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RG-28.01, Dachau concentration camp. Mass killing of the Soviet prisoners of war

RG-28.02, Dachau concentrtion camp diaries, secondary sources

RG-28.03, Nazi crimes in the concentration camps, photodocuments

RG-28.04, Dachau concentration camp, postwar memorialization

RG-28.05, German armaments production,  Werk Dachau in Dachau



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Title: Dachau Concentration Camp, 1941-1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

Predominant Dates:1941 -- 1943

ID: RG-28/RG-28

Primary Creator: Allied Authorities, US Military Government in Germany, Gestapo and Dachau commandant offices (1945 -- 1946)

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The arrangement scheme for the record group was imposed during processing in the absence of an original order. Materials are arranged by subject/creator, then by identifier, as assigned by the processor.

Record group is comprised of four collections and one item, the collections of which are: 1. Collection on the Commandmant Office of Dachau concentration camp; 2. Dachau concentration camp photo album; 3. Dachau concentration camp photo-booklet; 4. Special Services of the US Seventh Army overview reports.

Languages: German, English

Abstract

RG-28, Dachau Concentration Camp and Memorial Site, 1941 -- 1946.

Documents from the camp commandant office and the documents relate to the postwar memorialization of the campsite

Scope and Contents of the Materials

This record group is comprised of materials related to Dachau concentration camp, documenting the administrative aspects of the camp authorities and its personnel; the murderous activities undertaken in the camp; and post-liberation documents which provide evidence of Nazi crimes and postwar trials of the camp personnel.

The correspondence within this record group include letters between the Gestapo in Munich, as well as other German police and security agencies with the Office of the Dachau camp commandant. Additionally, there are also the reports issued by the Dachau Commandant Office. These reports deal with daily activity, including the executions carried out for the Soviet Prisoners of War.

Other documents originate with the Allied military administration. For example, these such materials shed light on the murderous activities of the Nazi security agencies, in the concentration camps and prisoner of war camps, specifically regarding the mass killings of the Soviet (Russian) prisoners of war in October-November 1941 and April-May 1942. These documents, originating from the three different offices--the Commandmant Office of the Dachau concentration camp; the office of the Stalag VII A in Moosbourg; and from the office of Criminal Counsel Weyrauch--do not reveal the causes for the daily extermination of the Soviet (Russian) prisoners of war, mainly young soldiers, on the grounds of the Dachau concentration camp.

The linked documentary, within this record group, is streamed from the Film and Video Archive of the US Holocaust Memorial Museum, and is titled Atrocities at Dachau.

Materials in this record group include reports by the Special Services of the U.S. Seventh Army; diaries and testimonies; official documents; photographs; and a linked documentary from USHMM.

Collection Historical Note

The security police carried out ongoing investigations at the prisoner of war camps: Stalag IV A, Stalag VII A, Stalag VII B, and Stalag Frt. 304. Upon the completion of the investigation, the charges were pressed and submitted to the Gestapo main office in Munich. The orders of liquidation (executions) were issued either by the Gestapo office or by the SIPO (Security Police). The Dachau Commandant Office executed the orders, while the camp personnel perpetrated mass killings. Then this office submitted the lists of the executed back to the Gestapo Office in Munich, providing time-related details of the executions. In the documents available to us, there are no indications on the incriminating charges or statements about the official sentences. It is remained unknown why that many Soviet prisoners of war were condemned to death.

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This record group combines records originated from the Gestapo and the Commandant office of Dachau concentrtion camp, as well as documents produced by the US Military Goverment with regard to investigation of Nazi crimes against humanity and peace

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Repository: Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust

Access Restrictions: No Restrictions, some documents are displayed at the Museum

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Original/Copies Note: The documentary, Atrocities at Dachau, is linked from the U.S. Holocaust Memorial Museum, and can be found here: http://resources.ushmm.org/film/display/detail.php?file_num=56.

Preferred Citation: RG-28, Dachau Concentration Camp. Los Angeles Museum of the Holocaust Archive.

Processing Information: Materials are primarily described using the local descriptive standards of the LA Museum of the Holocaust.


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[Sub-Collection 3: RG-28.03, Nazi crimes in the concentration camps, photodocuments, 1945],
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Sub-Collection 1: RG-28.01, Dachau concentration camp. Mass killing of the Soviet prisoners of war, 1941 -- 1946Add to your cart.

The documents presented in this collection reflect the murdering activities of the several Nazi security agencies and concentration camps. The security agencies were the State Secret Police (Gestapo) in Munich, Regensburg, and Weimar. In the documents these agencies are often referred as regional and local SIPO (Security Police) and SD (Security Service) police organization, in fact a generic names for state police agencies. The hierarchy and administrative subordination is not shown with regard to the issued orders. Seemingly, in the case of murdering Soviet (Russian) Prisoners of War, the Gestapo played a role of a coordinating agency.

