Ich sah den Namen Bosch: Polnische Frauen als KZ-Häftlinge in der Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH

TitleIch sah den Namen Bosch: Polnische Frauen als KZ-Häftlinge in der Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH
Publication TypeBook
Year of Publication2002
AuthorsMartin, Angela, and Hucky Fin Porzner
Number of Pages319
PublisherMetropol
CityBerlin
Abstract

It was only after the debate about "compensation" for the former forced laborers of Nazi Germany that people began to remember the numerous forced labor camps and concentration camp outposts at the German armaments factories. Even in Kleinmachnow, a suburb of Berlin, for a long time no one wanted to know about the subcamp that was located here from summer 1944 to April 1945 on the premises of Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH (DLMG). Towards the end of the war, this camouflage factory of the Bosch group exploited around 2,900 forced laborers, including around 800 female concentration camp prisoners. These mostly very young women came from Poland and had to produce accessories for aircraft engines under the greatest of secrecy. This Books is the first to explore their history

Translated TitleI Saw the Name Bosch: Polish Women as Concentration Camp Prisoners at Dreilinden Maschinenbau GmbH
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