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
^ Rolf O. Becker, Niederschlesien 1945: die Flucht — die Besetzung, 6th ed., Munich, Aufstieg-Verlag, 1990, p. 317. ISBN 3761201168.
^ Encyclopedia of the Holocaust, ed. I. Gutman, vol. 1, New York, Macmillan Publishing Company, 1995, p. 625. ISBN 0028960904.
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