Zwangarbeitslager für Juden Jan 5, 2023 18:12:43 GMT
Post by nazgul on Jan 5, 2023 18:12:43 GMT
Ulrich Herbert (University of Freiburg), Forced Laborers in the Third Reich: An Overview pdf link has stated there were only 50 000 Jewish workers (p8). His work is a genuine appraisal of the situation but hampered by lack of knowledge of the true extent of Jewish labour, especially in Ostland and Ukraine.
Forced labor camps for Jews in the Rivne region.
Historian Alexander Kruglov has described the conditions in the camps along the DG IV in the Vinnytsia region in 1942–1943. The Jewish forced laborers were accommodated in improvised camps, such as stables and other sheds designed for cattle, school buildings, or a former synagogue. They were fed mainly a pea or potato soup, supplemented with a little millet or horse flesh.
A network of similar forced labor camps for Jews existed also in the Dniprpetrovsk region along the road from Kryvyi Rih to Dnipro.
Forced labor camps for Jews in the Dniprpetrovsk region.
These camps existed from around May 1942 until the end of 1942 or early in 1943.
Forced labor camps for Jews in the Cherkasy region.
Forced labor camps for Jews in the Volyn region.
Forced labor camps for Jews in Brest region (part of Gk Volhynia-Podolia in 1941–1944).
The number of Jews in each of these camps ranged from around a dozen to 1000 or more, such that the total number held in all 120 camps probably exceeded 15,000 people
Corresponding author: Martin Christopher Dean, Institute for Interdisciplinary Studies, Babyn Yar Holocaust Memorial Center, 12 Bolling Lane, Bethesda, MD, 20817, USA, E-mail: [email protected][/quote]