Here up to the Triftweg was the "Reichsbahn community camp Wuhlheide" and also the work education camp Wuhlheide, which is still synonymous with the horror. , The stone from GDR times is not quite correct, he speaks only of the resistance fighters. Hardly a forced laborer or a forced laborer, however, was in resistance.Three of the twelve accommodation barracks housing forced laborers from the Netherlands, the Czech Republic and Poland used the Gestapo as a work education camp. Here came the forced laborers, who refused to work, tried to escape or otherwise were prosecuted. It is estimated that about 25,000 detainees in these few barracks, including about 3,000 dead. Not only the Reichsbahn was the beneficiary of the interned here.
October 8, 2017
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