Uckermark Concentration Camp
Uckermark was a concentration camp for girls mostly aged 16-21, although girls as young as 8 years old are known to have been imprisoned here. After the war, the camp was used as a hospital and then the buildings were burned when no longer needed. Today, no structures remain—only some of the foundations may be seen.
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A Teacher's Guide to the Holocaust
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