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Peenemünde Contested

Remembering Second World War Technologies in Rural East Germany from 1984 to 1992

Daniel Brandau

(1999): 114–119; Volkhard Knigge, Rikola-Gunnar Lüttgenau and Jens-Christian Wagner, Forced Labor: The Germans, the Forced Laborers and the War (Weimar: Buchenwald and Mittelbau-Dora Memorials Foundation, 2010), 6–11. 12 Alexa Geisthövel and Habbo

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When Fascination Obscures Fate

Narratives of Technology vs. Forced Labor at the Bunker “Valentin”

Marcus Meyer

allotted to memorial sites like Neuengamme, Buchenwald, Dachau, and Sachsenhausen) and project-based funding reserved for smaller sites. The latter provided 50 percent of the costs of certain projects but no permanent support. Financial support was only

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Esilda Luku

textbooks provide specific information on topography and location. For example, History 11 states that “over nine million people lost their lives in the infamous concentration camps of Mauthausen, Buchenwald, Auschwitz, and Treblinka,” 32 while History