On the Munich, Regensburg, and Weimar Gestapo offices order, the prisoner of war camps, located in German, notably: Stalag IV B, Stalag VII A, Stalag VII B, and Stalag Frt. 304, were directing the transport with the earlier selected Soviet prisoners of war to the disposition of the Dachau, and Buchenwald concentration camp. The orders from the SIPO and SD were issued and directed to the Commandant offices of the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps. These orders are not present in the camp files, although the camp reports and certified information permit to understand the character of those orders. The SIPO and SD offices in coordination with the regional Gestapo headquarters ordered executions of the consecutively arriving groups of the Soviet prisoners of war.

The documents on the pages 1-5 and 7, 8 are originated from the Office of the Dachau Camp Commandant. The documents on the pages 6, 9, 10 are originated from the Stalag VII A in Moosbourg. The documents on the pages 11, 12, 13 are originated from the Criminal Counsel Weyrauch.

All herein mentioned documented in forms of the reports, certified information, and orders were subsequently addressed to the Gestapo offices in Munich, Regensburg, or Weimar; while the engaged camp offices had received the copies.

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-28.01.01, Dachau Concentration Camp, mass killing of the Soviet POWs, 17 October, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a list comprised by the authorities at Dachau Concentration Camp near Munich.  The list is in regards to an execution of Soviet POW's carried out by camp authorities. There are 27 Soviet POW's listed.

The first sheet is a handwritten list confirming the amount of Soviet POW's transported into Dachau camp, from October 15, 1941 -- March 27, 1942, totalling a number of 443 Soviet POWs.

Dated 17 October, 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Execution in concentration camps
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of War, Allied powers
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Munich (Germany)
Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Mass executions
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Zschuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilije Botschkariow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Atanasius Trenikin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Abranow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jacob Kusnjezow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Lawentry Iwanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ignatius Dubow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Victor Kozlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leonid Nesterenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Andreev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Buneev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Zabula, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Magomet Saev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fjodor Miheev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Puhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Skobelev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vladimir Volhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fedot Vahnikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Kudrevathyh, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Slominskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jurij Schamis, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Ponomarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Astratov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stepan Myroniuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Pogribniak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Semen Balabajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Ul'cifer, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Masikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Alejnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilij Tobolenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Sergeew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Newmerschickij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Nakotenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sliwko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Stefanjuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Dmitriew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sumbaew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Perepljotschikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Schurow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Naumov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Karjavon, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Mensikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Litowtschenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Birjukow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jossif Polychan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Jermak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Petr Misko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Beresa, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Bogomasow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Tscheretwitzschnij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Gerber, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Miskow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Nemazanj, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Tschernjajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Demian Orlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Dotschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Lukatenok, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Domaslawski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexej Konikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Knhuschkin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Kaftarowski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Hanin Filimonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Matschulski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ilja Skwortzow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Selowiew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Kabanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Galimula Scharipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Zacharow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Belajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Aleschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Wasilew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Palewnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Melnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pachom Ensartschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Gulobew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Nikonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Schilow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Valipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Schaworonko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Borisijenkow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Sisoew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Smorak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Fischow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Subankow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fiodor Halasnyi, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasilij Mogutow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stefan Pirijan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, 17 October, 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is comprised by the Dachau Camp Commandant office, confirming the execution of 27 Soviet POW's (listed).

The first half of the file is a provided transcription of the German language correspondence.

17 October, 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Execution in concentration camps
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of War, Allied powers
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Munich (Germany)
Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Mass executions
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Zachuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilije Botschkariow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Atanasius Trenikin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Abranow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jacob Kusnjezow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Lawentry Iwanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ignatius Dubow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Schkutarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Jermak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Petr Misko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Beresa, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Bogomasow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Tscheretwitzschnij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Gerber, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Miskow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Nemazanj, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Tschernjajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Demian Orlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Dotschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Lukatenok, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Domaslawski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexej Konikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Knhuschkin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Kaftarowski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Hanin Filimonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Matschulski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ilja Skwortzow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Selowiew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Kabanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Galimula Scharipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Zacharow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Belajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Aleschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Wasilew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Palewnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Melnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pachom Ensartschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Gulobew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Nikonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Schilow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Valipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Schaworonko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Borisijenkow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Sisoew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Smorak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Fischow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Subankow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fiodor Halasnyi, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasilij Mogutow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stefan Pirijan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Victor Kozlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leonid Nesterenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Andreev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Buneev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Zabula, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Magomet Saev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fjodor Miheev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Puhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Skobelev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vladimir Volhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fedot Vahnikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Kudrevathyh, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Naumov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Karjavon, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Mensikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Slominskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jurij Schamis, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Ponomarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Astratov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stepan Myroniuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Pogribniak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Semen Balabajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Ul'cifer, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Masikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Alejnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilij Tobolenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Sergeew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Litowtschenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Birjukow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jossif Polychan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Newmerschickij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Nakotenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sliwko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Stefanjuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Dmitriew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sumbaew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Perepljotschikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Schurow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Truschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dmitri Smorodin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant office with translation, part 1, 17 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is the written translation (in English) of a document devised by the Dachau Camp Commandant office confirming the execution of 27 Soviet POW's in the camp.

