Hasag Leipzig Slave Labour Camp for Women: The Struggle for Survival, Told by the Women and Their Poetry

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Here for the first time in the historiography of the Holocaust is the story of an international forced labour camp for women, the largest of the auxiliary women's camps attached to KZ Buchenwald in Germany. It was the place where the Jewish prisoners sang the satiric camp 'anthem': "Hasag is our father, the best father there is! / He promises us - long years of happiness! / In Leipzig - a paradise on earth." Was Hasag-Leipzig really a 'paradise' compared to other Nazi installations, in terms of the treatment of prisoners ...

Hasag-Leipzig Slave Labour Camp for Women: The Struggle for Survival, Told by the Women and Their Poetry 2002, Mitchell Vallentine & Company, London, England

ISBN-13: 9780853034476

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