Gabersdorf labour camp

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Coordinates: 50°35′46″N 15°56′46″E / 50.59611°N 15.94611°E / 50.59611; 15.94611

The Gabersdorf forced labour camp (also known as Wolta or Wolta-Gabersdorf) and later a Nazi concentration camp located at Libeč (today part of Trutnov) in Czechoslovakia. In the camp, Jewish women were detained who worked at the textile factories of Hasse, and company, Etrich, and Vereinigte Textilwerke K. H. Barthel. The camp was established in 1941 and became a subcamp of Gross-Rosen on 22 March 1944. It was liberated on 6 May 1945.


  • Kryl, Miroslav (2009). "Gabersdorf". In Megargee, Geoffrey P. The United States Holocaust Memorial Museum Encyclopedia of Camps and Ghettos, 1933–-1945. Volume 1. Bloomington: Indiana University Press. p. 731. ISBN 0-253-35328-9. 
  • Lazzarini, Marinella (2002). 2420: Nuska Hoffman : lager di Gabersdorf-Trautenau (in Italian). Viareggio: M. Baroni. ISBN 9788882092412. 

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