17 October 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Execution in concentration camps
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Munich (Germany)
Germany (1933 -- 1945)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Mass executions
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Liquidation of concentration camps
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Nikolai Zachuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Creators:
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 2, 17 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau camp authorities to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's for an unknown reason.

English translation is provided.

17 October 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Zachuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 3, 17 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a portion of correspondence sent from Dachau Camp authorities to Gestapo offices in Munich, regarding the execution of 27 Soviet POW's for an unknown reason.

17 october 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Wassilije Botschkariow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Atanasius Trenikin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Abranow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jacob Kusnjezow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Lawentry Iwanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ignatius Dubow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Schkutarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 4, 23 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau camp authorities to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of 40 Soviet POW's at the Dachau camps, for an unknown reason.

23 October, 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Iwan Jermak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Petr Misko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Beresa, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Bogomasow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Tscheretwitzschnij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Gerber, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Miskow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Nemazanj, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Tschernjajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Demian Orlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Dotschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Lukatenok, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Domaslawski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexej Konikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Knhuschkin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Kaftarowski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Hanin Filimonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Matschulski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ilja Skwortzow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Selowiew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Kabanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Galimula Scharipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Zacharow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Belajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Aleschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leon Wasilewski, estimations and counts of Ukrainian population in interwar Poland, SN, 1927
Sergej Wasilew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Palewnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Melnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pachom Ensartschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Gulobew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Nikonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Schilow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Valipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Schaworonko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Borisijenkow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Sisoew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Smorak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Fischow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Subankow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fiodor Halasnyi, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasilij Mogutow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stefan Pirijan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 5, 10 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau camp authorities to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's on the grounds of Dachau camps, for an unknown reason.

10 November 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Victor Kozlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leonid Nesterenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Andreev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Buneev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Zabula, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Magomet Saev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fjodor Miheev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Puhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Skobelev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vladimir Volhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fedot Vahnikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Kudrevathyh, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Naumov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Karjavon, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Mensikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Slominskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Ignatuscenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Skvorcov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Babanov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Kuryl'cik, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jewtichij Pokotjelo, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 6, 17 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence sent from the Dachau Camp Commandant office to the Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's, for reasons unknown.

17 October, 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Zschuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilije Botschkariow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Atanasius Trenikin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Abranow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jacob Kusnjezow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Lawentry Iwanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ignatius Dubow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Schkutarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 7, 23 October 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau camp Commandant Office, to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's on the grounds of the Dachau camps.

23 October, 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Iwan Jermak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Petr Misko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Beresa, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Bogomasow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Tscheretwitzschnij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Gerber, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Miskow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Nemazanj, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Tschernjajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Demian Orlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Dotschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Lukatenok, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Domaslawski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexej Konikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Knhuschkin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Kaftarowski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Hanin Filimonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Matschulski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ilja Skwortzow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Selowiew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Kabanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Galimula Scharipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Zacharow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Belajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Aleschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Wasilew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Palewnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Melnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pachom Ensartschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Gulobew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Nikonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Schilow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Valipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Schaworonko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Borisijenkow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Sisoew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Smorak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Fischow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Subankow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fiodor Halasnyi, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasilij Mogutow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stefan Pirijan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jewtichij Pokotjelo, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 8, 10 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence between Dachau camp Commandant office and Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's on the grounds of the Dachau camps.

10 November 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Victor Kozlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leonid Nesterenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Andreev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Buneev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Zabula, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Magomet Saev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fjodor Miheev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Puhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Skobelev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vladimir Volhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fedot Vahnikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Kudrevathyh, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Naumov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Karjavon, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Mensikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Slominskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Ignatuscenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Skvorcov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Babanov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Kuryl'cik, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jewtichij Pokotjelo, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 9, 13 November 1941Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence between the Dachau camp Commandant office, to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of Soviet POW's on the grounds of Dachau camps.

13 November 1941

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Jurij Schamis, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Ponomarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Astratov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stepan Myroniuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Pogribniak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Semen Balabajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Ul'cifer, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Masikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Alejnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilij Tobolenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Sergeew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Litowtschenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Birjukow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jossif Polychan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Newmerschickij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Nakotenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sliwko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Stefanjuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Dmitriew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sumbaew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Perepljotschikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Schurow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Truschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dmitri Smorodin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 10, March 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau Camp Commandant Office to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of a number of Soviet POW's on Dachau camp grounds.

March 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
SS and administrative personnel, German
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-28.01.02, Dachau Concentration Camp Commandant Office with translation, part 11, 30 April 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is correspondence from Dachau Camp Commandant Office to Gestapo authorities in Munich, regarding the execution of Soviet POW's on the grounds of Dachau camps.

