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Ravensbruck was the only major Nazi concentration camp for women. Only about 15,000 in all survived. The Jewish Women Prisoners of Ravensbruck reclaims the lost identities of these victims. Between 1939 and 1945, it was the site of murder by slave labour, torture, starvation, shooting, lethal injection, medical experimentation, and gassing. In its six-year history, 132,000 women from twenty-seven countries were imprisoned in Ravensbruck.
Only about 15,000 in all survived.
To date, Buber Agassi has recovered the identity of over 16,000 Ravensbruck prisoners. See all 2 brand new listings.
Judith Buber-Agassi, Jewish Women Prisoners of Ravensbruck: Who Were They?, Oxford 2007, pp. 54-57. As mentioned, after the Jewish prisoners were sent to Auschwitz in the summer of 1942, the stream of Jewish prisoners arriving at the camp was heavily reduced. p. 69. See below, the description of Olga Benario’s life. Select Format: Paperback. ISBN13: 9780896728721.