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German labor camps for Jews in the district of Radzyń

During World War II, 20 German labor camps for Jews were located in the Radzyń county. People who were not adapted to hard conditions, without appropriate tools and clothing, were sent to work. A serious problem was the lack of food. As a consequence, this led to frequent cases of starvation, epidemics and diseases. These facilities served not so much German economic purposes as extermination. Labor camps and other places of forced labor became places of gradual destruction of the people there.

Sławomir Mańko discusses this issue in his article. We invite you to read: https://doi.org/10.36121/RRH.21.2023.5