Major German forced laborer database on Ostarbeiters Ostarbeiters are forced laborers of Germany.
This website is in Russian and unless you speak or read Russian you will need Google translate for this one.
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The website https://ost-west.memo.ru/ is an online database and archive of historical documents related to political repression and human rights abuses in the former Soviet Union.
The website is maintained by the Memorial Society, a Russian international historical and civil rights society, has posted information on more than 320,000 people taken from central and eastern Europe to become forced laborers for Germany. Many more people were Ostarbeiters but this database is the largest online.
The database contains a vast collection of historical documents related to political repression, including personal accounts, photographs, legal documents, and other materials. Users can search the database by entering keywords or using advanced search criteria.
In addition to the database, the website also provides various resources and links related to political repression and human rights in the former Soviet Union. These include educational materials, links to related organizations, and information about current human rights issues in Russia.
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