30 April 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Concentration camp, commandants, 1933 -- 1945
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Correspondence between Nazi-German agencies
correspondence to and from concentration camps
Correspondence to and from Nazi German prisons
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Documents in German language
Documents issued in the German concentration camps, 1939 -- 1945
Execution in concentration camps
German police and security forces in the General Government, 1939 -- 1945
Germans detaining Soviet prisoners of war, 1941-1945
Germany (Europe)
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Liquidation of concentration camps
Mass executions
Munich (Germany)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoners of war, Soviet
Prisoners of war, Soviet, inhuman conditions, wartime
Soldiers, Soviet Red Army
SS and administrative personnel, German
Soviet Union (1940-1945)
Telegrams to Nazi officials
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
German administration of concentration and labor camps (1933 -- 1945)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
German camp authorities (1933 -- 1945)
Sub-Collection 2: RG-28.02, Dachau concentrtion camp diaries, secondary sources, 1939 -- 1945Add to your cart.

This collection comprises correspondences and reports between the Commandant Offices of the Dachau Concentration Camp and Secret State Police (Gestapo) in Munich in respect to the Soviet (Russian) Prisoners of War who arrived to Dachau from the prisoners of war camps: Stalag IV B, Stalag VII A, Stalag VII B, and Stalag Frt. 304. The mass killings of the Soviet Prisoners of War were conducted on the grounds of Dachau Concentration Camps. Every mass execution was followed by a report issued by the Commandant Office to the Gestapo in Munich.

The documents presented in this collection reflect the murdering activities of the several Nazi security agencies and concentration camps. The security agencies were the State Secret Police (Gestapo) in Munich, Regensburg, and Weimar. In the documents these agencies are often referred as regional and local SIPO (Security Police) and SD (Security Service) police organization, in fact a generic names for state police agencies. The hierarchy and administrative subordination is not shown with regard to the issued orders. Seemingly, in the case of murdering Soviet (Russian) Prisoners of War, the Gestapo played a role of a coordinating agency.

On the Munich, Regensburg, and Weimar Gestapo offices order, the prisoner of war camps, located in German, notably: Stalag IV B, Stalag VII A, Stalag VII B, and Stalag Frt. 304, were directing the transport with the earlier selected Soviet prisoners of war to the disposition of the Dachau, and Buchenwald concentration camp. The orders from the SIPO and SD were issued and directed to the Commandant offices of the Dachau and Buchenwald concentration camps. These orders are not present in the camp files, although the camp reports and certified information permit to understand the character of those orders. The SIPO and SD offices in coordination with the regional Gestapo headquarters ordered executions of the consecutively arriving groups of the Soviet prisoners of war.

The documents on the pages 1-5 and 7, 8 are originated from the Office of the Dachau Camp Commandant. The documents on the pages 6, 9, 10 are originated from the Stalag VII A in Moosbourg. The documents on the pages 11, 12, 13 are originated from the Criminal Counsel Weyrauch.

All herein mentioned documented in forms of the reports, certified information, and orders were subsequently addressed to the Gestapo offices in Munich, Regensburg, or Weimar; while the engaged camp offices had received the copies.

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-28.02.01, Concentration Camp Dachau, Overview Reports by Special Services of the US Seventh Army, ca 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a full-scale overview report of the inner functions and inner workings of Dachau Concentration Camp, conducted by the Special Services of the U.S. 7th Army.

The report is divided into four parts:

1.) Foreword by U.S. Colonel William W. Quinn 2.) Summarization of History, Composition, and Organization of Camp Dachau 3.) Camp Dachau, Town of Dachau, and the Townspeople of Dachau 4.) Memorandum, Diary & Account of Prisoners, Liberation of Camp Dachau

