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Loccum (2 camps - British zone)
Loningen (British zone)
Lübeck / Luebeck, 5 centers housed over 9,800 residents, #1211 (Balts), 1221 (Poles),1222 (Balts), 1223 , 1236 Schleswig Holstein (British zone); Estonians, Jews,
"Under Bismarck's reign Lübeck became an independent province within the German Kaiserreich in 1871. It lost its status as a district in its own right through the Gross-Hamburg-Gesetz (greater Hamburg Law), when it was administered to Schleswig-Holstein, which was Prussian at the time.
"The hardest time in the history of Lübeck began when an allied bomb raid destroyed one fifth of the historic Old Town during the night of Palm Sunday on March 29th 1942. The Swiss author and diplomat Carl Jacob Burckhardt, among others, saw to it that Lübeck was not entirely destroyed. He was president of the Red Cross at the time and maintained that Lübeck's harbour was used for shipping goods to allied prisoners of war. Out of gratitude for preventing further attacks, the city admitted him as a freeman.
"It took many years and great efforts to reconstruct the city. Houses were renovated, facades were rebuilt according to their original designs and up to 1961 the naves were pulled up again with a lot of help from the citizens of Lübeck". more
Dear Olga Kaczmar,
taken in LUBECK, front and back of photo
1/23/08 Hi Olga,
Ludendorf kasserne - populated primarily by Jews.
Lüdenscheid / Luedenscheid (British zone) Poles
Ludwigsburg, (new Munchen)
I am looking for information on DP camps in Ludwigsburg. The only information I have is: D.P. Camp 62 Area Team 10, the name of the camp is PRIESTERWA??KASE (The ? means that there are two letters missing).
If you can find any information could you please e-mail me with it. Thank you for you help. Mark Smith.
Submitted by: Wolfgang Strobel, author of Post der befreiten Zwangsarbeiter - Displaced Persons Mail Paid in Deutschland 1945 - 1949:
City archives: Stadtarchiv
County archives: Kreisarchiv Landkreis Ludwigsburg, Landratsamt
Ludwigsfeld, Bavaria Today
One Woman's World War II By Violet
A Kochendoefer; First-hand,
detailed and gripping account by US Red Cross female officer
of the Ludwigslust concentration camp / Polish womens' forced
labour camp / Displaced Persons situation in and around that
small city immediately after its occupation by US and Russian
Submitted by: Alan Newark email@example.com
Can you help me? I received information from Red Cross about my grandfather Stanislaw Krzepicki. I searched information about his fate during WW II. He was in Auschwitz, then Gross Rosen then Mitlebau Dora. I didn't know where else. And then I received information from Red Cross that Stanislaw Krzepicki figures in inmates file from camp in Luneburg (or maybe Lüneburg). Is it a DP camp? My best regards Kamil Krzepicki Poland
Lünen / Luenen (British zone)
Luisenberg, 5 camps mixed: Balts, Lith. Poles.
I was at the "Luitpold Displaced persons camp in Ludwigsburg". As a child and I am now writing my family history could you help me find or know the following information. The information I am looking for is:
If there were any diseases and if the camp had been quarantined?
How many deaths and marriages were in the camp?
Was there a camp doctor?
What was the camp previously used for?
What year did the camp close?
Lyssenko has its own page; near Hannover; Ukrainians
I was born
in "Lysenko Tabir*," My
parents name was Filuk do you have that name on your list? FlkARGO
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