Kaunas 
Aleksotaskowno 
Palemonas 
Pravieniskès 
Volary




LUXEMBOURG
Cinq Fontaines
Kloster Funfbrunnen
Villa Pauly
Trois Vierges
Bahnhof Hollerich


NORWAY  
Baerum 
Berg 
Bredtvet 
Falstadt 
Tromsdalen
Ulven


POLAND 
Auschwitz-Birkenau  


Auschwtiz-Birkenau - Children used in medical experiments



Auscwitz Crematorium

Altdorf / Stara Wies
Althammer / Stara Kusnia
Babice
Bauzug
Beruna
Bismarckhütte / Chorzow-Battory
Blechhammer / Slawiecice
Bobrek / Oscwiecim
Budy
Brunn / Brono
Charlottengrubbe / Rydultowy
Chelmek / Chelmek-Paprotnik
Chorzow
Chrzanow
Czernica
Ernforst
Ernfort-Slawecice
Eintrachthutte / Swietochlowice
Freudenthal / Bruntal
Furstengrabe / Lawski
Gleiwitz I, II, II, IV / Gliwice
Golleschau / Goleszow
Gunthergrubbe / ledziny
Harmeze
Hindenburg / Zabrze
Hubertushutte-Hohenlinde / Lagiewniki
Janigagrube-Hoffnung / Libiaz
Jawichowitz
Kobio / Kobior
Lagischa / Lagisza
Laurahutte / Siemianowice
Lepziny-Lawki
Lesslau-Wloclawek
Libiaz-Maly
Lukow
Monowitz / Monowice
Myslowice
Neu Dachs / Jaworzno
Neustadt / Prudnik
Plawy
Rajsko
Rybnik
Rydultowy
Siemiennowice
Sosnowitz I et II / Sosnowiec
Trezbinia
Tscechwitz / Czechwiece
 Wloklawek-lesslan
Zasole
Zittau
Belzec 

Belzec - A woman about to be executed
Bierznow 
Biesiadka 
Dzierzazna & Litzmannstadt
Gross-Rosen
Aslau
Bad Warmbrunn / Cieplice
Bautzen
Berndorf / Bernartice
Blechhammer
Bolkenhain
Breslau - Wroclaw
Brief / Brzeg
Brunnlitz / Bruenec
Brusay / Brzezowa
Bunzlau / Boleslawiec
Bunzlau-Rauscha
Christianstadt
Dornhau
Dyhernfurth
Erlenbush
Eule
Faulbruk
Gadersdorf
Gassen
Cellenau
Falkenberg
Frierland
Fürstenstein
Gebhardsdorf
Gorlitz
Graben
Granefort
Grulich
Grunsberg
Gruschwitz / Kruswica
Halbstadt / Mezimesti
Hartmanndorf
Hirschberg / Jelenia Gara
Buchwald Höhenwöse
Hohenelbe / Wrszlabi
Kamenz
Kaltwasser
Kittlitztrebben / Kotlicki Trebin
Kursbach Grunthal
Landeshut / Kamienogora
Langenblielau / Lielawa
Larche Ludwigsdorf
Lehmwasser
Leszno Lissa
Mahrisch
Markstadt / Laskowitz
Marzbachtal
Marzdorf
Mittelsteine
Neisse-Neusalz Oder / Nova Sol
Niesky
Niesky Klein
Niesky Wittischenau
Radisch
Oberalsstadt
Oberwustegiersdorf
Parschnitz / Porici
Peterswaldau
Prausnitz / Prusnica
RauschaReichenau / Risznow
Reichenau Reichenberg Liberal
Reichenau Reichenbach
Schmiedenberg
Seuferwassergraben
Schotterwok
Striegau
Tannhausen
Waldenburg
Weiswasser
Wolsberg
Wustegierdorf / Giercze Puste
Wustegierdorf Station
Wusteweltersdorf
Zittau
Huta-Komarowska
Janowska 
Krakow
Kulmhof - Chelmno 
Lublin (prison)
Lwow (Lemberg)
Czwartaki
Lemberg 
Majdanek  

Majdanek Crematorium 1944
Majdanek Pile of Bones of Victims

Budzyn
Hrubieszow
Lublin
Mielec 
Pawiak (prison)
Plaszow 
Poniatowa
Pustkow 
Radogosz 
Radom 
Schmolz 
Schokken
Sobibor 
Stutthof 
Bocion
Bromberg
Brusy
Chorabie
Cieszyny
Danzig-Burggraben / Kokokszki
Danzig-Neufahrwasser
Danzigerwerf / Gdansk
Dzimianen
Elbing
Elblag (Org. Todt)
Elblag (Schinau)
Gdynia
Gerdenau
Graudenz
Greendorf
Grodno
Gutowo
Gwisdyn
Heiligenbeil
Jessu
Kokoschken
Kolkau
Krzemieniewo
Lauenburg
Malken Mierzynek
Nawitz
Niskie
Obrzycko
Police / Szczecin
 Prault
Pruszcz
Rosenberg / Brodnica
Scherokopas
Schiffenbeil
Serappen
Sophienwalde
Slipsk
Starorod
Torun (AEG, Org. Todt)
Treblinka 
Treblinka extermination camp
Wieliczka 
Zabiwoko (work camp) 
Zakopane


RUSSIA 
The actual number of Nazi camps in Russia cannot be determined. 
These were the major camps.

Akmétchetka 
Balanowka 
Bar 
Bisjumujsje 
Bogdanovka 

"Citadelle"
(The real name of this camp is unknown. The camp was located near Lvov. Thousands of Russians POW were killed in this camp) 

Czwartaki 
Daugavpils 
Domanievka 
Edineti
Kielbasin (or Kelbassino) 
Khorol 
Lemberg 
Mezjapark 
Ponary 
Rawa-Russkaja 
Salapils 
Strazdumujsje 
Yanowski 
Vertugen

YUGOSLAVIA  
Banjica 
Brocice 
Chabatz 
Danica 
Dakovo 
Gornja reka 
Gradiska 
Jadovno 
Jasenovac 
Jastrebarsko 
Kragujevac 
Krapje 
Kruscica 
Lepoglava 
Loborgrad 
Sajmite 
Sisak 
Slano 
Slavonska-Pozega 
Stara-Gradiska 
Tasmajdan 
Zemun