Forced Labour in the Daily Round 1939-1945

The permanent exhibition presents the history of forced labour during the time of National Socialism as an omnipresent mass phenomenon. It shows the day-to-day lives of displaced men, women, and children – inside the camp, at work and in exchange with the German population. It visualises the impact the racial hierarchy of the National Socialist-regime had on the lives of forced labourers.

Exhibitions and events

Barrack 13

Permanent exhibition

Barrack 13 was one of the first buildings of the camp, which were built after 1943 . Between 1944 and 1945 Italian military and civilian workers were housed there. Numerous inscriptions with names...

Activities from this museum

Living and Working Conditions of Forced Laborers under National Socialism

he tour of the grounds allows you to become acquainted with the history of the...

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