This is a list of names of forced laborers who were buried in the local cemetery of Braunschweig, Germany
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As in most parts of Germany, Braunschweig's industries utilized large numbers of forced laborers/prisoners, Jews and non-Jews, often securing them from concentration camps. Many of these workers died from various diseases or simply from exhaustion or starvation, and they were buried locally. In some cases the persons buried there were listed, in others not.
Ossie Schonfeld of Brooklyn had been deported from Czechoslovakia with his father, Abraham, to Auschwitz, and then to forced labor in Braunschweig. Abraham died there and, many years later, Ossie decided to go to Braunschweig and locate the cemetery. He did so and found the names of others who had died there. Exact dates of death are not known. The list appeared in The Jewish Press on August 18, 1995, and is reproduced from there.
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There are 217 records.
The file was submitted by Peter D. Lande
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