Soviet prisoners in the SS Auschwitz

A. Lebedev (prisoner 88349) remembers:

”… we were driven around the dying Reich’s territory which was greatly diminished under the blows of two fronts. We have seen dead Hamburg, Bremen’s ruins, towns of the Ruhr region and villages of Westphalia. Having miraculously survived endless ordeals we found ourselves in Buchenwald — the last place of our torments”

Lebedev A.F. Soldiers of the Minor War. Oswiecim Prisoner’s Notes. М., 1961. p. 93–94

Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Buchenwald concentration camp

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Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. Ibidem,
D-BU-3/1/5–6, KL Buchenwald-Zgl v, KL Auschwitz Manner t.5, p. 70; t.6, p. 8, 19, 21

Vyacheslav Tolstikov remembers:

”That evening we were transported west. In the morning we learnt that the prisoners had escaped from the last carriage, where Anatoly Borodulin had been. The SS guards became more alert so no one had managed to escape until we reached the place of destination. We were brought to Flossenburg. After quarantine we were directed to the construction of an underground plant. For several more months we have been sent from one camp to another until we were finally liberated by the arrived French forces.”

Maslennikov N. Those, who defeated death. Stavropol, 1974. p. 152–154

Lists of Auschwitz concentration camp prisoners transferred to Flossenbürg concentration camp

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Document. The Archives of the Auschwitz-Birkenau State Museum. D-Floss-3/1/1–2,
KL Flossenburg-Zg v KL Auschwitz, t.1, p. 22–24, 49, 72–102; t.2, p.1–2; t.3, p. 60
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