ca 1945

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Survivors of Dachau concentration camp
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
United States (1939 -- 1945)
United States War Department
United States High Military Command
Germany (Europe)
Concentration camps in Germany, 1933 -- 1945
Office of Strategic Services (OSS), United States intelligence agency formed in the Second World War
OSS Section (Intelligence Services)
Organization of concentration camps in German-occupied and controlled territories, 1933 -- 1945
Prisoner diaries
PWB Section
CIC Detachment
Counterintelligence Corps (CIC)
Aftermath of Nazi-German concentration camp liberation, photographs
Aftermath of Nazi-German concentration camp liberation
US soldiers, liberation of Nazi-German concentration camps, photo-documents
Postliberation proofs of Nazi-German and Axis persecutions
Liberation of Nazi-German concentration camps, Germany
testimonies from the Nazi-German concentration camps
Quinn, Colonel William W.
Seventh U.S. Army
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Simion Molow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Iwan Hassajew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pawel Sekerin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrei Jakowlew, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergei Arlow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Pirogow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Wasili Drostow, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Selin, Soviet Prisoner of War executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sisenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Buldigin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Koszin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilje Mogutoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolay Misarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Offczarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Johann Liwow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Abarin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Zacharow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolai Zachuwasoff, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Dawidow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilije Botschkariow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Atanasius Trenikin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Abranow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jacob Kusnjezow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Lawentry Iwanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ignatius Dubow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michael Schkutarow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Jermak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Petr Misko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Beresa, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Bogomasow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Tscheretwitzschnij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Gerber, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Miskow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Nemazanj, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Tschernjajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Demian Orlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Dotschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Lukatenok, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Domaslawski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexej Konikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Knhuschkin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Feodor Kaftarowski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Hanin Filimonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Matschulski, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ilja Skwortzow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Selowiew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Kabanow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Galimula Scharipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasili Belajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Aleschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Wasilew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Palewnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Melnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pachom Ensartschuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Alexander Gulobew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Nikonow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Schilow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Grigorij Valipow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Schaworonko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Daniel Borisijenkow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Viktor Sisoew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Piotr Smorak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Fischow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Subankow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fiodor Halasnyi, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wasilij Mogutow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stefan Pirijan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Victor Kozlow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Leonid Nesterenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Andreev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Buneev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Anatolij Zabula, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Magomet Saev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fjodor Miheev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Puhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Skobelev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vladimir Volhov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Fedot Vahnikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Kudrevathyh, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Naumov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Karjavon, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Andrej Mensikov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Slominskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jurij Schamis, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Ponomarenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Konstantin Astratov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Stepan Myroniuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Pogribniak, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Semen Balabajew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Ul'cifer, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Masikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Alejnikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Wassilij Tobolenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Michail Sergeew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Litowtschenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Pjotr Birjukow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Jossif Polychan, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Nikolaj Newmerschickij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksej Nakotenko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sliwko, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Stefanjuk, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Dmitriew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Iwan Sumbaew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksandr Perepljotschikow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dimitrij Schurow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Georgij Truschin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Dmitri Smorodin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Valentin Vasil'ev, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Vilkov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Aleksei Acafonov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Satohin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Sergej Voroncov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Nikiforov, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Vasilij Smirnow, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Ivan Rudkowskij, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
Creators:
United States. Army Air Forces. Air Force, 7th. (1945)
Allied Authorities, US Military Government in Germany, Gestapo and Dachau commandant offices (1945 -- 1946)
German Authorities of Dachau Concentration Camp (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-28.02.02, Diary of E.K, and Testimony of E.H., as seen in Overview Reports, ca 1945Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is the written transcription of the diary of a prisoner known to the Official Report as E.K, and the testimony of an additional prisoner known only as E.H.

The diary entries of E.K. span from 20 November, 1942 -- 25 December, 1942 as prisoner of Dachau Concentration camp.

Attached to the file is also a list of Soviet POW's that were sent from a Stalag POW camp, to one of the Dachau camps, to be executed, in 1941.

Subject/Index Terms:
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
CIC Detachment
Counterintelligence Corps (CIC)
Prisoner diaries
Diaries during the Holocaust
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Prisoner of Dachau concentration camp
Survivors of Dachau concentration camp
Existential perception of the Holocaust
Fear, self preservation, egoism, betrayal in existential realities
day-to-day life in Nazi concentration camps
Danzig (Poland)
Danzig (Germany)
Food in the concentration camps, 1933 -- 1945
Prisoners, children
Starvation, concentration camps
living and working conditions in concentration and labor camps
Interpersonal relationships in concentration camps
Medical experiments in Nazi-German concentration camps
Roman Catholic Priest
Health and illness in concentration camps
Gregorij Schechanin, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau Camps, c. 1941
Grigori Gussew, Soviet Prisoner of War, executed at the Dachau camps, c. 1941
United States High Military Command
United States War Department
US soldiers, liberation of Nazi-German concentration camps, photo-documents
Quinn, Colonel William W.
Creators:
Prisoners of Dachau concentration camp, Germany 1933--1945 (1933--1945)
United States. Army Air Forces. Air Force, 7th. (1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-28.02.03, Jozef Jonski, Dachau, Wajkert. June 27, 1943, 27 June 1943Add to your cart.
Sub-Collection 3: RG-28.03, Nazi crimes in the concentration camps, photodocuments, 1945Add to your cart.

Photodocuments depicts the evidences of Nazi crimes perpetrated in the concentration camps on a mass scale.

These crimes are qualified according to the international law as crimes against humanity, peace and war crimes

Documentary film and photodocuments relate to the aftermath of the liberation of the Nazi camps.

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-28.03.01, Picture report of five concentration camps, Bildbericht aus funf Konzentrationslagern, c. 1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a picture report of five concentration camps written in German under the title, "Bildbericht aus funf Konzentrationslagern", published by the American War Information Office on behalf of the Supreme Commander of the Allied Forces.

