This was where a vast detention camp meant for English and American prisoners-of-war was located.
This was a camp where the workers produced a type of rubber.
This was the currency of the prison camps.
This was the infirmary.
This was used at night instead of using the latrine.
This was a place in the northeast corner of the Lager that was the corner furthest from the SS huts.
This was a third-rate tobacco.
This was a professional delinquent.
This was the chemical work force at the camp.
This chemical was in sacks that had to be moved by the prisoners and that smelled bad and burned the prisoners' skin.
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