Bernsdorf Concentration Camp
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Bernsdorf (current location name Bernartice (Trutnov District)) was one of more than one hundred sub-camps of Gross Rosen. This textile forced labor camp was established in 1944 and the workers were all young Jewish women. The vast majority of the laborers came from Poland and Hungary.
Conditions in the camp were relatively good and most appear to have survived, though this information is not contained in the list. Postwar records exist for many of these women who entered displaced persons camps in Germany. Individual inquiries regarding postwar fate may be sent to email@example.com.
This database includes 289 records of forced laborers. The fields for this database are as follows:
The information contained in this database was indexed from the files available from the International Tracing Service (UTS), file (#220.127.116.11/0097/0052). Peter Landé compiled the list.
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