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Those POWs that made it alive to separate ,camps, in ,Siberia, and elsewhere in the western Soviet Union were forced into slave ,labor, and endured frequent beatings, brutal torture, poisoning and execution. Thousands more captured soldiers were executed on the spot and thrown into mass graves. Food and water were always scarce, living barely primitive.
Throughout ,World War II,, ,Russian, POWs were completely unprotected. Except on a few rare occasions, the Red Cross was forbidden to enter the ,camps, and Stalin refused to discuss the issue even though Germany urged Red Cross intervention.
The list below, enumerates the selected sites of the Soviet forced ,labor camps, (known in ,Russian, as the "corrective ,labor camps,") of the Gulag.Most of them served mining, construction, and timber works. It is estimated that for most of its existence, the Gulag system consisted of over 30,000 ,camps,, divided into three categories according to the number of prisoners held.
In Stalin’s eyes they were contaminated and had no place in ,Russian, society. Imagine the hell these people experienced: they fought for Soviet Russia, were prisoners of the Nazis for a year to four years, and then they came back home only to be sent straight to the ,labor camps, of frozen ,Siberia,. Many Jews followed this path.
It takes the reader on a harrowing journey beginning with Soviet imprisonment where the Polish author is eventually sentenced to 25 years in a ,Siberian labor camp,. The trip to the ,labor camp, alone was a torturous mix of walking and riding in a packed rail car. Once at the ,camp,, the author begins making plans and choosing associates to break out.
The Kresy-,Siberia, list brings into contact people from countries around the world with a special interest in the tragedy of the 1.7 million Polish citizens of various faiths and ethnicities (Polish, Ukrainian, Belorussian, Catholic, Orthodox, Jewish, etc.) deported from eastern Poland (Kresy) in 1940-42 to special ,labour camps, in ,Siberia,, Kazakhstan and Soviet Asia.
During the Holocaust, it is estimated that the Nazis established approximately 15,000 ,labor,, death, and concentration ,camp,. This is a partial list classified by country (1939-1945 borders). It does not include ,camps, which were created for limited operations or time, as most of these were destroyed by the Nazis.Additionally, this list does not contain the names of the ghettos created by the Nazis.
When we got to the ,labor camp, they clothed us in the uniforms of dead soldiers. They still had bullet holes and blood stains,” Stašaitis said adding that political prisoners were forced to live together with aggressive ,Russian, criminals who were sentenced for murders and robbery. Life in Stalin-era ,labor camps, was a dehumanizing experience.