מחנה עקורים אמסטאו - Am Stau

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The prisoners of the "Exodus" ship, including children, were brought in mid-September too hastily repurposed British camps near Lubeck. These had been temporarily turned into detention centers with barbed wire, flood-lit watchtowers and armed guards. Poppendorf had iron-roofed Nissen huts, for up to 130 people, and tents. All 2,700 residents shared five washrooms and undivided lavatories open to the elements. In Am Stau's wooden barracks, they slept 16 to a room on straw-filled potato sack mattresses. Neither camp had heat. As winter approached, both became unlivable; residents were moved to the more habitable camps of Emeden and Sengwarden.



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