The report highlights five camps: Buchenwald, Belsen, Gardelegen, Nordhausen, Ohrdruf. Report includes information about the camp and statistics related to deaths at each particular camp, and images attributed to each camp are post-liberation photographs.

c. 1946

Subject/Index Terms:
American soldiers, liberation of Nordhausen
Aftermath of Nazi-German concentration camp liberation, photographs
Aftermath of the liberation on Nazi-German concentration camps, Bergen Belsen, May 1945
Aftermath of the Buchenwald concentration camp liberation, photographs, 1945
US soldiers, liberation of Nazi-German concentration camps, photo-documents
Prisoners of Nazi-German concentration camps, postliberation conditions
Physical conditions of the Nazi concentration camp prisoners after liberation, photo-documents
Ohrdruf-Nord (Concentration camp)
Buchenwald (Germany: Concentration Camp), post-liberation photographs
Buchenwald (Germany: concentration camp)
Bergen-Belsen (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Gardelegen (Germany)
Gardelegen massacre
Nordhausen (Germany)
Nordhausen (Concentration camp)
Armed Forces, Allied
Documents in German language
Germany (Europe)
Creators:
Allied Armed Forces, 1939 -- 1945 (1939 -- 1945)
Sub-Collection 4: RG-28.04, Dachau concentration camp, postwar memorialization, 1945 --1946Add to your cart.

US Military government in Bavaria initiated memorialization of the site of Dachau concentration camp.

When Federal Republic of Germany was established in the fall of 1949, it would continue memorialization efforts, eventually the Museum of Dachau concentration camp came into being.

The Album presented here is one of the earliest publication of the Dachau concentration camp. It served as precursor to the future museum publications and the literature about Nazi crimes.

Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-28.04.01, International Information Office for the Former Concentration Camp Dachau, c. 1946Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a picture-based publication edited by the United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNNRA).

This document discusses information and photographs and interpretations of Dachau concentration camp.

Document includes photographs from wartime era, as well as liberation photographs.

Captions are written in English, French, Polish, and German.

c. 1946

Subject/Index Terms:
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
The United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA)
Coalition of United and Allied Nations, 1939 -- 1945
Documents in English language
Documents in French language
Documents in Polish language
Documents in German language
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
International Research Service
Prisoners of Dachau Concentration Camp, 1933-1945
Dachau war crimes trial
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
Crematoria in the Nazi-German concentration camps
Roll call in Nazi - German concentration camps
Gestapo (Nazi German Secret political police)
Munich (Germany)
Publications of the US Military Government in postwar Germany
Holocaust, Jewish (1939 -- 1945), postwar publications
Awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe, soldiers, American
American awareness of Nazi atrocities in Europe
Raising awareness of the Holocaust
Creators:
United Nations Relief and Rehabilitation Administration (UNRRA) (1946)
Sub-Collection 5: RG-28.05, German armaments production,  Werk Dachau in DachauAdd to your cart.

The Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works) was a Nazi German defense contractor with headquarters in Berlin during World War II, owned and operated by the Schutzstaffel (SS). It consisted of a network of requisitioned factories and camp workshops across German-occupied Europe exploiting the prisoner slave labor from Nazi concentration camps and the Jewish ghettos in German-occupied Poland. DAW outfitted the German military with boots, uniforms and materials on the eastern front at a windfall profit, provided wood and metal supplies, as well as reconstruction work on railway lines and freight trains.

The business enterprise was founded in May 1939 and was in operation until 1943. About 15,500 concentration camp prisoners died at DAW due to heavy work loads imposed by the contractor and the inhuman working conditions "calculated not just to cripple their bodies but also to plunge them into a state of perpetual terror." DAW operated several businesses in the Dachau Concentration Camp, Sachsenhausen, Buchenwald, Auschwitz, where forced labor was used. Work was later expanded to Majdanek concentration camp, KZ Lviv (Janowska Road Camp), Stutthof, and other camps.

This photo-album entitled Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau is a collection of photo-documents reflecting the DAW production of bakery products, timber materials, furniture and compact wooden cottages by the organized work force and technical staff of this labor camp, located in the town of Dachau.

Subject/Index Terms:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW, German Equipment Works), 1939 -- 1943
German requisitioned factories and workshops in German-occupied Europe, 1939 -- 1944
Prisoner slave labor, Nazi-German concentration and labor camps, German-occupied Europe
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 1: RG-28.05.01, German armaments production, Werk Dachau in Dachau. (Cover), c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a German publication showing the grounds of Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werk Dachau (DAW), or German Armaments Works, in the German town of Dachau.

Dachau camp prisoners were the workers of the work factory, which included a bakery, butchery, lumberyard and carpentry.

The main function of the works factory was to produce construction materials and equipment for the SS.

Subject/Index Terms:
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW, German Equipment Works), 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 2: RG-28.05.02, Chief of department in his office with secretary, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This particular page shows an image of the director and secretary of the DAW works in the town of Dachau.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 3: RG-28.05.03, Deputy chief of factory, with secretary and special assistant, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the deputy director along with secretary and personal assistant.

