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AUSSENARBEITSLAGER A.E.G. THORN-WINKENAU - August. 1944, to January, 1945.

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GNIEWINO - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945.

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GODETOWO - February 3, 1945, to March 10, 1945. Upwards of 1,000 prisoners.

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KOLKOWO - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945. 700 prisoners; mainly Poles and Russians.

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KREPA KASZUBSKA - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945.

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LOWCZ GORNY - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945. 1,500 prisoners.

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NAWCZ - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945. 700 prisoners.

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RYBNO - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945. 1,500 prisoners.

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TOLISZCZYK - February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945. 1,500 prisoners.

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February 2, 1945, to March 10, 1945.

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This painting by a survivor of the Death March, Josef Lapinski, sums up the perils faced by the prisoners. We should mention that Morris Rosen’s sister marched. (although sick, and supported by another woman until there was no strength left) and was shot on the road by an SS guard. This Report is a tiny tribute to Leah Kiugman and the thousands of other good people who didn’t return to their families after serving in the Stutihof Concentration Camp.

 

Danzig Report Vol. 1 - Nr. 104 - July - August - September - 1999, Page 36.


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