The memorial to the Jamlitz labor camp desecrated

Jamalitz
- Police identified and arrested three suspects, two men aged 20 and a woman aged 18, in vandalizing and spray-painting graffiti at a memorial to the Jamlitz labor camp.

The abusive graffiti was spray-painted on several memorial plaques in the monument. In addition, additional articles were found at a nearby bus stop.

In the Szmelenz-Libroz subcamp of the Sachsenhausen concentration camp, up to 10,000 people, mostly Jews from Poland and Hungary, were forced to work in forced labor under inhumane conditions. Countless people died as a result of the conditions in which they were detained. The satellite camp was established in 1943. In 2003, the Jamlitz-Libros documentation and memorial center was established.

Source: rbb24
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