Subject/Index Terms:
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 4: RG-28.05.04, Administrative offices, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the administrative offices of DAW factory. Pictured is the head of supplies and registrar.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 5: RG-28.05.05, Accounting, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This page shows the accounting team and register of DAW workshop and factory.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 6: RG-28.05.06, Accounting office and accountants, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of the accounting office with accountants.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 7: RG-28.05.07, Butchershop and Grocery store, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page highlights the butchers shop and grocery store, presumably with forced laborers/Dachau prisoners.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 8: RG-28.05.08, Bakery products workshop, 1, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page highlights the bakery workshop, along with a worker (presumably a Dachau prisoner).

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 9: RG-28.05.09, Bakery products workshop. 2, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows images of camp prisoners/forced laborers working in the bakery products workshop. c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 10: RG-28.05.10, Flour storage room, and bread storage room, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page documents the flour and bread storage rooms of DAW industries in the town of Dachau.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 11: RG-28.05.11, Rest area with lockers, and machinery for production of dried bread, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page highlights the rest area with a forced laborer 'resting', and additional images of machinery for the production of bread. Dachau, c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 12: RG-28.05.12, Meat processing area. 1, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page depicts the butchery room and meat processing area.

Dachau, c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 13: RG-28.05.13, Meat processing area. 2Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page depicts images from the butchery and meat processing area of the DAW works in the town of Dachau.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 14: RG-28.05.14, General view of the factory, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the view from the outside of the DAW industries work facility.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 15: RG-28.05.15, Administration of the factory, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the administration room, auftragseingang, or "where assignments come in".  Pictured in the admin room are the factory manager and calculator.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 16: RG-28.05.16, Prisoners as office workers, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

In camp prisoner garb, forced laborers/camp prisoners are pictured in what is known as the 'inmates office'.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 17: RG-28.05.17, Technological process, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows various work rooms, including the toolroom, goods stock, and drawing room for inmates.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Work in concentration camps
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 18: RG-28.05.18, Storage area for lumber. 1, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page the outdoor storage area for lumber.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 19: RG-28.05.19, Stacks of Lumber, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows images from the lumber yard, and forced laborers/prisoners from Dachau camp working to stack the lumber.

Workers wear camp prisoner uniforms.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Germany (Europe)
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Documents in German language
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 20: RG-28.05.20, Drying chamber for lumber, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes images from the lumber drying chamber. Pictured are forced laborers/prisoners dressed in camp prisoner garb, working to move stacks of lumber into the drying chambers.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 21: RG-28.05.21, Preperation of lumber and processing, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of the indoor lumber yard, where plywood is stored, stacked, and cut, by forced laborers/prisoners from the nearby Dachau camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 22: RG-28.05.22, Circular saw, cutting area, and circular saw, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau camp, working in woodcutting with a circular saw.

Laborers wear prisoner garb typical to concentration camps in this period.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 23: RG-28.05.23, At the fraise machine, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes images from the wood shop. Forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau camp are pictured working the drill machine.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 24: RG-28.05.24, Processing of lumber, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners working in the wood shop cutting lumber.

Laborers wear prisoner garb typical of prisoner uniforms used within concentration camp grounds.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 25: RG-28.05.25, Preparing instruments for processing lumber, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau camp working with tools in the wood shop.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps post-liberation
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 26: RG-28.05.26, Workers and prisoners at three different machines in production process, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau camp working in the wood shop.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 27: RG-28.05.27, Storage area and frame for lounge chair, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

Pictured is the lumber storage area and a forced laborer/prisoners constructing the wooden frame of a lounge chair.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 28: RG-28.05.28, Word sculptors, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners sculpting/carving designs in wood.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Documents in German language
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 29: RG-28.05.29, Working on veneer, and polishing, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau camp, polishing and veneering wood produced by the work factory.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Documents in German language
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 30: RG-28.05.30, Preparation for production at two different machineries, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp, working with tools.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 31: RG-28.05.31, Engraving and hammering, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp, engraving and hammering a piece of material.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Documents in German language
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 32: RG-28.05.32, Welder preparing a wheel, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of forced laborers/prisoners welding metals and fitting tires.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Documents in German language
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 33: RG-28.05.33, Instruments for the production process, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp working with woodcutting.

