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Monument Jewish Labor Camp Kremboong

The camp Kremboong was set up for 240 workers and the facilities were quite good. In January 1942 it is a Jewish camp. Jews from Amsterdam must walking from Hoogeveen station to the camp.
The manager of the camp was a cook. The residents were employed in the mining of the moors for Heijdemij.
In July, all residents "moved" to Westerbork. A dozen residents fled during the crossing. Two survivors fled, Ies Jacobs and Paul Süsholz, unveiled the monument on April 23, 2009.

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  • Text: Bert Deelman
  • Photos: Bert Deelman

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