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30 October 2010

On the Doorstep
A Bus Tour to the Places of Forced Labor in Berlin


Program surrounding the Special Exhibition "Forced Labor. The Germans, the Forced Laborers, and the War"

Photo: Transit Camp in Berlin Wilhelmshagen, December 1942

Transit Camp in Berlin Wilhelmshagen, December 1942
© German Historical Museum, Berlin

When

30 October 2010, 11 am

Duration

3 hours

Meeting Point

Jewish Museum Berlin, Main entrance

Admission

12 euros, reduced rate 10 euros

Bookings

Tel: +49 (0)30 259 93 488
reservierung[at]jmberlin.de

Over half a million people were brought to Berlin to perform forced labor during the course of World War II. They worked for the arms industry and the state railway, for builders, in churches, hospitals, and private homes. The search for traces leads to forgotten camps and factories, but also new signs of remembrance. The tour ends at the Documentation Center on Nazi Forced Labor in Berlin Schöneweide, the last preserved camp in Berlin that can be visited.

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