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The publication is dedicated to Polish prisoners in forced labor camp in Klein Mangersdorf today Magnuszowiczki near Niemodlin in Opole province in Upper Silesia staying there in 1941-1942 and coming from Polish lands annexed to the Reich in 1939 within the Province of Upper SilesiaNazi forced labor camp in Klein Mangersdorf that existed in 1940-1944 and was subordinated to The Schmelt Organization was one of a hundred and fifty similar ones that in the literature are presented primarily as forced labor camps for Jews Also in camp Magnuszowiczki in 1940-1941 and 1942-1944 were imprisoned Jews In the period when mostly Poles lived there a dozen Jewish people most of whom were former Polish citizens also remained in the camp as the staff The inmates of this camp both Jews and Poles during 1941-1942 were employed in the construction of the motorway Berlin - Breslau - GleiwitzThe study is based on the materials contained inter alia in the Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau museum the relations between former prisoners and materials that they collected in their private archives The study is complemented by a list of 502 Polish prisoners in this camp enriched with diagrams photographs correspondence drawings and poems made by former prisoners Much space was devoted to living and working conditions medical care and prisoners escapes Descriptive information was supplemented with tables showing the age of the former prisoners held there their professional development education and others
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