List of subcamps of Sachsenhausen

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Sachsenhausen, brickworks

The following is a list of subcamps of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp established by Nazi Germany. The main camp, with around 50 barracks for slave-labour prisoners, was located 35 kilometres (22 mi) from Berlin, and operated between 1938 and April 22, 1945. During World War II the prisoners included Germans, Poles, Soviet POWs, Roma, and later Jews. It is estimated that the number of victims of Sachsenhausen was 30,000–35,000.[1] Dozens of subcamps of Sachsenhausen existed directly in the capital city, serving individual business operators and factories.[2]

Sub-camps[edit]

  1. Bad Saarow
  2. Beerfelde in Steinhöfel
  3. Berlin Arado-Werke (Preußen/Berlin, Arado-Werke/Flugzeugwerke) [3]
  4. Berlin-Hakenfelde (Preußen/Berlin, Luftfahrtgerätewerk/Siemens), 1,000 women [3]
  5. Berlin-Halensee (Preußen/Berlin, DEMAG) [3]
  6. Berlin-Haselhorst Siemensstadt (Preußen/Berlin, Siemens/Schuckertwerke AG), 700 women [3]
  7. Berlin-Haselhorst Siemensstadt (Preußen/Berlin, Siemens/Schuckertwerke AG), 1,400 men [3]
  8. Berlin Kastanienallee (Preußen/Berlin, Waffen-SS), 150 men [3]
  9. Berlin-Köpenick (Preußen/Berlin, Kabelwerk Oberspree der AEG), 1,200 women [3]
  10. Berlin-Köpenick (Preußen/Berlin, Kabelwerk Oberspree der AEG), men [3]
  11. Berlin-Lichtenrade (Preußen/Berlin, Luftschutzbauten / Feuerlöschteichen), men [3]
  12. Berlin-Lichterfelde (Preußen/Berlin, Reichssicherheitshauptamt), 1,500 men [3]
  13. Berlin-Mariendorf (Preußen/Berlin, Maschinenbau-Henschel), 650 women [3]
  14. Berlin-Marienfelde [3]
  15. Berlin-Moabit [3]
  16. Berlin-Moabit (Friedrich-Krause-Ufer) [3]
  17. Berlin-Müggelheim [3]
  18. Berlin-Neukölln [3]
  19. Berlin-Niederschöneweide [3]
  20. Berlin-Reinickendorf [3]
  21. Berlin-Spandau [3]
  22. Berlin-Südende [3]
  23. Berlin-Tegel [3]
  24. Berlin-Tegel [3]
  25. Berlin-Wilmersdorf [3]
  26. Berlin-Wilmersdorf (Kommandoamt der Waffen-SS) [3]
  27. Berlin-Zehlendorf [3]
  28. Berlin-Zehlendorf [3]
  29. Bernau bei Berlin
  30. Biesenthal
  31. Börnicke in Nauen
  32. Brandenburg
  33. Brüx
  34. Döberitz in Dallgow-Döberitz
  35. Drögen-Niendorf
  36. Falkenhagen in Falkensee
  37. Fürstenwalde
  38. Fasterweide (?)
  39. Genshagen in Ludwigsfelde
  40. Glau in Trebbin
  41. Groß Rosen
  42. Hohenlychen in Lychen
  43. Karlsruhe in Plattenburg
  44. Kleinmachnow
  45. Königs Wusterhausen
  46. Kolpin
  47. Küstrin
  48. Lieberose
  49. Lübben
  50. Müggelheim in Berlin
  51. Neubrandenburg
  52. Neudamm
  53. KZ Neuengamme
  54. Oranienburg
  55. Pölitz
  56. Prettin
  57. Rathenow
  58. Riga
  59. Schönwalde
  60. Senftenberg
  61. Storkow
  62. Stuttgart
  63. Tettenborn
  64. Treuenbrietzen
  65. Usedom (Peenemünde, V-2 rocket production plant)
  66. Werder
  67. Wewelsburg
  68. Wittenberg
Construction labor commandos that detained Poles
  1. Baubrigade 1
  2. Baubrigade 8
  3. Baubrigade 9
  4. Baubrigade 10
  5. Baubrigade 12
  6. Baubrigade I
  7. Baubrigade II
  8. Baubrigade V
  9. Baubrigade XIII

See also[edit]

References[edit]

  1. ^ List of subcamps of Sachsenhausen at Jewishgen.org
  2. ^ Database (2015). "Concentration camp Sachsenhausen". List of places: Concentration camps and outlying camps. Germany - A Memorial. Retrieved 7 March 2015. 
  3. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z Database (2015). "City of Berlin subcamps of KZ Sachsenhausen. Detail view". Concentration camp Sachsenhausen. Germany - A Memorial. Retrieved 7 March 2015.