Admont DP Camp, Austria

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(at Enns River) Land Steiermark (British Zone) (Styria state), 2000 Jews; two camps UNRAA 314, 334; See also Frauenberg DP camp.

Municipal office: Gemeindeamt
Admont
Hauptstrasse 36
A 8911 ADMONT
Telefon: 0043 3613 2106-0
Email: gemeinde@admont.at
(In Admont there is a very nice man, who worked there. His name: Mr. Gutternigg)
Stift Admont (Steiermark)
Benediktinerstift, A-8911 Admont
Tel. (03613) [0043 3613] 2312 34
Fax (03613) [0043 3613] 2312 46

One of the bigger camps (capacity: 2.000 persons; a former Nazi military camp), I only found the little attached picture and a short movie (bad quality) at the following address: http://www.cine-holocaust.de

Austria by Klaus Fohringer / Austria (see photos below.)



Admont 1940

Left, the area around Admont, Admont village and Monastery; Right Lager Admont in 1946 (erected 1938): (Photo source: Municipality of Admont)

DP camp Admont

welcome sign

Photo #82097: A welcome sign in Hebrew over entrance gate to Admont.

Dr. Gabriela Stieber Book

Admont camp copied from Dr. Stieber's book

map of camp

Admont camp members photo 57827

Photo: 57827: Members of the Admont soccer team.

George stein Photo 57825

Photo 57826: George Stein

bricha guides photo 57825

Photo 57825: Bricha guides

Photo: 57827: This image is for reference purposes only! Photo Credit: USHMM, courtesy of George Stein, Aug 10, 1947. Locale: Admont. No photographer recorded. Copyright: USHMM

Photo 57826: Nachkriegsfl√ľchtlinge in K√§rnten und der Steiermark (The Refugees After WW2 at Carinthia and Styria), 1997. poses next to a covered trucks that he used to transport Jewish refugees from Hungary to Austria and Italy. This work was temporarily suspended for the winter. USHMM Photo Archives. This image is for reference purposes only! Photo Credit: USHMM, courtesy of George Stein, Feb 1947, Place: Locale: Admont, Region: Styria, Austria. No photographer recorded. Copyright: USHMM

Photo 57825: Bricha guides pose next to a row of covered trucks used to transport Jewish refugees from Hungary to Austria and Italy. USHMM Photo Archives. This image is for reference purposes only! Photo Credit: USHMM, courtesy of George Stein, Sep 1946, Locale: Admont. No photographer recorded. Copyright: USHMM

monastery

Monastery to SW with camp area, source: Admont municipality.

 view of camp

Admont DP camp, view towards monastery.

Laimer 2 Lager Admont

Iriln, Hilburta, Ernist


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