Thursday, September 15, 2011

Mathew Brady's Portraits
National Portrait Gallery
Smithsonian Institution

Generous support for this website has been provided by Siemens


Siemens: The National Socialist economy and the war years (1933 - 1945)

"In late 1944, at the height of World War II, Siemens’ total workforce of 244,000 included some 50,000 people who had been put to work against their will. The overall number of men and women who served as forced labor at Siemens during the war years was, however, higher."

Ravensbrück Concentration Camp
"All inmates were required to do heavy labor ranging from strenuous outdoor jobs to building the V-2 rocket parts for Siemens."

Siemens Electric Company: Ravensbrück Concentration Camp

Siemens Offers $12 Million to WWII Slave Labor Victims
September 24, 1998

Siemens retreats over Nazi name
September 5, 2002

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