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The Nazi Forced Labour Documentation Center, Berlin

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  • The three s-Bahn stops from Treptovparka (in the direction from the Center), Britcer Strasse is inconspicuous architectural, with permission to speak, an ensemble of multiple squat stone barracks. Here was the labor camp, which housed vygonâemye people for forced labour. The documentation centre is part of the large Berlin exhibition "topography of terror". Open every day except Monday, from 10 to 18. Entrance is free of charge.
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  • In Germany in the years of Nazi dictatorship, in addition to all the known concentration camps, and labour camps have existed, not-so-famous, but celebrities still sad. One of the last surviving similar "institutions" is located at Britcer Strasse 5. That's just how it turned out during the planning of the route, in Berlin, at least two streets with that name! Referred to a labour camp is on the Britcer Strasse that Treptow (the nearest railway station is Šënevajde).
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  • Think that millions have lost their lives is distressing. All the logistics subsidiary of one place. The Germans used all his wit to a macabre end. Required!!!
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