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The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, Berlin

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  • A Memorial which is worth to watch! Gives good insight in the cruel era of NAZI forced labor in Berlin!
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  • The Dokuzentrum is located only a short walk from the S-Bahn "Beautiful pasture". The surviving barracks in the Middle show homes impressively as almost in an other place injustice for many people was how visible. Locally, it is recommended to go, which are very modern in the multilingual exhibitions. Also you shouldn't spend some time on the site and work on it. A great tip for everyone! This place is not as crowded and touristy as other memorial sites in the city centre. The worth way after Schöneweide therefore in any case.
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  • This museum and documentation center is a former forced labour camp from the 1940s. It's hosted in the barracks used to lodge the prisoners, which adds to the experience of understanding how it felt t...  more »