Ebensee Concentration Camp Memorial

Local nameKZ-Gedenkstätte
LocationGmunden, Austria

Ebensee was a subcamp of Mauthausen concentration camp established by the SS to build tunnels for armaments storage near the town of Ebensee, Austria, in 1943. The camp held a total of 27,278 male inmates from 1943 until 1945. Between 8,500 and 11,000 prisoners died in the camp, most from hunger or malnutrition. Political prisoners were most common, and prisoners came from many different countries. Conditions were poor, and along with the lack of food, exposure to cold weather and forced hard labor made survival difficult. American troops of the US 80th Infantry Division liberated the camp on May 6, 1945.

Residential homes now exist on the site of the camp, and a memorial cemetery is nearby. A memorial tunnel, created in 1994, and a Museum for Contemporary History Ebensee, created in 2001, provide information about the camp to visitors.

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More information and contact

Wikipedia https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ebensee_concentration_camp

Address 30 Max-Zieger-Straße, Ebensee am Traunsee 4802, Austria

Coordinates 47°47'16.46" N 13°45'27.883" E

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