Dietersdorf (near Judenburg), Municipality Fohnsdorf; (British zone) UNRRA team 335, Jews
Drau Valley province Drautal (Drau valley) (British zone). See general information about Carinthia
Ebelsberg, Rehabilitation centre, Land Upper Austria, (U.S.Zone); See Linz
...Ebelsberg, Chronic sick unit, Land Upper Austria, (U.S..)
...Ebelsberg, Aged unit, Land Upper Austria, (U.S.)
See Linz archives, Oberösterreichisches Landesarchiv
Click to enlarge.
5/18/10 This was in Eblesburg, Austria. Käthe is the seventh one, from the left first row. Her sister Grete is in the second row, second one in from left. Thanks. Jackileen R. Rains firstname.lastname@example.org
Enns "Green Shelter," Land Upper Austria, (US Zone),
Staff and camp photos: Staff Billet
Enns - Green Shelter
Enns (Oberösterreich) Stadtarchiv
Tel. (07223) [0043 7223] 5362
Feldgrau -Submitted by: Alan Newark email@example.com
From ~ www.feldgrau.com
Civil Internment Camps by dylan on 10 Feb 2004, 23:48
Internierungslager britisch; from: book by...Heiner Wember: Umerziehung Im Lager: Internierung und Bestrafung von Nationalsozialisten in der Britischen Besatzungszone Deutschlands. Dissertation, Klartext Verlag. Essen. 1. Auflage, 1991; 2. Auflage 1992, 3. Auflage 2007'.
British Zone, Germany: CIC - civil internment camps
Esterwegen : prison camp
Adelheide: no1 Civil Internment Settlement
Bad Nenndorf : Militaisches Verhorzentrum.
Fischbek No2: War Criminal Holding Centre.
Camps British Austria :
American zone - In der amerikanischen zone entstanden die ersten internierungslager in:
... kurze zeit spater eines in Darmstadt (...short tiime later one in Darmstadt).
Feffernitz bei Feistritz Lager (Weissenstein) - (British zone) Hungarians
6/1/07 Dear Olga,
Thank you for you work on maintaining the DP Camp website. I was extremely excited to find it.
I would like to provide you information on a DP camp my father's family lived in 1945-1947. My father's family DP Identification lists it as: "Autrich, Feffernitz bei Feistritz Lager". He always referred to it as Feffernitz (Weissenstein). It was close to Graz in the British zone. I have enclosed a picture of the main entrance to the camp. The camp residents were exclusively Hungarians.
I have a variety of documents from his stay there and a videotape discussing his war and post-war experience. He wrote a novel during his stay that is set in the camp and is about a Boy Scout troop.
I am currently trying to write a book about my parent lives, and have the first draft of the chapter about his stay in this camp. If anyone has any information they could share with me about this camp, I would greatly appreciate an email. Thank you for your assistance,
Kitty Zoltai Gogins firstname.lastname@example.org
Minnesota, Photos enclosed: Click to enlarge.
Feffernitz Main Entrance 1946 Feffernitz Building 1946 My grandmother taking milk to neighbors
Boy Scouts camping 1946
My father started the Boy Scouts troop in 1946.
Olga's reply: See Volksgarten.
Dear Olga !
When I tried to learn more about the DP camps in Austria (especially in Styria), I found your great Website, where I saw the pictures of John and Miff. So, my question is, if you own pictures (or information in general) about the camps in "Admont" and "Frauenberg", both in Styria (British occupation zone) or if you know somebody, who lived in one of these camps?
The location of Frauenberg is not known exactly by me (there are more than one village with the name), but I think it is the camp near Admont, that was a former Nazi "labour education camp" (capacity: 200 persons). There exist eye witnesses of the usage for refugees.
Different Frauenberg villages in Styria are near Kapfenberg and Leibnitz (maybe a name conflict ?).
Tony Bodo (email@example.com ), a former inhabitant of several Austrian DP camps posted some information, for example under: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/croatiangenealogical/message/60 . Many thanks, Klaus Fohringer
Frohnleiten is in Styria See Graz archives. Frohnleiten is near to Peggau-
Glasenbach, Land Salzburg (U.S.)
J. Dekelper - Dr.
J. Luton - Dr.
Ethel Ostry was the principla welfare worker in Camp Glasenbach.
Glasenbach - Team 191
Kind regards from Austria: Franz HUBICKA, Roseggertrasse 23, A 5020 Salzburg
submitted by Klaus Fohringer
Here is a picture from dp Camp GLASENBACH /Austria with Lithuanians from Salzburg to Munich /Germany to Canada, datet 27.December 1947 Kind regards! G.Rieck Barcelona, Spain
Gnadenwald, Gnadenwalder Hoff, near Innsbruck, transit camp (French zone)Graz is in Untersteiermark; (British zone) on Muir river, UNRRA tem 333, Ukrainians
Photos of city
city archive Magistratsdirektion - Stadtarchiv
Abteilungsleiter: Dr. Gerhard Marauschek
Schiffgasse 4 / Entenplatz 3a, 8011 Graz
Sekretariat: Waltraud Hary
a Tel.: 0043/316/872-2261
Stadtarchiv Graz, Hans-Sachs-Gasse
1, 8010 Graz
Tel. (0316) [0043 316] 872 2230
Bistum Graz-Seckau, Diözesanarchiv, Bischofsplatz 4, 8010 Graz
A-8010 Graz, Bischofsplatz 4
Tel. (0316) [0043 316] 8041 213, 214;
Fax (0316) [0043 316] 8041 303
Karl-Franzens-Universität, Universitätsarchiv, Universitätsplatz 2, 8010 Graz
Dear Ms. Kaczmar:
In my book, Resistance, Imprisonment, & Forced Labor: A Slovene Student in World War II (Peter Lang Publishers, 2002 and 2003) I describe in the last chapter (Chapter 15) the life in the DP camp Studentenlager Hochsteingasse 37 in Graz, Austria. I thought that you may be interested in reading my account of the life there from its beginning to my departure in July 1950. The book I mention covers my war years and a few years before that. Not much is in the literature about the DP camps, your information is very useful. With regards, Metod M. Milac firstname.lastname@example.org; Fax: 347-521-6303
TIME IS RUNNING OUT! Nov. 4, 2007
'Jan' Lengyl (Lendyl?) was a Hungarian
refugee in Graz and possibly had a sister called Ruth. Please let
me know where I can find details of people who were held in these camps
1946 -50. My
mother Octavia Buchta (Austrian) lived near these camps and said
she worked alongside Jan and his sister in a garment factory. They
then came to England where Jan went on as a refugee to USA possibly
posing as an Austrian to start a new life. He is my father and
I would like to contact him if at all possible.
Thank you. God Bless.
M Chadwick email@example.com
|FL Graz Ursulinenkloster 1900 (ev..-DP Warenhaus) (Urseln)||FL Graz Ursulinenkloster 1960 (Urseln)||
Gusen (the terrible DP camp)
Municipal office: Gemeinde Mauthausen
A 4310 Mauthausen
Tel: 0043 7238 2255 - 0
Fax: 0043 7238 2255 - 30