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Majdan Royal - Former Nazi slave labor camp in Huta Komorowska
In April 1941, located west of Majdan Królewski, in the village of Huta Komorowska, the Nazis created a forced labor camp. In primitive huts built on the estate of Mary and Adam Kozłowieckich to September 1943, there were detained a group of about a thousand people of Jewish origin. Prisoners were recruited to work in the forest. During this, there were a number of executions. In the second half of 1943, the Germans killed all the Jewish workers. In their place, in October 1943, were brought about a hundred Poles. The camp operated until July 1944.
luckyamm wrote:My Primary one is how the Villages lived there with the labor camp.
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