town of Dachau, c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Documents in German language
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 34: RG-28.05.34, Final products, and a ski lodge for the Red Cross, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the 'final products' of forced labor; a wooden ski lodge for the Red Cross.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Documents in German language
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 35: RG-28.05.35, Entrance to Ski Lodge, and living room, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific image includes the 'final products' of forced labor at DAW works, a ski lodge and living room inside the ski lodge.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Dachau (Germany)
Germany (Europe)
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 36: RG-28.05.36, Living room, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the living room of a Red Cross ski lodge, constructed by forced laborers at DAW works in the town of Dachau.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Forced labor in factories
Forced labor, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 37: RG-28.05.37, Hook by the window, and bedroom, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes the inner rooms of a Red Cross ski lodge, constructed by forced laborers at DAW industries in the town of Dachau.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
Documents in German language
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 38: RG-28.05.38, Border Guard House, and work space in Border Guard House, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes the final result of forced labor, a border guard house.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 39: RG-28.05.39, Bedroom, living room, and bathroom, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of the final products of forced labor. The pictures show the inside of a bedroom, a living room, and bathroom, constructed by forced laborers from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor in factories
Forced labor, photo-documents
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Documents in German language
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 40: RG-28.05.40, Oaktable, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made in-house furniture, constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 41: RG-28.05.41, Frame for chair, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of the frame of a chair, constructed by forced laborers from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Documents in German language
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 42: RG-28.05.42, Rustic Furniture, 1, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made rustic furniture pieces, constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Germany (Europe)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
Forced labor in factories
Forced labor, photo-documents
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Periodicals, photo-documents, Albert Speer, Nazi Minister of Armaments and War Production
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 43: RG-28.05.43, Rustic furniture, 2, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made rustic furniture constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 44: RG-28.05.44, Bench for special occassions, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes a photograph of custom made furniture made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 45: RG-28.05.45, Work spaces, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made furniture made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 46: RG-28.05.46, Cradle, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes a photograph of a custom made baby cradle, constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Documents in German language
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 47: RG-28.05.47, Standard Wentrobes, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made furniture made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 48: RG-28.05.48, Tables for barracks, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made furniture made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Documents in German language
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 49: RG-28.05.49, Military bench and shoe horn for boots, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made furniture made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 50: RG-28.05.50, Folding cot, and beechwood, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of a custom made beechwood bunk bed, made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Documents in German language
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 51: RG-28.05.51, Cabinet for pistols, open and closed, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of a custom made beechwood gun safe, made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Documents in German language
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 52: RG-28.05.52, Ceiling chandelier, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of a custom made ceiling chandelier, constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Forced labor in factories
Forced labor, photo-documents
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 53: RG-28.05.53, Metal fittings for furniture doors, and stand for tools, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of custom made metal door hinges and tool rack, made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Documents in German language
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 54: RG-28.05.54, Racks for tools. 1, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of tool racks constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 55: RG-28.05.55, Racks for tools. 2, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of tool racks constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Documents in German language
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 56: RG-28.05.56, Racks for tools. 3, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of tool racks made by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Documents in German language
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Forced labor in factories
Forced labor, photo-documents
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
workshops in concentration camps
Work in concentration camps
Germany (Europe)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Dachau (Germany)
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 57: RG-28.05.57, Racks for tools, 4, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page includes photographs of tool racks constructed by forced laborers/prisoners from nearby Dachau concentration camp.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
Documents in German language
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industry in Dachau, Germany, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 58: RG-28.05.58, German armaments production, Werk Dachau in Dachau. Back, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page is the back cover of the DAW industries book.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
Work in concentration camps
workshops in concentration camps
Albert Speer, Nazi minister of Armaments and War Production 1942 -- 1945
D.A.W., German Armament Works, wartime
Photographs, concentration camps
Photographs, concentration camp prisoners
Photographs, wartime, 1939 -- 1945
Forced labor, photo-documents
Forced labor in factories
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
DAW industries, photo-documents, German managerial staff
DAW industries, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
DAW industries, photo-documents, technological processes
DAW industries in Europe, utilizing prisoners of German labor camps, 1939 -- 1943
Bakery production at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documetns
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, located in Dachau, Germany
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, German menagerial staff
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, prisoner workforce
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents, technological processes
Woodworking processes at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Production of decorative furniture at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
processing of timber, Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
installation of in-house furniture, at Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke. GMBH, Werk Dachau, photo-documents
Nazi system of concentration camps in Germany
SS functionaries in Nazi-German concentration camps
Documents in German language
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)
Document/Artifact of Item-Level 59: RG-28.05.59, German armaments production, Werk Dachau in Dachau, c. 1942Add to your cart.View associated digital content.

This document is a page from a publication distributed throughout Nazi Germany regarding the Deutsche Ausrustungswerke Werke (DAW), or German Equipment Works, works factory established in the town of Dachau.  DAW was established by the SS authorities throughout Nazi Germany, which utilized and/or exploited prisoner slave labor from nearby Dachau concentration camp and other camps.

This specific page shows the back cover of the DAW industries photo book.

c. 1942

Subject/Index Terms:
Dachau (Germany)
Dachau (Germany: Concentration Camp)
Germany (Europe)
DAW industries, photo-documents, 1939 -- 1943
Creators:
Deutsche Ausrüstungswerke (DAW; literally the German Equipment Works (1939 -- 1943)
Administration of concentration camps (1933 -- 1945)

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