Flossenbürg concentration camp was a German prison built in 1938 at Flossenbürg. The camp's site was chosen so that the inmates could be used as free labor to quarry the granite found in the nearby hills. Notables executed at Flossenbürg include General Hans Oster, Admiral Wilhelm Canaris, Rev. Dietrich Bonhoeffer, Dr. Karl Sack, Dr. Theodore Struenck and General Friedrich von Rabenau.

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Flossenbuerg
Contains personal story of prisoner and timeline.
Flossenburg
Contains basic information about this camp.
Flossenburg
Pictures of letters and postcards sent to and from the camp.
Flossenbürg (Germany)
Contains background information on the camp, plus a few pictures.
Flossenbürg Concentration Camp
Contain archive and recent photos/
Holocaust Memorial: Remember the Past, Change the Future
Contains many pictures of when the camp was liberated, and detailed accounts of what happened there.
Wikipedia: Flossenbürg Concentration Camp
Contains brief overview of the camp.
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