Konzentrationslager Mittelbau-Dora : zum antifaschistischen Widerstandskampf im KZ Dora, 1943 bis 1945 (Book, 1990) [WorldCat.org]
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Konzentrationslager Mittelbau-Dora : zum antifaschistischen Widerstandskampf im KZ Dora, 1943 bis 1945

Author: Erhard Pachaly; Kurt Pelny
Publisher: Berlin : Dietz, ©1990.
Series: Schriftenreihe Geschichte.
Edition/Format:   Print book : GermanView all editions and formats
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A history of the Dora labor camp, organized in August 1943, whose inmates manufactured rockets in underground tunnels under inhuman conditions. Emphasizes the organization and resistance of political prisoners. Of the other prisoners, many were Jews. Pp. 96-104 contain reminiscences by Wolfgang Gross, who was an 18-year-old Jew from Breslau when he came to Dora from the Monowitz labor camp adjacent to Auschwitz (as  Read more...
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Additional Physical Format: Online version:
Pachaly, Erhard, 1934-
Konzentrationslager Mittelbau-Dora.
Berlin : Dietz, ©1990
(OCoLC)652287802
Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Erhard Pachaly; Kurt Pelny
ISBN: 3320014889 9783320014889
OCLC Number: 23924315
Description: 268 pages : 108 illustrations ; 18 cm.
Series Title: Schriftenreihe Geschichte.
Responsibility: Erhard Pachaly, Kurt Pelny.

Abstract:

A history of the Dora labor camp, organized in August 1943, whose inmates manufactured rockets in underground tunnels under inhuman conditions. Emphasizes the organization and resistance of political prisoners. Of the other prisoners, many were Jews. Pp. 96-104 contain reminiscences by Wolfgang Gross, who was an 18-year-old Jew from Breslau when he came to Dora from the Monowitz labor camp adjacent to Auschwitz (as he related to one of the authors in 1982). Pp. 113-116 describe transports consisting mainly of Hungarian and Polish Jewish women and children who labored under the same conditions as the men. Notes that the treatment of Jewish prisoners was so brutal that others felt themselves privileged in comparison.

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