Ravensbrück was a German concentration camp located 90 km north of Berlin. It was founded in 1938. It was unusual because it was a camp primarily for women. It had 70 sub-camps used for slave labor ranging from the Baltic Sea to Bavaria.

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Jewish Virtual Library: Ravensbrück
Information on prisoner experiments, photographs, and timeline.
Ravensbruck
Contains the detailed story of 74 Polish political prisoners who were the subjects of medical experiments.
Ravensbrück (Germany)
Contains description of life at camp, and a few photos.
Ravensbrück Memorial
Includes information, current events, and educational programs.
Virtual Reality Movies: Ravensbrück
Contains several movies with short descriptions.
Voices from Ravensbrück
Contains poems by prisoners of the women's concentration camp.
Wikipedia: Ravensbrück Concentration Camp
Contains history of the camp, and list of guards tried for war crimes.
The Women of Ravensbruck: Portraits of Courage
A letter documenting the struggles of the women.

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