The Grafenort concentration camp — as treated in the present article — is a conventional name for three separate Nazi concentration camps that functioned in the village of Grafenort on the territory of Nazi Germany during the Second World War. * The first of them (not in chronological order) is the all-female Arbeitslager or slave-labour that functioned only in 1945 as a subcamp of Gross-Rosen, whose detainees were exclusively Jewish women deported from Poland (regardless of nationality). * The second is

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  • The Grafenort concentration camp — as treated in the present article — is a conventional name for three separate Nazi concentration camps that functioned in the village of Grafenort on the territory of Nazi Germany during the Second World War. * The first of them (not in chronological order) is the all-female Arbeitslager or slave-labour that functioned only in 1945 as a subcamp of Gross-Rosen, whose detainees were exclusively Jewish women deported from Poland (regardless of nationality). * The second is (en)
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  • (as an all-female subcamp ofGross-Rosen)
  • 1 March 1945-8 May 1945
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  • * FAL Grafenort (en)
  • * Frauenarbeitslager Grafenort (en)
  • * Gr-R/Graf (en)
  • * Lager Grafenort (en)
  • *ALGrafenort (en)
  • *ArbeitslagerGrafenort (en)
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  • View of Grafenort Castle (2012) (en)
  • (former location of the Grafenort concentration camp) (en)
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  • none
dbo:liberationDate
  • Red Armyof theSoviet Union
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dbo:mapCaption
  • Location of Grafenort in present-day Poland
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  • unknown
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dbo:originallyUsedFor
  • * Prison barracks
  • *Stately residence(historic palace)
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  • 250 (xsd:integer)
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dbo:victims
  • *Ruth Minsky Sender
  • Women ofJewish ethnicity(deporteesfromPoland)
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  • Picture of Grafenort Castle as seen in September 2012
dbp:construction
  • March 1944
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  • Construction of fortifications
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  • 37 (xsd:integer)
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  • 0 (xsd:integer)
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  • Contour map of Poland with an indicator pointing to the location of Grafenort
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  • Grafenort
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http://purl.org/linguistics/gold/hypernym
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  • The Grafenort concentration camp — as treated in the present article — is a conventional name for three separate Nazi concentration camps that functioned in the village of Grafenort on the territory of Nazi Germany during the Second World War. * The first of them (not in chronological order) is the all-female Arbeitslager or slave-labour that functioned only in 1945 as a subcamp of Gross-Rosen, whose detainees were exclusively Jewish women deported from Poland (regardless of nationality). * The second is (en)
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  • Grafenort concentration camp (en)
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