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Aussenlager Bremen-Blumenthal

(Concentrationcamp subcamp Bremen-Blumenthal)

Location:

The camp was in a small place called Blumenthal, currently a part of the German city of Bremen.

History:

The camp was founded at the end of September 1944 as a subcamp of the concentrationcamp Neuengamme. The average amount of prisoners was 500. They had to work in a factory called "Deutsche Schiffs- und Maschinenbau AG (Deschimag), Werk Weser AG".

The camp was evacuated in the beginning of April 1945.

Current status:

The place were the camp ones was, is a park with a small monument.

Place were the camp used to be (1993).   Place were the camp used to be (1993).
     
A small monument on the former camp site (1993).   A small monument on the former camp site (1993).

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