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Nazi concentration camps in occupied Poland (marked with black squares) The Soldau concentration camp was a concentration camp established by Nazi Germany during World War II in Działdowo (German: Soldau), which after the occupation of Poland was part of East Prussia. With the approval of Reinhard Heydrich, Otto Rasch founded the camp in the winter of 1939/40 as a Durchgangslager (Dulag), or transit camp, where political prisoners could be secretly executed.[1] In accordance with Action T4, mental patients at sanatoria in East Prussia and Regierungsbezirk Zichenau were taken to the Soldau camp; 1,558 patients were murdered by the Lange Commando in a gas van from May 21 to June 8, 1940.[2][3] During the summer of 1941, the Soldau camp was reorganized as an Arbeitserziehungslager (literally "work education camp"). The labor camp's prisoners, who were divided into separate camps based on gender, were engaged in forced agricultural labor. This camp was closed in January 1945.[4] 13,000 out of 30,000 prisoners were murdered. Known victims include: Antoni Julian Nowowiejski, Roman Catholic bishop (1858-1941)[5] Leon Wetmański, bishop (1886-1941)[5] Mieczysława Kowalska, nun (1902-1941) References ^ Henry Friedlander. The Origins of Nazi Genocide: From Euthanasia to the Final Solution. The University of North Carolina Press, 1997. ISBN 0-8078-4675-9 ^ The Simon Wiesenthal Center. "Responses to Revisionist Arguments". Accessed November 28, 2006. ^ Jewish Virtual Library. "The Development of the Gas-Van in the Murdering of the Jews".Accessed November 28, 2006. ^ Keom.de. "Deutschland – ein Denkmal – ein Forschungsauftrag 1996 bis...". Accessed November 28, 2006. ^ a b Document 3264-PS. Nazi Conspiracy and Aggression, Volume V. US Government Printing Office, Washington DC: 1946, pp. 1018-1029. See also List of Nazi-German concentration camps v • d • e The Holocaust in Poland Main article: The Holocaust v • d • e Camps, ghettos and operations Camps Extermination camps  : Operation Reinhard • Auschwitz • Belzec • Chelmno • Majdanek • Sobibor • Treblinka Concentration camps  : Płaszów • Soldau • Trawniki Mass shootings AB Action • Erntefest • Jedwabne • Kielce cemetery • Aktion Krakau • Lviv pogroms • Lviv professors • Sonderaktion Krakau • Tannenberg • Tykocin • Bydgoszcz • Wąsosz Ghettos Białystok • Grodno • Kraków • Łódź • Lublin • Lwów • Warsaw Other atrocities Action T4 • Grossaktion Warsaw v • d • e Perpetrators, participants, organizations, and collaborators Major perpetrators Organizers : J.Bühler • L.Fischer • H.Frank • Globocnik • Greiser • W.Koppe • F.Krüger • Scherner • Seyss-Inquart · Sporrenberg • Stroop • Wächter • G.Wagner • E.Wirths • Wisliceny • K.Wolff Camp and ghetto command : Aumeier • Baer • Biebow • I.Eberl • K.Franz • K.Frenzel • K.Fritzch • Göth • Grabner • Hartjenstein • H.Höfle • Höss • J.Kramer • F.Kutschera  • H.Lange • E.Lerch • Liebehenschel • Palfinger • von Sammern-Frankenegg • H.Schwarz • Stangl  • Streckenbach  • Gustav Wagner • C.Wirth • Executioners : E.Bauer • F.Bürkl • Blösche • K.Bolender • Hackenholt Einsatzgruppen: Blobel • F.Landau • K.Schöngarth • SS-Obersturmführer Hermann Schaper • Camp physicians : C.Clauberg • K.Gebhardt • F.Klein • Mengele • Personnel Camp guards : J.Bormann • L.Danz • Demjanjuk • M.Dreschel  • Maria Mandel • K.Gerstein • K.Höcker • Oswald Kaduk • J.Klehr • E.Muhsfeldt • A.Orlowski • H.Schumann By camp : Sobibór Others : F.Katzmann • P.Menten • Organizations Einsatzgruppen · General Government • Hotel Polski • WVHA  • RKFDV  • VOMI Collaborators Jewish : Group 13 • Kapo • Żagiew Estonian, Latvian, Lithuanian, Belarusian and Ukrainian: Schutzmannschaft · Other nationalities : Arajs Kommando • Ukrainian Auxiliary Police • Ukrainian collaboration • Lithuanian Security Police • Trawniki • YD • v • d • e Resistance  • Judenrat, victims, documentation and technical Organizations AK • AOB • Bund • GL • PKB • ŻOB • ŻZA Uprisings Bialystok • Częstochowa • Sobibor • Treblinka • Warsaw Ghetto Uprising Leaders M.Anielewicz • D.Apfelbaum • M.Edelman • L.Feldhendler • P.Frenkiel • H.Iwański • M.Klepfisz • M.Lerman • A.Pechersky • R.Robota • S.Zygielbojm Judenrat Jewish Ghetto Police • Adam Czerniaków • Chaim Rumkowski Victim Lists Auschwitz • Majdanek • Sobibór • Treblinka Documentation Nazi sources : Auschwitz Album • Frank Memorandum • Höcker Album • Höfle Telegram • Katzmann Report • Korherr Report • Nisko Plan • Stroop Report • Wannsee Conference Witness accounts : Graebe affidavit • Gerstein Report • Vrba-Wetzler report Concealment  : Sonderaktion 1005 • Technical and Logistics Gas Chamber • Gas van • Holocaust train • Zyklon B v • d • e Aftermath, trials and commemoration Aftermath Kielce pogrom · Anti-Jewish violence, 1944–1946 Trials Western Allies trials : Einsatzgruppen Trial West German trials : Frankfurt Auschwitz Trials • Treblinka trials Polish, East German, and Soviet trials : Auschwitz Trial (Poland) • Extraordinary (Soviet) State Commission Memorials Museum of the History of the Polish Jews • March of the Living Righteous among the Nations Polish Righteous among the Nations • Rescue of Jews by Poles during the Holocaust • Albert Battel • H.Graebe • Oskar Schindler Related articles by country: Belarus • Estonia • Latvia • Lithuania • Ukraine \ Coordinates: 53°15′04″N 20°09′50″E / 53.251234°N 20.163860°E / 53.251234; 20.163860 This article related to The Holocaust is a stub. 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