List of subcamps of Natzweiler-Struthof

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The following is a list of subcamps of the Natzweiler-Struthof complex of Nazi concentration camps, and work kommandos from the main camp.

These subordinated camps were located on both sides of the German-French border. There were about 50 subcamps in the Natzweiler-Struthof camp system, located in Alsace and Lorraine as well as in the adjacent German provinces of Baden and Württemberg. By the fall of 1944, there were about 7,000 prisoners in the main camp and more than 20,000 in subcamps.[1]

  1. Asbach, today part of Obrigheim
  2. Auerbach, today part of Bensheim
  3. Bad Rappenau
  4. Baden-Baden
  5. Balingen
  6. Bernhausen
  7. Binau, seat of administration for subcamps in the area of Neckarelz
  8. Bisingen
  9. Bruttig-Treis (also called Treis-Bruttig), today Treis-Karden and Bruttig-Fankel, near Cochem
  10. Calw
  11. Cernay, Haut-Rhin
  12. Colmar
  13. Darmstadt
  14. Daudenzell, today part of Aglasterhausen
  15. Dautmergen
  16. Echterdingen
  17. Ellwangen
  18. Erzingen, today part of Balingen
  19. Frankfurt/Main, located within the Adler factory
  20. Frommern, today part of Balingen
  21. Geisenheim
  22. Geislingen an der Steige
  23. Fort Goeben within the city of Metz
  24. Gross-Sachsenheim
  25. Güttenbach
  26. Hailfingen-Tailfingen
  27. Haslach
  28. Heilbronn
  29. Heppenheim
  30. Hessenthal, today part of Schwäbisch Hall
  31. Iffezheim
  32. Kaisheim
  33. Kochendorf
  34. Leonberg, in the Engelberg Tunnel
  35. Mosbach
  36. Neckarbischofsheim
  37. Neckarelz I and II
  38. Neckargerach
  39. Neckargartach, today part of Heilbronn
  40. Neunkirchen
  41. Oberehnheim, today Obernai
  42. Oberschefflenz, today part of Schefflenz
  43. Obrigheim
  44. Offenburg
  45. Peltre
  46. Plattenwald, today part of Bad Friedrichshall
  47. Rothau
  48. Saint-Die
  49. Sainte Marie aux Mines
  50. Sandhofen
  51. Schirmeck
  52. Schömberg
  53. Schörzingen, today part of Schömberg
  54. Schwäbisch Hall
  55. Schwarzacher Hof, today part of Schwarzach
  56. Spaichingen
  57. Thil
  58. Unterriexingen, today part of Markgröningen
  59. Wiesengrund at Vaihingen an der Enz
  60. Walldorf, today part of Mörfelden-Walldorf
  61. Wasseralfingen, today part of Aalen
  62. Weckrieden, today part of Schwäbisch Hall
  63. Wesserling, today Husseren-Wesserling
  64. Zuffenhausen

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ United States Holocaust Memorial Museum (August 18, 2015). "Natzweiler-Struthof". Holocaust Encyclopedia. Retrieved September 20, 2015.

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